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Fruit Grower ReportVital Wines, known for helping vineyard and cellar workers with healthcare needs, is behind a fundraiser called "A Day at Home" to help workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fruit Grower ReportLooking at wine from a different angle at Upsidedown Wine in Hood River, Oregon.
Fruit Grower ReportA winery with a different kind of name.
Fruit Grower ReportWalla Walla's Vital Wines is dedicated to helping wine industry employees get healthcare.
Fruit Grower ReportWalla Walla's L'Ecole No. 41 Winery is tabbed by Wine & Spirits Magazine as one of the world's Top 100 for the 15th time.
Fruit Grower ReportOregon winery, Upsidedown Wines, takes on the craft from a different perspective.
Fruit Grower ReportThe inspiration for different wine labels varies, but "Idiot's Grace" was stuck in the winemakers head.
Fruit Grower ReportDead Crow may be an unusual name for a wine label, but that does not translate to the taste.
Fruit Grower ReportSpoke with "The Walls" winery founder Mike Martin about some of their unusually named, but delicious, varieties.
Fruit Grower ReportWalla Walla-based Vital Wines doing what it can for local wine employees and their healthcare.
Fruit Grower ReportOne of the stranger named wines I saw at the Taste Washington in Seattle last week was "Dead Crow."
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue visits with Washington producers in Richland with message of communicating the great stories of farmers and ranchers.