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07/20/18

Metis, a Pacific Northwest M&A advisory firm specializing in the hospitality, wine, and beverage alcohol industries, today announced it opened a new office in Portland, Ore. With offices already in Seattle and Walla Walla, this new office and expanded local team increases Metis' commitment to the Oregon market, bringing time-tested strategic advisory services closer to Oregon business owners. The office is headed by Managing Director Andy Steinman and Associate Jessica Leung.

07/20/18

Mergers and acquisitions, plus explosive growth of brands, transform the state's industry

07/18/18

Abundant precipitation, recharge efforts and reduced water use boosted the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer

07/17/18

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation awarded $38,000 in scholarships to 12 students pursuing careers in the wine industry.

07/17/18

Further solidifying its place in the upper echelon of wine destinations worldwide, Walla Walla has been named Best Wine Town in the Sunset Magazine 2018 Travel Awards. The results were recently posted to the Sunset.com website and can be viewed HERE, and will appear in the August issue of Sunset Magazine. Walla Walla was previously a runner-up in the Best Food Town category of the Sunset Travel Awards in 2015 and 2016.

07/16/18

Bill Stoller announced the formation of the Stoller Wine Group today. The parent company will leverage economies of scale for existing brands, Stoller Family Estate, Chehalem Winery, History, and its new autonomous brand, Canned Oregon. The move for the Oregon based company strategically positions a suite of brands and products based on various price points and distribution models.

07/16/18

One of the hottest trends in Pacific Northwest wine country is dry, pink wines, a category that only seems to grow annually and shows no sign of slowing down.

07/12/18

Wilridge Winery is the first winery in Yakima County to do this. Now along with the 24 wines offered there, winemaker and distiller Paul Beveridge has officially added brandy to their list.

07/11/18

With the emergence of Cabernet Sauvignon as the Washington wine industry's signature grape, we've also seen the evolution of red blends

07/10/18

"It's almost like the different guys on different continents discovering calculus simultaneously"

07/05/18

Abacela Winery co-owner Hilda Jones said this year, 12 different wineries are participating, each giving back in different ways.

07/05/18

Wine director Aaron Wood-Snyderman and his team at The Metropolitan Grill in Seattle can tell patrons that they are looking over one of the top wine lists in the world.

07/03/18

Organizers for WAVEx, a condensed version of the acclaimed Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology (WAVE) research seminar series, have opened registration for Wednesday, July 11 at Chateau Ste. Michelle theater in Woodinville. Cost is $30, and the half-day, WAVEx-Woodinville presentations will explore how to take wine quality to the next level through the theme Making Better Wine through Chemistry.

07/03/18

The Oregon Agricultural Heritage Commission is seeking $10 million in state funding to cover grants for farmland conservation, preservation and easements across the state.

07/03/18

Founders Matt Elsen and Bob Liner will continue working with the wholesale fine wine division of Wilson Daniels, while leading the existing Galaxy team.

07/03/18

Sparkman Cellars and DeLille Cellars made what one described as a "game changing" move to set up shop in a vacant brewery once operated by Redhook. ... Sparkman and DeLille also joined forces with Seattle's iconic Teatro Zinzanni circus-acrobatic dinner theatre, and an as-yet-unnamed restaurant entity in transforming the former brewery into a state-of-the-art wine and food venue

07/03/18

The 2018 honors were unveiled today, and nine Idaho restaurants made the annual list, which includes 3,759 restaurants located in all 50 states throughout 75 countries and territories.

07/03/18

The Aug. 25 performance by Grammy Award-winning blues men Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite will be the final concert staged at Maryhill Winery's 4,000-seat amphitheater, set with the Columbia River as a picturesque backdrop

07/01/18

Organizers for WAVEx, a condensed version of the acclaimed Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology (WAVE) research seminar series, have opened registration for Wednesday, July 11 at Chateau Ste. Michelle theater in Woodinville

07/01/18

It's challenging to keep Christina Doerner's attention for long. She's eager to return to the tractor and out to the vineyard while the day is still cool and the winds are calm.

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