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Long, hard freeze worries Idaho wine industry
Grape growers and winemakers in the Snake River Valley enjoyed a record vintage in 2012, but a string of days with single-digit temperatures in January has the Idaho wine industry worried about bud damage in 2013. “We...
- Posted February 6, 2013
Southern Oregon winery to open wine bar in McMinnville
MCMINNVILLE, Ore. — Spangler Vineyards in Southern Oregon’s Umpqua Valley is scheduled to open a wine bar next month in downtown McMinnville. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has approved and posted the application today on the new...
- Posted February 5, 2013
14 Hands to get tasting room in Prosser; Snoqualmie moves to Columbia Crest
PROSSER, Wash. – Ste. Michelle Wine Estates announced this morning that it will move production of Snoqualmie Vineyards to Columbia Crest in Paterson and will rechristen the Prosser location as the tasting room for 14 Hands Vineyards....
- Posted February 4, 2013
Charting Washington wine’s big four grapes
When the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its annual snapshot of the Washington wine grape harvest Friday, a few interesting statistics stood out. Most prominent was how the top four grapes in the state stand apart from...
- Posted February 4, 2013
Precept, House Wine help returning American soldiers
SEATTLE – House Wine, a brand started by Walla Walla’s Charles Smith and now marketed and distributed nationally by Precept Wines in Seattle, will spend all of this year helping returning American soldiers. House Wine has teamed...
- Posted February 3, 2013
Washington wine harvest a record in 2012
Washington winemakers are seeing red after the 2012 harvest. According to U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics released Friday afternoon, Washington crushed 188,000 tons of wine grapes last fall, easily surpassing 2010’s record of 160,000 tons. And for...
- Posted February 2, 2013
Book review: Dishing Up Oregon
One of the truly great things about living in the Pacific Northwest is the bounty of food we have – and that includes wine, an agricultural gift of nature. Let’s face it. Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and...
- Posted January 31, 2013
Westport Winery launches new label – Maritime Wines
ABERDEEN, Wash. – Westport Winery has added another group of wines to its already extensive lineup. The coastal Washington winery that has wowed consumers and critics alike since launching in 2008 has increased the number of wines...
- Posted January 30, 2013
Lake Roosevelt winemaker strips pretense from wine, food
SPOKANE, Wash. – Sports-loving winemaker Michael Haig is a big fan of singer Jimmy Buffett, and ‘Tin Cup Chalice’ could have been written for the quarterback of Whitestone Vineyard & Winery near Spokane. “He has a tin...
- Posted January 29, 2013
Seven Falls a new project for Ste. Michelle’s Doug Gore
For more than 20 years, Doug Gore was head winemaker for Columbia Crest, turning the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates property into the Northwest’s largest winery. In 2003, he handed the reins to Ray Einberger and became the...
- Posted January 28, 2013