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11/15/17

Washington's wine grape vineyards expanded in the last six years at a little more than half.

11/15/17

Idaho water officials say the state has already conducted 100,000 acre-feet of fall recharge, and plenty of water still remains to be injected into the aquifer under the state program.

11/14/17

This year, they debut their fall releases with brand new label designs. This evolutionary step in the winery's history includes a unique artistic rendition for each wine by local artist John Fisher

11/14/17

WSU researcher optimistic farmers can adapt to climate change

11/14/17

The timber was harvested, cut, dried, milled tongue-in-groove and prepared for a seamless, no-hammer, no-saw construction.

11/13/17

"We are rolling into a second generation for Washington's wine industry," he said, "and we have learned a tremendous amount about how and where to grow Cabernet here..."

11/13/17

Southern Oregon serves as the trailhead for the Pacific Northwest's Tempranillo movement, and now organizers of the annual Oregon Tempranillo Celebration are moving their conference and public tasting that showcases the Spanish red grape to Portland on Jan. 19-21.

11/10/17

Dundee Mobile Bottlers Uses State of the Art Equipment to Bottle Still and Sparkling Wine on Same Line

11/10/17

There's an old saying in the wine industry: It takes a lot of beer to make good wine. Usually, this refers to the penchant for winemakers to enjoy a cold beer after a long day of tasting wine. In the case of veteran winemaker David "Merf" Merfeld, this saying rings true in more ways than one.

11/10/17

Military vets choose viticulture and enology programs more than other fields

11/09/17

October was relatively cool and wet north, while warm and very dry south. Dry conditions and high winds fanned devastating fires across California. Growing season heat accumulation ended up near average in eastern Washington/Oregon, while 5-20% up elsewhere. Degree-day totals for 2017 ended up similar to 2013, 2014, and 2016 for most locations.

11/09/17

Washington state is proposing changes to how winery wastewater is handled. And that could mean consumers are in for some "bottle shock" when their favorite Washington wine gets more expensive.

11/09/17

Boise native Melanie Krause wowed the judges with her Cinder Wines 2016 Off-Dry Riesling. The graduate of Washington State University who trained and made wine at Chateau Ste. Michelle more than a decade ago said her participation in last year's international Riesling conference staged by her former employer played a role.

11/09/17

Over 11,450 individual blocks of fruit information from approximately 1,300 growers who reported one or more blocks of tree fruit or grapes were tabulated.

11/08/17

"With great sadness, we would like to inform you that Patricia Green has passed away unexpectedly at the age of 62. She was at her home in Roseburg, Oregon when she was found. There is no way to convey this message without the heartache and loss that we feel here at the winery."

11/08/17

The body of the cofounder of Patricia Green Cellars and former Torii Mor winemaker was found inside her cabin retreat

11/08/17

Joe Dobbs is stepping aside to let team take the lead, spend more time with family, and grow a new company - Dundee Mobile Bottlers

11/07/17

Although the nearly 3,000 tons harvested by Idaho vineyards in 2016 was able to buffer last winter's losses, southwestern Idaho wineries are struggling to source local grapes after a devastating harvest

11/06/17

A late season wildfire just northwest of Wenatchee, Wash., burned about 1,100 acres of federal and private grassland and did about $50,000 to $100,000 worth of damage to an apple orchard.

11/06/17

The number of agricultural employers in Idaho who applied for the H-2A guest worker program rose 32 percent.

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