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04/21/21

In addition to participating in a trail maintenance day, Del Rio Vineyard Estate and Rock Point Wines have partnered with their Oregon Distributor, Columbia Distributing, in a program to raise funds for the Pacific Crest Trail Association. For the months of July, August, and September 2021 a $1 per bottle of Rock Point Wine sold in participating retailers will be donated to the Pacific Crest Trail Association to continue trail preservation efforts and upkeep.

04/21/21

American Northwest Distributors, Inc has seen strong growth in volume, placements and revenue in most Northwest Chains as it announces the addition of Kirk Kauhane to its growing Sales Leadership team in the role of National Chain Sales Manager.

04/20/21

Nicolas-Jay is now open for one-hour tasting appointments.

04/20/21

Operations director of North Slope Management, Drury is involved with multiple wine growing organizations.

04/20/21

With the pandemic's outlook improving, Willamette Valley wineries anticipate welcoming more guests.

04/20/21

The inaugural release of the 2019 Siduri Willamette Valley Chardonnay ($35) is a blend of vineyards that have been key pillars of the Siduri Willamette Valley Pinot Noir program - predominantly Gran Moraine, Zena Crown and Maple Grove - that have Chardonnay plantings that are equally expressive.

04/20/21

a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Tempranillo. Double Lucky is produced under the No Girls brand, the brainchild of winemaker Elizabeth Bourcier, who is also assistant winemaker for Cayuse.

04/20/21

Most recently, Darrow served as General Manager and Vice President of Sales for Winebow Fine Wine & Spirits in Washington and Northern Idaho.

04/19/21

A top health official is considering indefinitely extending rules requiring masks and social distancing in all businesses in the state.

04/19/21

Ontario, Ore., has nine dispensaries for 11,000 residents. But most of their customers are coming from Idaho.

04/19/21

Myron Redford's storied 47-year wine career officially ended with a simple statement: "We sold our vineyard." Redford recently announced the sale of 10 acres of the Redford Wetle Farms ...

04/16/21

Many were able to adapt. Through flexibility and timely government loans, some producers did better in 2020 than they ever imagined was possible.

04/15/21

House Bill 1480 lets bars, restaurants, distilleries, wineries, and caterers that carry a liquor license sell alcohol for curbside pickup or delivery, with such permissions set to expire July 1, 2023. That's a significant amount of time for an extension, particularly since the new takeout rules put in place in May 2020 were not intended to last very long.

04/15/21

Sadie Drury, North Slope Management/Seven Hills Vineyard, was honored as the Erick Hanson Memorial Grower of the Year; Tom Judkins, Inland Desert, received the Industry Service award; and Brian Carter, Brian Carter Cellars, was awarded the Grand Vin.

04/14/21

Redford, one of the founders of the Oregon wine industry, has with the sale of the vineyard retired from active involvement in the industry after 47 years

04/14/21

While most Oregon employers have the legal right to insist their employees be vaccinated, very few appear to be planning to do so. Oregon Public Broadcasting reported that King Estate Winery is among the first that will.

04/14/21

The latest wine industry research was highlighted during a Poster Session held during the Washington Winegrowers Association's virtual convention - WineVit™ - held throughout March.

04/14/21

At a virtual annual meeting of the membership, incumbents were re-elected to serve three-year terms on the Board of Directors for the Washington Winegrowers Association.

04/13/21

The 2020 Atticus Vineyard Pinot Noir Rosé and the 2018 Atticus Vineyard Pinot Noir will be available to the general public starting today on atticuswine.com.

04/13/21

For the first time in 20 years, it's possible that the 1,400 irrigators who have farmed for generations on 225,000 acres (91,000 hectares) of reclaimed farmland will get no water at all - or so little that farming wouldn't be worth it.

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