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02/17/17

The ultimate start to Taste Washington, the Red & White Party pops the cork on the largest single-region wine and food festival in the U.S.

02/17/17

Washington Department of Agriculture estimates the 2015 drought caused between $633 million and $773 million in economic damages

02/17/17

A lawsuit by 17 Oregon counties is challenging the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou national monument.

02/17/17

Oregon's water regulators have proposed raising fees for water rights transactions for the third time....

02/17/17

It will be a familiar name in charge of the Oregon winery after, the new owners have announced.

02/16/17

Oregon wine has never been weirder or wilder, and it's finding a new audience tired of its parents' pinot. There's never been a better time to drink Oregon wine

02/16/17

She makes wines that challenge boundaries while remaining eminently drinkable, in a kaleidoscope of styles

02/15/17

Federal funding for falling number research and the Columbia River Treaty were among the issues...

02/15/17

A panel of climate change experts has urged Oregon lawmakers to delay forest policy decisions until more is known about offsetting emissions.

02/15/17

A bill before Oregon lawmakers would prevent employers from recovering attorney fees when they prevail.

02/15/17

Idaho Power Co. has suspended its cloud seeding, already having an ample mountain snowpack.

02/15/17

One of the largest wine-packing suppliers in North America says global competition continues to impact the business. There are 30 to 40 wine bottle suppliers west of the Rockies.

02/15/17

Winemakers testified Monday in favor and against a bill that would allow the sale of wine in growlers at Washington state bars, liquor stores, and other wine retailers

02/14/17

The bench at the eastern end of the Yakima Valley is one of the warmest regions of the vast and arid Columbia Valley and has developed into one of the premium grape growing regions in the Pacific Northwest.

02/14/17

The event is spread over five buildings on the fairgrounds campus that host educational events, a Farmer's Bounty Market, a petting zoo, artisan vendors and displays of ag technology.

02/13/17

Tim Fish is taking over the Wine Spectator's coverage of Oregon and Washington from Harvey Steiman, who reviewed Northwest wines for two decades

02/13/17

The bench at the eastern end of the Yakima Valley is one of the warmest regions of the vast and arid Columbia Valley and has developed into one of the premium grape growing regions in the Pacific Northwest

02/10/17

Here's how to toast romance on a tasting-room getaway

02/09/17

Biotech critics want to reverse an Oregon pre-emption law against local restrictions on GMOs.

02/09/17

Oregon has recovered the jobs lost during the "great recession" but some rural areas...

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