• Adelsheim Vineyard promotes Hennen to replace Paige as winemaker

    NEWBERG, Ore. – Oregon’s iconic Adelsheim Vineyard makes just the fourth winemaking change in its 45-year history when it announces today the promotion of Gina Hennen to succeed Dave Paige, Great Northwest Wine has learned. Paige, 55,...

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  • Visit Walla Walla, wineries team up to land 2018 Wine Bloggers Conference

    WALLA WALLA, Wash. – It’s been seven years since the group first descended upon the Walla Walla Valley, but the Wine Bloggers Conference will be back at the historic Marcus Whitman Hotel in October 2018. Officials said...

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  • Oregon wine industry raises $830,000 for ¡Salud! healthcare

    NEWBERG, Ore. — Winemaking luminaries Lynn and Ron Penner-Ash and Rollin Soles shared the spotlight as the ¡Salud! 26th Oregon Pinot Noir Auction Weekend raised $830,000 to provide healthcare for vineyard workers. “This was our second-highest generating...

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  • Oregon Tempranillo Celebration set for move to Portland

    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...

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  • Adam Campbell is the second-generation winemaker for Elk Cove Vineyards in Gaston, Ore. This spring, his family launched Pike Road Wines, a consumer-priced line of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from the Willamette Valley.
    Pinot Gris by Oregon’s Pike Road tops fifth annual Great Northwest Invitational

    HOOD RIVER, Ore. – Second-generation winemaker Adam Campbell ranks among the West Coast elite with his award-winning work for Elk Cove Vineyards with cool-climate reds and whites in the Willamette Valley. This week, he raised the profile...

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  • Melanie Krause, Cinder Wines use Riesling to top Idaho Wine Competition

    CALDWELL, Idaho – An off-dry Riesling from one of the Pacific Northwest’s top winemakers won best of show Tuesday afternoon at the eighth annual Idaho Wine Competition. Boise native Melanie Krause wowed the judges with her Cinder...

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  • Santo takes over for Munnell at Mercer Estates

    PROSSER, Wash. – One product of Washington State University and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is taking over for another at Mercer Estates as Jeremy Santo has replaced Jessica Munnell as head winemaker. Munnell took Mercer to new...

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  • Canadian giant Peller to acquire Black Hills, Gray Monk, Tinhorn

    Canadian giant Andrew Peller Limited announced today that it has entered agreements to purchase Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, Black Hills Estate Winery and Gray Monk Estate Winery – three of British Columbia’s most important wineries. The publicly traded...

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  • Oregon Wine Experience raises $1.02 million for children’s health care

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Wine lovers, the Oregon wine industry and volunteer efforts by the Asante Foundation combined to raise a record $1,024,525 for children’s health care in Southern Oregon via the 2017 Oregon Wine Experience. The centerpiece...

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  • Little rain in sight for smoke-choked Northwest vineyards

    McMINNVILLE, Ore. – This corner of the United States could use a long cooling rain to drown the scores of wildlife raging on both sides of the Cascades and creating a smoky veil around Pacific Northwest vineyards....

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