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01/20/17

Overall, the Washington House Commerce & Gaming Committee held hearings Jan. 12 on three wine-related bills. The committee likely will vote on whether to send the three to full House floor votes sometime during the next two weeks. Here is a breakdown on what happened.

01/20/17

Steve Thomson is a former Kansas Citian who has a vineyard, Octave, in Walla Walla, Wash., and is the CEO of Cristom Vineyards in Oregon's Willamette Valley. He's also started his own wine brand with his fruit called Hanatoro

01/19/17

Several of the international wine community's leading researchers will visit the Columbia Valley on Friday, March 17 to take part in the Washington State University wine symposium titled Climate Extremes: Is the Pacific Northwest Wine Industry Ready?

01/19/17

The snow certainly added to the mountain snowpack and will provide more water for irrigators next summer, but ice and extended cold may have damaged some crops.

01/19/17

The cause of death is being investigated by the Lane County Medical Examiner's Office and the Sheriff's Office.

01/18/17

Washington Sauvignon blanc styles are one of American wine's best kept secrets. These play a finer, crisper counterpoint to California's opulent, sun-drenched, more Southern styles, but are richer and riper and softer than Oregon's maritime-influenced, cooler, more linear Sauvignons. Dr Paul White sheds some light on what makes the state's wines distinctive.

01/18/17

Idaho bars with liquor licenses would be required to be open at least 20 hours a week and must sell at least 20 drinks per week under a new proposal introduced in an Idaho House panel on Tuesday

01/18/17

Bentley Hart Chappell, 33, was riding a Gator utility vehicle around 3:30 p.m. Saturday on the grounds of Brigadoon Wine Company on Ferguson Road

01/18/17

Oregon viticulture veteran and experienced Thermaculture developer to offer application services and expertise to regional growers

01/18/17

Several of the international wine community's leading researchers will visit the Columbia Valley on Friday, March 17 to take part in the Washington State University wine symposium titled Climate Extremes: Is the Pacific Northwest Wine Industry Ready?

01/17/17

Tarlov clearly lists the input costs for his on Alit's website, outlining just what customers are paying for when they fork over $27.45 for a bottle of his 2015 Pinot Noir from Oregon's Willamette Valley

01/17/17

Shane Moore, spent time previously working at Israel's Golan Heights Winery

01/12/17

Drake will have a particular focus on California and other West Coast territories as well as other sales responsibilities in domestic and international markets for the 80,000-case winery, said Hedges co-founder Tom Hedges.

01/12/17

The farm labor association WAFLA is holding labor meetings in Washington and Oregon in coming weeks.

01/12/17

The Pacific Northwest agricultural industry will discuss herbicide resistance developing in weeds at a Jan. 24 listening session in Pasco, Wash.

01/12/17

Arizona has red rocks and red politics, but the desert holds some surprises, as well.

01/12/17

Two years ago, the Washington state Legislature began allowing wine lovers to fill reusable containers - known as growlers - at their favorite wineries. Now, a new measure would allow refills at grocery stores, wine boutiques and other places licensed to sell wine in the state. House Bill 1039, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Sharon Wylie, would let businesses already licensed to sell beer or cider in a growler to also offer wine in the containers. The measure is set for its first public hearing on Thursday.

01/12/17

Every year, Wine Business Monthly creates our annual list of Top 10 Hot Brands, we look for vintners, growers, wineries and wines that are making a statement in our industry. Quality is always an important consideration, but Hot Brands is more than a list of the "best" or most interesting wines we've tasted during the year.

01/11/17

Retired NASA astrophysicist, inventor and Vidon Vineyard winemaker Don Hagge shoots the moon this Valentine's Day with three new releases named for his work on some of NASA's most iconic space programs: 2015 EXPLORER Tempranillo, 2015 SATURN Syrah, and 2015 APOLLO Chardonnay. These meticulously crafted estate wines salute Hagge's historic work in the space program as well as his love of elegant, terroir-driven wines.

01/10/17

After the past two Decembers, where temperatures over most the western US were much warmer than average, December 2016 brought generally cool to cold conditions. This was especially evident across the PNW and into the northern Rockies and Great Plains, where up to now, the winter had been very warm.

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