Wine In The News

Tempranillo Makes It’s Way to the Northwest


THEOLYMPIAN.COM – Though relatively little tempranillo is planted in the Pacific Northwest, the red Spanish variety is finding a lot of love with winemakers, grape growers and wine lovers alike. The first Northwest tempranillo was planted in 1993 in Washington’s Yakima …

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Wine Lobbyists Won’t Toast Donald Trump


THEDAILYBEAST.COM – Donald Trump has boasted about the success of his Charlottesville winery, but the policies he has promoted on the campaign trail could cause his profits to wither on the vine. And that’s precisely why Big Wine is dreading the …

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Oregon Wineries Losing Their Local Flavor


KOIN.COM – According to the Oregon Wine Board, an increasing number of Oregon wineries and vineyards have changed hands over the past 3 years. Companies from France, Washington and California are attracted to the popularity of Oregon’s award winning Pinot Noir, …

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eBay Opening Online Wine Shop


FORBES.COM – eBay recently announced that it is launching a new destination on its platform called eBay Wine where users can browse for a wide selection of wines including collectibles, rare and everyday wines for all occasions and purchase them online. …

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