Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

northwest

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >
09/17/19

Following reports in the Walla Walla Valley, agency plans to sample for the pest in major grape growing regions in Eastern Washington this fall.

09/17/19

If you've ever had a red wine that smelled "off," like gym socks, Band-Aids, or farmyards, then you've likely encountered a wine affected by Brettanomyces bruxellensis ("Brett" for short)-a barrel-dwelling spoilage yeast that can taint the wine, often imparting undesirable aromas and flavors.

09/16/19

Native Wines pressed five tons of Pinot noir from Hess Creek Vineyards in the Dundee Hills AVA, Oregon, for a new low-alcohol rosé under its Tributary Cellars label.

09/16/19

This is Foundry Vineyards' first tasting room outside of their home in the Walla Walla Valley. This tasting room will feature current wine releases, sparkling wines, and more than twenty library wines for bottle purchase.

09/16/19

Grapes grown in the 6 square miles known as The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater absorb the minerals from the distinctive basalt cobblestones, resulting in savory, earthy wines that have been compared to those of France's northern Rhone Valley.

09/16/19

Some winemakers think of oak as the spice cabinet of the cellar.

09/16/19

Seabeck Cellars prides itself on being a family business, operated by husband and wife Steve and Lynda Rants, their son Scott Rants and his wife Ravynn. Each team member contributes their expertise; Ravynn focuses on their website, social media, and photography, Lynda on bookkeeping, and Steve handles the cellar tasks alongside Scott, who wears the title of winemaker. And of course, it's all hands on deck during crush.

09/16/19

The Brian Carter Cellars tasting room and wine bar is set to open in November. It will be located in a 1,233-square-foot suite on the ground floor of the Rediviva building, next door to the Stack 571 burger restaurant on the south side facing the Columbia River.

09/16/19

Under the radar in Oregon, the founder of Retour achieved success by using her marketing savvy to entice collectors in the South

09/13/19

New studies show Oregon statewide increases in grape acreage, wine production and sales, including a 12% boost in Oregon wine sold across the U.S.

09/13/19

The news of phylloxera appearing in Walla Walla prompted Tom Jarvis to learn more about the devastating grapevine pest.

09/13/19

The Oregon Wine Board's newly released 2018 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Report, with analysis conducted by the University of Oregon's Institute for Policy Research and Engagement, shows across-the-board increases in sales, number of wineries and acreage planted.

09/13/19

The plan would allow oil leasing on 1.56 million acres of the 19-million-acre refuge. The proposal - which would open the entire coastal plain to the energy industry - was seen as the most extreme of three options considered by the Interior Department.

09/13/19

"Our focus will be building better relationships with our partners and elevating our business to a new level across the world," said Ruehle, who is based in Denver. "The Hedges family makes some of the most exciting and real wines in the New World, and I'm honored to help them grow."

09/12/19

From southern Oregon to the Willamette Valley, Oregon's 2019 harvest is off to the races, with sparkling wine producers leading the way.

09/11/19

The Washington Winegrowers Association's 2020 Convention & Trade Show from Monday, March 2 to Thursday, March 5, 2020, is being held at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, WA.

09/11/19

An Oregon winery alleges its pot-growing neighbors led to a canceled grape order.

09/10/19

There remains 300,000 acres left to receive water but needs funding for infrastructure development. The State of Washington has been an incredible partner to the Project, pulling in more than $105 million in infrastructure investments. This includes $15 million that was approved in the capital budget just this year

09/10/19

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has named David Andrews Vice President - Antinori USA, effective Sept 6. He is based in New York.

09/09/19

The Washington wine region's sandy soils were considered immune to to infamous pest, but it's been hiding in plain sight

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >