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11/08/18

Washington Ecology floats fees for wine wastewater permits

11/08/18

A Wenatchee Valley pear cooperative is the first tree fruit packer in Washington to use H-2B-visa fo

11/08/18

You can assess the sanity of the endeavor; I'll be outside setting up my new trellis.

11/08/18

These pioneering expats have ventured to Oregon and are showing the world why this state is called the Burgundy of the Pacific Northwest.

11/08/18

New wastewater-disposal regulations imposed by the Washington Department of Ecology will collectively cost 68 of the state's larger wineries more than $200,000 the first year, under a department proposal.

11/07/18

Oregon voters will be picking a governor and deciding the fate of several high-profile measures, including one that would repeal the first-in-the nation immigrant sanctuary law.

11/07/18

Jesus Guillen passed away yesterday far too early at the age of 37. A brilliant and humble man, he will be greatly missed by the Oregon wine community

11/06/18

Local wineries and businesses are finding new ways to combine wine with activities. Whether it's having a sip while painting or going to a tasting, there's something for everyone. Here are some upcoming wine events

11/06/18

Oregon researchers slow down water loss and fight pests with food-grade product

11/06/18

Filmmaker Jerry Bell Jr. discusses learning about wine and the inspiration behind his film "Red, White & Black: An Oregon Wine Story."

11/05/18

The majority of the wines on this list are from Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Ask for the wines at your favorite wine merchant, or contact the wineries directly.

11/02/18

His new books "The New Wine Rules"

11/02/18

"I said to Jim Bernau that there are others using appellation names in their brand names, to which he got very aggressive and told me it would now be in the lawyers' hands. We responded by filing to revoke his trademark, as the Willamette Valley name cannot be trademarked due to it being an appellation. ... These people who think Oregon will be the next Burgundy have their head in the sand. ... It pains me to think that Jim Bernau and his antics are motivated not only politically to push their Willamette agenda while ostracizing Southern Oregon, but also to take such a stab because his wines don't compete with ours ... "

11/01/18

Doubleback closed on the property in August 2016, broke ground in February 2017, and construction was completed in April 2018. This year's harvest marks Doubleback's first in the new winery, which was built to meet current needs while allowing for future expansion to accommodate as much as 10,000 cases of annual production for both the Doubleback and Bledsoe Family Winery labels.

10/31/18

A U.S. Federal Court in Seattle, Wash., has issued a ruling that is intended to protect salmon and steelhead trout in the Columbia River basin from rising water temperatures.

10/31/18

Oregon is where winemakers come to craft pinot noirs that send critics to their thesauruses in search of new superlatives, prompt enophiles to wonder whether Burgundy really is the best place in the world to grow the beguiling grape and - oh, yeah - that command high prices

10/29/18

The company doesn't plan to make any major changes to the estate. It is redecorating the tasting room and will add memorabilia from Coppola's films. But it will not build a winery on the property and will continue to produce the wines at a separate facility. Vista Hills produced nearly 7,600 cases of wine a year and sold some of its grapes to other wineries including Soter, Dobbes Family Estate and Elizabeth Chambers. Going forward the company will no longer sell the grapes, allowing the estate to expand production to 10,000 cases a year

10/29/18

The Democrat candidate for the Idaho statehouse comes from a long line of chiefs and a family of farmers and ranchers. Her platform focuses on food sovereignty, agriculture, and water.

10/26/18

In a hot market, Oregon vineyards and wineries seen as "premium plays" for buyers

10/25/18

Under Initiative 1634, local governments would no longer be able to impose their own taxes on sodas, other food items.

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