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01/22/21

A team of Washington State University Pullman hospitality business management students recently captured the title of best wine label at the Intercollegiate Wine Business Invitational, an annual online competition, for a third consecutive victory.

01/22/21

Some admit their financial strength is declining but 79 percent say they're "good" to "rock solid." At the same time nearly half say selling is a possibility, something they'd seriously consider, or consider likely.

01/22/21

Almost half of the country's wineries are prepared to go up for sale in the coming year.

01/19/21

Gates Ag One will focus on research that helps "small-holder farmers adapt to climate change

01/15/21

The company compliments McCall's other Seattle-area venture, Pollen Systems, a vineyard monitoring company that uses drones, sensors, and swaths of data to help winemakers assess vineyards and analyze for crop growth, over or under watering, and the presence of pests or diseases.

01/15/21

Additional analysis from the Silicon Valley Bank State of the Industry report and videocast ... On average, both regions had subpar vintages, but statistics don't tell the whole story.

01/15/21

Big Daddy is a tribute to both Brian's winemaking success over 40 vintages as well as the outstanding performance of Washington State during the past decades. During Brian's expansive career, Washington state has grown from an almost unheard wine growing area, to an internationally recognized region with 16 AVAs and 60,000 acres planted.

01/14/21

Industry-backed rule changes would reduce risk of pest and disease spread.

01/14/21

Four months since the fire, scores of homes, trailers and commercial buildings lay in jumbles of burned metal and charred concrete adjacent to Talent Avenue. "This is my home town. It's really ...

01/14/21

'Every life is essential. You have the right to survive."

01/14/21

Developed in partnership with Seattle-based creative marketing agency, Green Rubino, the mark is a modern vineyard representation brought to life by a bold color palette inspired by the natural elements of the Walla Walla Valley - from vine to sky and bedrock to bottle.

01/13/21

The 2020 wine grape harvest for the state fell well below the crop forecast of 260,000 tons, with growers harvesting about 175,000 tons according to estimates from the Washington Winegrowers Association.

01/12/21

"We've wanted to renovate the tasting room since we bought REX HILL in 2007 to connect the vineyards more closely with the winery and honor the legacy afresh with a design that seamlessly unites the old and the new."

01/11/21

The wine goes through a spinning cone filtration system that forces the liquid through a membrane separating the alcohol. Unlike most NA wines, which often contain 0.5 percent alcohol, this process allows the winery to legit describe Clean as an "alcohol removed wine."

01/11/21

A new winery facility will house the newly created Landlines Estates label and is a new location for Montinore Estate.

01/11/21

The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) began to investigate this problem after large-scale fires occurred in Australia in 2001. More recently, several research institutions in the United States, such as the University of California at Davis, and a number of wine industry companies, including Winesecrets, Enartis, Conetech and VA Filtration, have been working to increase our understanding of the effect of smoke taint on grapes and wine and focusing on the potential remediation methods.

01/08/21

Winery Will Celebrate with a One-Day 1970s Flash Sale and Special Tastings all Year Long

01/07/21

Basel Cellars is perched atop a hill in Walla Walla's "Southside" winery district and surrounded by estate vineyards with sweeping views of the Blue Mountains. Built in 1997 as a private residence, the Estate House was "the finest" home in Walla Walla valley.

01/07/21

The free WAVEx webinar is scheduled for January 20, 2021 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Dr. Clark Seavert, Oregon State University agricultural economist, recently benchmarked the economics of vineyard mechanization and will use the AgBiz Logic program to show growers how to evaluate profitability with and without mechanization.

01/06/21

Dennis Murphy, a longtime executive for Northwest home builder Hayden Homes, has joined Norm McKibben, Eric McKibben and winemaker Jean-Fran├žois Pellet as part-owner of Walla Walla showpieces Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars.

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