Eighteen years ago, Chemeketa Community College established its Northwest Wine Studies Center in the Eola Hills west of Salem. Since then, its students and workshop attendees have learned everything from food and wine pairing to managing entire vineyard...
The winery released a unique bottle called Blackout for the solar eclipse.
The O’Briens planted the first 5 acres of grapes, and then more, as they could afford it. By
Walla Walla Vintners was the eighth winery to open in the area.
There was a learning curve in the beginning, vineyard owner Chris Shown says.
“This gives opportunity to sell them other newly released wines or let them know of events at the winery,” winemaker Jim Bopp says.
Cody Wright chose downtown Dundee, Ore., for a new winery and tasting room
Many newer winemakers who can’t afford to grow their own grapes are searching for unusual or alternative varietals to help their businesses stand out.
Rick DiFerrari took a trip to Europe in 1992, where he ended up visiting a couple of cooperages in France. Intrigued by the intersection of forestry and viticulture, he ended up extending his trip by a year and a half, taking on an apprenticeship at a...
Puget Sound AVA’s 45 or so wineries are a small portion of the state’s more than 900 wineries.
Chuck McKahn, 28, fermented his first batch of wine on his own in 2014.
Steve Dutton is the president of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau and has served on the board for 13 years.
Students across the state can take classes in growing grapes, making wine.
At numerical look at California and Washington, the top two wine-producing states in the U.S.