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12/15/17

Now available nationwide, House Wine Rosé Bubbles 375 mL cans are the latest offering in the winery's lineup of quality wine in a fun, portable package. In addition, two other House Wine favorites, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, will be available by January of 2018 in the 375 mL can format nationwide.

12/15/17

Through the first part of December, the Idaho Department of Water Resources is on pace to recharge a record amount of water into the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer in Southern Idaho.

12/15/17

Twenty-acre rural lifestyle home sites would be allowed on 35,000 acres in Oregon's Douglas County.

12/15/17

"We age the wines on the skin but you normally take away the skin early in the process. We leave the wine with the skin for nine months."

12/14/17

Phytelligence, a leading agricultural biotechnology company that is revolutionizing food crops, today announced the addition of Curt Granger to its team as vice president of global sales for the grapes segment. Granger will lead the company's pursuit of new customers for rootstock, whole plant, genetic analysis and repository services in the grapes and wine agricultural market to fuel additional growth.

12/14/17

ETS Laboratories and Fruition Sciences will co-host the inaugural 2017 Oregon Vintage Report in McMinnville, Oregon on February 8, 2018. The conference will review innovative techniques to grow terroir-driven wines, conduct in-depth panel conversations of climate and plant physiological conditions during the 2017 Vintage in Oregon, and review and discuss new approaches to winegrowing from around the world.

12/14/17

It's no surprise to see a Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay leading Wine.com's top 100 list of wines purchased in 2017, but at No. 2 stands the Columbia Crest 2014 Grand Estates Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington state. Five years earlier, Columbia Crest's Two Vines Cab ranked No. 1 on the list that the nation's leading online wine retailer claims as the industry's only ranking based entirely on consumer purchases.

12/14/17

Many reservoirs in Idaho and Eastern Oregon have significantly more water than normal for this time of year.

12/14/17

Some farmers in northern Idaho and western Washington are looking for solutions after years of applying nitrogen-based fertilizer has left their land with acidic soil

12/14/17

Washington Democrats present their latest thinking on rural wells

12/14/17

Wine industry climate scientist says growing population sheds light on phenomenon

12/13/17

Costco shelled out a record-breaking $22 million in support of the measure. Privatization has enabled many distributors and retailers, such as California-based BevMo! and Maryland-based Total Wine & More, to capture significant shares of the Washington market. But the competition has not been kind to mom-and-pop liquor shops

12/12/17

Idaho Farm Bureau Federation members debated several issues during their annual meeting this week, including wolves, water rights and wheat discounts.

12/12/17

Three irrigation piping projects and a hydroelectric facility fish ladder have won $6.3 million.

12/11/17

A question often asked is why red wine is so much more expensive than white wine.The reasons are many:

12/08/17

Oregon is sending 10 strike teams from all over the state to help California firefighters battle several massive blazes north of Los Angeles

12/08/17

12/08/17

Too much fruit and too many packing lines spells pain for the Washington tree fruit industry....

12/08/17

New reviews of reds, whites and dessert wines from the Mother of states

12/08/17

Great wine starts with great grapes, the kind that can't survive an 8-month-long winter. Jackson Hole Winery co-owner and winemaker Anthony Schroth knows that struggle all too well.

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