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Goose Gap Is Washington’s 19th American Viticultural Area

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Goose Gap features east-west orientation with vineyards on north and northeast slopes SEATTLE (June 30, 2021)—Goose Gap is Washington’s newest American Viticultural Area (AVA). The...

Afternoon Brief, June 18th

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U.S. Imports of French Wine And Spirits Soar: After French drinks export shipments to the U.S. dropped significantly in 2020 due to tariffs—whose five-year suspension was announced this past Tuesday—exports have been rebounding strongly in the first four months of 2021...

Registration Open for WAVEx Webinar: Working with High pH Wines  

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Webinar will share information to help guide winemakers when fermenting high pH musts.  SEATTLE (June 17, 2021) – Washington winemakers are invited to hear insights...

Afternoon Brief, June 16th

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Alcohol Consumption in US Up to Highest Levels Since 2002: Alcohol consumption in the US was up by 2% last year, marking its largest gain since 2002, new data from IWSR Drinks Market Analysis has revealed...

Washington Adds Two American Viticultural Areas

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White Bluffs and The Burn of Columbia Valley bring total number of Washington AVAs to 18 SEATTLE (June 16, 2021) — Washington has two new...

Afternoon Brief, May 14th

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The Future of Wine Post-COVID: Five Trends to Watch: From e-commerce to lower alcohol products, Jamie Williams, managing partner at London advertising agency isobel, explores five post-COVID trends to watch in the wine industry...

Registration Open for WAVEx: Powdery Mildew Webinar

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Webinar will share innovative technology with potential to control powdery mildew. SEATTLE (May 13, 2021) – Washington wine grape growers are invited to learn about...

Afternoon Brief, April 27th

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US Wine Sales Set to Skyrocket: Strap yourselves in, US wine industry, because you're on a rocket ship that's about to blast off. That's the prediction from industry analyst Rob McMillan, and it's notable because McMillan has become best known in recent years for his gloomy long-term forecasts for wine...

Washington State Wine Commission Allocates $1 Million+ for Research

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Leading-edge projects tackle challenges facing Washington’s wine industry. SEATTLE (April 27, 2021) – For the fifth consecutive year, the Washington State Wine Commission (WSWC) awarded...

Taste Washington 2021 Wraps up with a Plan to Resume in...

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Taste Washington 2022 announced for March 17-20 April 5th - SEATTLE – Taste Washington and Taste Washington Wine Month kept the spirit of the annual wine...

Afternoon Brief, March 18th

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Duckhorn Debuts on New York Stock Exchange: Trading begins at $18.60 for Napa Valley–based luxury wine brand portfolio. Can it gain capital from an IPO while avoiding the pitfalls of public wine corporations?...

Washington Wine Reports Smaller Harvest, Good Quality in 2020

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Annual wine production report shows 178,500 tons of grapes were harvested in 2020. SEATTLE (March 18, 2021)—Washington’s wine grape crop may have been smaller in...

Afternoon Brief, March 9th

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Growing Forward: A Look to the Future for Winegrowers: The disastrous wildfires, smoke damage and the worldwide pandemic may have been the painful medicine to bring balance back to the grape and wine market and position the industry for a healthier future with valuable lessons learned...

The Benefits of Washington Wine’s Research Program Are Far-Reaching

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SEATTLE (March 9, 2021) – The Washington wine industry, five years into its stepped up investment in research, is well on its way to...

Afternoon Brief, March 8th

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Sonoma County Growers’ Eyes Are on the Skies as Vineyards Push Towards Bud Break: As the calendar changes to March, Sonoma County vineyards are starting to awaken following a long, dry winter...