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02/08/18

02/08/18

While most of the grads are snapped up by the Washington winemaking industry as soon as the ink is dry on their diplomas, WWCC alumni are making wine as far away as Michigan, Virginia, Maine, Texas and Maryland

02/07/18

From Mattawa to Maine, graduates of the Walla Walla Community College enology and viticulture program have been proving themselves to be golden. While most of the grads are snapped up by the Washington winemaking industry as soon as the ink is dry on their diplomas, WWCC alumni are making wine as far away as Michigan, Virginia, Maine, Texas and Maryland.

02/07/18

It concentrates on the Board Track Racer Cellars wines

02/06/18

Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden joined 16 colleagues from across the country in sending a letter last week to President Donald Trump, requesting at least $40 billion in infrastructure spending for rural broadband development.

02/06/18

Viticulture, enology program growth shows state may become popular grape-growing territory.

02/06/18

Trouble is brewing for several local taprooms and breweries in rural King County. Several of them say they've been forced to shutdown for code violations they say are unclear and unmerited. Lumber House Brewery in Hobart/Maple Valley and Four Horsemen Brewery in Kent have been up and running since 2014.

02/06/18

Did you know that Elevation 486 spent more than $80,000 on liquor in the 2017 fiscal year?

02/06/18

Experts on his panel include six leaders of the Oregon Chardonnay renaissance, winemakers Josh Bergström (Bergström Wines), Jason Lett (The Eyrie Vineyards), Anna Matzinger (Matzinger Davies Wine Co.), John Paul (Cameron), Wynne Peterson-Nedry (Chehalem Winery) and Thomas Savre (Lingua Franca).

02/06/18

Are you a fan of good food? You might consider digging into this delicious event

02/05/18

Next time you walk into a cellar and notice a stack of barrels, remember, not all barrels are created equal, and the choice of barrels directly affects a winemaker's expression of taste. Today, many Oregon winemakers rely less on what is expected - breaking the rigid traditions of yesteryear - in favor of instinct, experimentation and embracing individuality, in large part, through their choice of barrels.

02/05/18

Tickets to Taste Washington's On the Farm series are on sale now. Three exciting new excursions offer guests the chance for a unique farm-to-table lunch in the greater Seattle area. Go to tastewashington.org to get tickets - limited quantities available.

02/05/18

Liz Chambers managed the winery for nearly 20 years until she became sole owner in May 2012. She told The Register-Guard in 2014: "I don't have to work, but I don't know what I'd do with myself if I didn't. I love the winery and my employees. It's fun to go to work every day."

02/05/18

Sarbanand Farms in Sumas, Wash., was fined $149,800 Thursday for one missed rest break and one late meal, but was cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with a worker's death

02/05/18

Viticulture, enology program growth shows state may become popular grape-growing territory

02/02/18

Presented by Seattle DINING!, February is for Foodies loads the calendar with events, including prix-fixe menus at most of the top local restaurants, food, wine, and chocolate pairings, as well as special lodging discounts at some of Walla Walla's most notable hotels.

02/02/18

County officials say the current dry and warm winter could lead to severe drought conditions, which would cause an economic blow to farmers and ranchers in southern Oregon

02/02/18

Direct-to-consumer wine sales rose 31 percent for Oregon wineries in 2017, which led all regions in the country.

02/02/18

Washington State University receives $344,500 for viticulture and enology research; SOS Health Services of Walla Walla receives first Industry Grant for $10,000

02/02/18

Following a soil acidification workshop that attracted double the expected number of farmers, Washington State University is offering a second one from 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 8 at Banyans on the Ridge Pavilion in Pullman, Wash.

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