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07/09/20

King Estate in Eugene, Ore., is one of just three wineries in Oregon producing more than 300,000 cases a year and the third largest, by annual case production, of the state's 803 wineries. The winery was founded by Ed King Jr. (1921-2012) and his son Ed King III, who is the current CEO.

07/09/20

Cave B Estate Winery is opening back up to the public for wine tastings on Friday but things will look a little different thanks to new restrictions and guidelines. Re-opening will mean social distancing, patio seating only and lots and lots of wine.

07/09/20

Taking a tour of the Idaho wine country can be done in a variety of ways. People could spend a day or more visiting local wineries and some are even located in Garden City making a tour of Idaho wines possible for anyone who wants to try some out. All of the wineries have ample space for social distancing, are mostly run by Idaho families, and many allow dogs and kids.

07/08/20

Willamette Valley Vineyards is building a $13.5 million sparkling wine facility in the Dundee Hills. Beginning July 8, WVV is offering $9.3 million worth of preferred stock to help finance the Bernau Estate Vineyard project.

07/08/20

When times get tough, the Oregon wine industry rolls up its collective sleeves and gets to work. Whether it is coronavirus relief or fighting for social justice, Oregon wineries will find a way to help their communities.

07/08/20

07/07/20

This year's in-person event was postponed and has pivoted to a virtual charity-driven auction which will offer 80 lots of wine from the 2018 vintage to help provide critical resources for independent restaurants affected by loss of business as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

07/06/20

Troon Vineyard is a story of rebirth, regeneration and rediscovery.

07/06/20

During a time of national reflection on racial injustice and the pursuit of equity among all people, some in the wine industry believe now is the time for vineyards and wineries in Oregon to reevaluate what their business's leadership and patrons look like.

07/06/20

If you're looking for something different, enter Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville and their four new wines in smaller serve aluminum bottles.

07/06/20

A largely self-taught winemaker, the first vintages were crushed and produced in garages of friends and family-in the years since, the winery has vastly grown in size, earning respect and acclaim from wine lovers and critics.

07/02/20

For every claimed "golden" coin, the winery says it will donate $50 to a local food bank and another $50 to a charity of choice.

07/02/20

With increased restrictions for businesses amid COVID-19, a Washington State University Tri-Cities professor has created an "experience audit" to assist wineries in analyzing experiences offered and areas where sales and revenue can be boosted.

07/02/20

Three Willamette Valley wineries reached out with offers to help the couples after our KGW Investigates story first aired.

07/01/20

In May, Oregon growers lost, on average, 73% of sales in tasting rooms and 45% in wholesale, according to the Oregon Wine Board.

07/01/20

The Third Annual Summertime ¡Salud! E-Auction Funds Ongoing COVID-19 Screening and Treatment for Vineyard Workers

07/01/20

Each 1.5-liter box is the equivalent of two 750 ml bottles of wine. Evolution Oregon Pinot Noir retails for $25 and the Lucky No. 9 White Blend retails for $18. In the box format, these wines are priced approximately 30 percent less than the same wines in 750 ml bottles. (Both will continue to be available in 750 ml bottles.) Plus, once opened, the wines stay fresh for up to 30 days in the box.

06/30/20

Michelle brings 20 years of wine industry experience, most recently serving as National Director of Business Development with Palm Bay International. Prior to her tenure with Palm Bay, Michelle had successive sales roles with Coors Brewing Company, Nabisco Biscuit Company, and the Pillsbury Company

06/29/20

He's been a wine connoisseur for years, and now, Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum is getting into the business.

06/26/20

Trish Masters and George Gittelson sipped a red blend called Tuttorosso at The Waterfront Vancouver's newest tasting room, Brian Carter Cellars, which opened for the first time on Wednesday.

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