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12/08/16

E-5 visa program allows wealthy foreigners to seek permanent residency while providing cheap financing

12/08/16

As the Old Portland begins its second week of existence, he sat down with WW to uncork the origins of his thirst and let spill some vintage tales of urban bohemia

12/08/16

Organizers are planning on more than 70 restaurants and chefs to complement the 235 wineries expected to pour March 25-26 on the floor of the CenturyLink Events Center.

12/08/16

A similar lawsuit by the same group - Portland, Oregon-based Northwest Environmental Advocates - resulted in the agencies cutting $1.2 million in grant funding to Oregon this year.

12/03/16

The next best thing to drinking wine is reading about it; start with these new books

12/03/16

Hugh Reimers, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Jackson Family Wines, grew up in the Barossa Valley of South Australia where his father was a professor at Australia's most famous winemaking school, the University of Adelaide; Reimers received his bachelor's there in 1991. He worked as winemaker for Orlando-Wyndham and as senior red winemaker for Yalumba before moving from his homeland to California in 2002

12/01/16

Brown marmorated stink bug discovered in Okanagan Valley, but grapegrowers say they're not worried

11/30/16

After I judged at the Idaho Wine Competition earlier this fall, then wandered through wineries and vineyards around Boise for a couple of days, Shelly Bennett, community relations manager for the Idaho Wine Commission, asked what most surprised me about the state's wine scene

11/29/16

What makes the student-run winery's accomplishments noteworthy is the level of competition. With less than a handful of student-run wineries in the state, Yakima Valley Vintners' wines were judged alongside commercial wineries.

11/28/16

What makes the student-run winery's accomplishments noteworthy is the level of competition. With less than a handful of student-run wineries in the state, Yakima Valley Vintners' wines were judged alongside commercial wineries

11/23/16

On Monday, company officials announced the 2016 harvest as the biggest in the history of Washington wine. The Pacific Northwest's oldest wine producer projected the total crop in the Evergreen State will weigh in between 275,000 and 280,000 tons. That will eclipse the record of 227,000 tons set in 2014 by more than 20 percent.

11/23/16

Washington State University has released the names of the search committee members who will help look for the next dean of the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences.

11/23/16

Cabernet leads other varieties as Chateau Ste. Michelle predicts 275,000 tons

11/22/16

30th Harvest Blend Futures Accompany Dobbes Fall Release Wines

11/22/16

Company finishes record three month long harvest; 2016 crop to be largest ever

11/22/16

The anti-GMO activist group failed to disclose politicial activities in 2013.

11/22/16

USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service has released data for the basis of increasing the minimum wage for H-2A workers by 5.44 percent in Washington and Oregon next year.

11/21/16

The Idaho wine industry is growing as fast as the grapes they rely on and no one knows it better than one local family evolving their business to meet industry needs for more than a century

11/21/16

In the world of wine, Oregon is synonymous with pinot noir, and it's coveted branding not unlike Napa Valley cab

11/21/16

Each day, we should be thankful for living in the Pacific Northwest, and the bounty every year that our region's laborers, growers and winemakers provide us makes each Thanksgiving a delicious celebration

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