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Fruit Grower ReportIt will have a decidedly different look to it, but Taste Washington Wine Month is here for the entire month of March.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Wine Commission President Steve Warner reflects on the cancellation of Taste Washington due to coronavirus.
Fruit Grower ReportCorliss Estates makes a wine you might want to "squirrel" away.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Pears may take a little ripening when you bring them home, but they are so worth the wait.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportTaste Washington Day kicks off Farm to School Month on Tuesday, October 2nd.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington blueberry harvest is in full swing and the fruit appears to be in excellent shape.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOregon State University researchers are on the cutting edge of a critical study of the flavor contributions from different varieties of barley in craft brewing.
Fruit Grower ReportProprietary Variety Management Marketing Director Kathryn Grandy talks about the much-anticipated Cosmic Crisp apple debut later this year.
Fruit Grower ReportOne of the stranger named wines I saw at the Taste Washington in Seattle last week was "Dead Crow."
Fruit Grower ReportTaste Washington, the granddaddy of all wine events kicks off this week.
Fruit Grower ReportMarch is Taste Washington Wine Month and the celebration has begun!