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03/22/17

A lawsuit claims Patit Creek Cellars, which has a wine tasting room in downtown Spokane, hasn't paid for more than 14 tons of grapes valued at nearly $19,000.

03/22/17

The judging attracted 948 from Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Idaho. Twenty-one wine professionals from across the Pacific Northwest will serve as judges for the next three days.

03/22/17

This year's can't-miss wines, plus some valuable survival skills.

03/21/17

The handcrafted wines of Goose Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery will be labeled with handcrafted designs by Walla Walla artist Todd Telander.

03/21/17

DANCIN Vineyards, www.dancinvineyards.com, an ultra-premium producer of Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Barbera and Port-style wines near Jacksonville, Ore., is Wine Press Northwest magazine's 2017 "Oregon Winery of the Year."

03/21/17

Matt Freeman has been hired for the newly-created position of Northwest Regional Sales Manager. His primary responsibilities will be sales and promotion in Oregon & Idaho.

03/21/17

Some of Washington's oldest vines are in the state's newest American Viticultural Area.

03/21/17

A Washington winery that sources its grapes from Eastern Washington and turns them into wine in Woodinville is opening a new tasting room in Walla Walla

03/20/17

Alex Gambal, owner of Maison Alex Gambal winery, majored in History from UNC Chapel Hill and began a career in real estate in Washington DC. Gambal attended viticulture school in Beaune and decided to move to Burgundy, a region in France, in 1993

03/17/17

Southern Oregon boasts an appealing wine region near Medford, with more than 150 wineries producing 70 varieties of wine. If you're planning a trip to Crater Lake or Ashland's Oregon Shakespeare Festival, add a day or two to your itinerary and explore some wineries, too. Here are five great spots to try

03/15/17

New clonal material, a change in picking times and greater co-operation between producers is behind Oregon's current Chardonnay drive says one winemaker.

03/14/17

Washington State University professor shares research; online program launches

03/14/17

Named 'Corsair' after the WWII and Korean War fighter-bomber (there is an old air base nearby)*, the new winery will have a 2,000 ton crush capacity with the potential to handle more in future as required

03/13/17

Since 2011, Washington state has been the only state to be without any substantial tourism funding or a tourism office. That has hurt small communities such as Prosser that are in competition with wine country communities in states with sizable tourism budgets. Oregon, home to several wine regions, has a budget of $19.4 million. California, which has nationwide recognition for its wine regions, has a budget of nearly $120 million. Out of several Western U.S. states, only Idaho - with a nearly $5 million budget - has an annual tourism marketing budget of less than $10 million.

03/13/17

Mercer Canyons agrees to pay $1.2 million to former workers | Local | yakimaherald.com

03/13/17

Richard DeScenzo listed a number of factors related to the meteorological conditions Washington experienced during the 2016 growing season. Each helps illustrate why vintage matters.

03/13/17

The Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved the installation of an additional vineyard site on the west side of campus

03/13/17

The Oregon Department of Economic Analysis says software employment was up by 6,900 jobs between January 2008 and September 2016. But the alcohol industry was up by 7,400 jobs during the same time span

03/13/17

The Walla Walla County Planning Commission will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday to discuss a conditional use permit application by Revelry Vintners to build and operate a 10,000-square-foot winery on Peppers Bridge Road south of Amavi Cellars.

03/13/17

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