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05/17/18

Following the retirement of Gerard and JoAnn Bentryn, owner/winemaker Betsey Wittick uses their original vines to craft a delicious white table wine and a stunning dessert wine

05/16/18

Pinotphiles unable to commit to the entire International Pinot Noir Celebration, one of the West Coast's most educational, entertaining and delicious wine festivals, can now purchase a la carte tickets for the July 27-29 weekend on the campus of Linfield College in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley.

05/16/18

The eruption of a Hawaii volcano has people warily eyeing volcanic peaks on America's West Coast that are also part of the geologically active region.

05/16/18

Idaho H-2A guestworker jobs have nearly doubled in last five years.

05/16/18

Oregon's top environmental regulators discussed agricultural water quality during a tour

05/16/18

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation funding program includes $2 million for work on the Columbia Basin Project, including $750,000 for Odessa groundwater replacement.

05/16/18

Perhaps the biggest chasm to bridge between Burgundy thought-leaders and Oregon pinot noir producers is in the concept of pinot noir itself. The Drouhins, Lafon, Liger-Belair, Lardière and Méo grow pinot noir to produce red Burgundy. The great names of Oregon grow pinot noir to produce and sell Oregon pinot noir

05/15/18

The 21st year of Taste Washington grew its total attendance by 15 percent as this year's Grand Tasting drew 6,750 wine lovers, an increase of nearly 1,000 for the two-day pouring. The Washington State Wine Commission collaborations on the festival with Visit Seattle, the official destination marketing organization for Seattle and King County

05/14/18

Pinotphiles unable to commit to the entire International Pinot Noir Celebration, one of the West Coast's most educational, entertaining and delicious wine festivals, can now purchase a la carte tickets for the July 27-29 weekend on the campus of Linfield College in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley

05/11/18

"Our net results will show the new dividend expense until we are able to deploy the large amount of new invested cash in business development. Our new construction is in the permitting process, so buckle-up, big things are on their way."

05/11/18

Valicoff Fruit Company of Wapato and other agricultural interests are turning a Yakima hotel into housing for seasonal farmworkers, including H-2A-visa foreign guestworkers

05/10/18

Now that it's becoming more widely grown, the folks fond of making and consuming its red wine are looking for new ways to share their passion for gamay, or gamay noir, with the masses

05/09/18

New reviews of great-value wines from Columbia Valley and more

05/09/18

As part of the Albert Ravenholt Lecture Series, Linda Bisson will offer winemakers and students insights and solutions for managing wine quality and dealing with problematic fermentations

05/08/18

It's not clear is whether the Alaska Legislature will completely revise state alcohol laws for the first time in 35 years. Some brewery and distillery owners want to head off a proposal limiting how much they can serve customers

05/08/18

Washington State may be a fairly new wine-producing region, but several of its wineries have generations of history. Here are a few pioneers who put the state's wines on the map with their high-quality bottlings.

05/07/18

A 12-years-in-the-making, new, southside winery for Revelry Vintners commemorates its opening this weekend by highlighting a sense of place.

05/07/18

Ask anyone in the Walla Walla Valley wine industry to name its brightest lights and you'll hear familiar names: Gary Figgins, Rick Small, Christophe Baron, Marty Clubb, Myles Anderson, Stan Clarke, Norm McKibben.

05/07/18

Washington State may be a fairly new wine-producing region, but many of its wineries have generations of history. Here are a few pioneers who put the state's wines on the map with their high-quality bottlings.

05/04/18

The wildfire season has become longer and wildfires themselves more destructive in the last several decades.

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