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07/22/21

The Spanish chef and humanitarian says he will use the money to expand World Central Kitchen's mission to fight systemic hunger

07/22/21

The Monarch does more than just steer itself. It can complete other tasks all on its own, everything from weed removal to crop data analysis, including yield measurements and health metrics.

07/22/21

Wine grape-growing is a type of farming, but more and more wineries are diving into a complete, holistic approach that incorporates winemaking into a broader, farm-oriented lifestyle. These five Oregon winery farms prove that there are as many paths to success as there are vintners able to handle the challenges.

07/21/21

Washington's largest nonprofit wine auction returns with in-person and virtual mini-Galas; online silent auction boasts exclusive wine lots and celebrity engagements

07/21/21

The initial assessment suggests that the many years of forest treatments worked

07/21/21

Main replaces professor Amit Dhingra, who leaves to head the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M.

07/20/21

It could take a major weather event to subdue the flames.

07/20/21

"Preview Week is a chance for the Willamette Valley community to come together with our valued trade, restaurant and media partners to celebrate everything that the Auction represents,"

07/19/21

The hot temperatures will help one industry this summer. Y Knot Winery says the heat tends to help the winemaking process.

07/19/21

The destructive Bootleg Fire just north of the California border grew to more than 476 square miles (1,210 square kilometers), an area about the size of Los Angeles.

07/16/21

A federal judge rejected arguments that the lawsuit should be dismissed because a federal regulator approved revised labels for Copper Cane's Elouan pinot noir in 2018.

07/16/21

More transactions coming. It continues to get harder to sell wine, not easier. As a result, there's going to be pressure for wine companies to review their portfolios as they seek to be more relevant with retailers and wholesalers.

07/16/21

Copper Cane argued labels state Elouan is bottled in California and therefore aren't deceptive, but a judge wrote Wednesday that it's "too close a call" to decide whether a reference to California on the back corner of the label would clear up a consumer's misunderstanding. ... While Copper Cane had also argued in its motion to dismiss that the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau had approved its labels and given it "safe harbor" under federal preemption, the Judge said the "informal" nature of the bureau's procedures do not give it the force of law ...

07/16/21

PGI status protects "Willamette Valley" as a registered place name worldwide. It also guarantees against counterfeits, ensuring authenticity and quality to over 450 million consumers in 27 EU countries.

07/16/21

The Kitchen at Abeja offers dinner guests the choice of a five or seven-course prix fixe menu

07/16/21

The background ... Copper Cane's 2017 Elouan Pinot Noir's Label Lists three Oregon AVAs but the wine was made in California

07/15/21

In 2015, Sokol Blosser received B Corp Certification. In its April 2021 B Corp recertification, Sokol Blosser increased its score by 22 percent compared to its 2016 recertification.

07/15/21

Eroica Single Berry Select Riesling is crafted in the traditional German Trockenbeerenauslese (TBA) style and is one of the few TBA-style wines in North America today.

07/15/21

Altria announced an agreement last week to sell Ste. Michelle Wine Estates to private equity firm Sycamore Partners. The $1.2 billion transaction is expected to close later this year.

07/14/21

A majority of Oregonians support a proposal to sell liquor in grocery stores, but two previous ballot fights failed

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