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07/21/17

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07/21/17

As the nation continues to wrestle with critical healthcare decisions, Oregon's wine industry has quietly stepped up to help its workers.

07/21/17

Desert Wind Winery, the Washington-based winery of Fries Family Wines has undergone a rebranding effort to maximize brand exposure in the market and solidify itself as a leading producer from the Wahluke Slope AVA in Washington State.

07/21/17

The Oregon Legislature's recently passed House Bill 2012 provides $5 million for a special economic. . . .

07/21/17

Tucked inside the rolling hills of wheat and vineyards a 10-minute drive north from downtown with views of the Blues, the new Eritage resort is the centerpoint of Walla Walla wine country evolution.

07/21/17

Va Piano Vineyards founder Justin Wylie is poised this fall to open Eritage, his wine country resort just outside of Walla Walla. Eritage will feature 10 luxury suites and a restaurant partnership directed by Jason Wilson, the Seattle-based chef whose work with Washington cuisine and wines earned him a James Beard Award for Best Northwest Chef in 2010

07/20/17

"Frank has been a great asset to building Ste. Michelle's portfolio of international wine brands. He has been a true champion for our portfolio and for leading our sales team during the company's growth," said Ted Baseler, President and CEO of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

07/19/17

Temperatures were high and flows were low in the Columbia-Snake river system in the spring of 2015, yet fisheries managers ignored requests by NOAA to begin barging juvenile salmon and steelhead downriver, an irrigator group argues in seeking an...

07/18/17

Doe Bay Wine Company has announced that it will be opening a Bottle Shop this August in Eastsound Square.

07/18/17

Demeter Group, the San Francisco-based investment bank for premium Wine & Spirits companies, today announced that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Woodinville Whiskey Company (WWC) on its sale to Moët Hennessy. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

07/18/17

Last summer, the college's enology and viticulture program hired a new director of viticulture/vineyard manager. Joel Perez replaced Jeff Popick, who retired soon after the class of 2016 graduated.

07/18/17

Naumes Custom Crush & Fermentation has reached the two-year mark and appears well on its way to developing premium wines for the region's vineyard owners. Naumes Custom Crush & Fermentation has a dozen clients, enabling it to add staff, including assistant winemaker Dustin Andries, an Oregon State University fermentation science graduate and North Medford High School alum.

07/18/17

A complete vertical of Leonetti Cellar's legendary Cabernet Sauvignon - including perhaps the single most important wine ever made in Washington - will go up for sale at the 30th annual Auction of Washington Wine

07/18/17

Oregon State University's agricultural research and extension programs stand to lose the positions through retirements, job changes

07/14/17

Washington State University's Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems hosts an Agricultural Technology Day beginning at 1 p.m. July 31 in Prosser, Wash.

07/14/17

Seeking to solve the chronic labor shortage problem facing the US premium wine industry, the Digital Harvest LLC project 'ROVR' (Remote Operated Vineyard Robot) team has developed a fully mobile concept demonstrator at their Pendleton, Oregon R&D lab. The first public demonstration of the virtual reality operated robot will take place at the 2017 FutureFarm Expo on August 15-17.

07/14/17

Lake Chelan winemaker Shane Collins wasn't looking to leave stately Tsillan Cellars, but Rocky Pond Winery offered him an exciting opportunity that allows him to continue to work and live in the community where he grew up.

07/13/17

Moët Hennessy and Woodinville Whiskey Company (WWC) announced today that Moët Hennessy has acquired WWC, which has become part of Moët Hennessy's world-renowned wine and spirits portfolio. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

07/13/17

With so-called "ag gag" laws getting struck down in Idaho and Utah, the fate of such statutes is expected to be decided by federal appellate courts with jurisdiction over 15 Western states.

07/12/17

Uncrating and installation of a new HP digital press began today at the Columbia Label production facility. The company purchased the Indigo WS6800 Digital Press to further enhance its custom and specialty wine label and packaging production for Northwest wineries. The new press will be the latest model available anywhere on the West Coast.

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