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Fruit Grower ReportAfter a very rough 2020, the two words being used to describe an incredible rebound in 2021, according to the Oregon Wine Boards Sarah Murdoch, is recover and resiliency.
California Ag TodayThe University of California Davis is building a special greenhouse to protect the future of America’s wine grape industry.
Fruit Grower ReportKontos Cellars would be a great place to stop the next time you're in Walla Walla and hoping to taste some of the "local" wines made there.
Fruit Grower ReportPay no attention to the name, Dead Crow wines are creative and tasty!
Fruit Grower ReportThe Walls is a winery in, no surprise, Walla Walla that founder Mike Martin says can be a Wonderful Nightmare!
Fruit Grower ReportTrevor Hertrich talks to us about their creative wines at Idiot's Grace in the Columbia River gorge.
The Agribusiness UpdateWinery tasting rooms and agritourism reopening in California, and efforts are underway in the Dominican Republic to prevent the spread of African Swine Fever.
Fruit Grower ReportThis year's 34th Annual Auction of Washington Wines, the first-ever Hybrid event, will be held next month.
Fruit Grower ReportSte. Michelle Wine Estates, Washington state's largest wine maker, has been sold to a New York company.
Fruit Grower ReportThanks to last summer's wildfires, Woodinville's Betz Family Winery makes the unfortunate decision to produce NO 2020 vintages.
California Ag TodayFires have prompted many in the winegrape industry to rethink how they want to handle smoke-affected vineyards.
Fruit Grower ReportSte. Michelle Estates has a wine that everyone, good and bad alike, can enjoy, called Prayers for Sinners and Saints.
Fruit Grower ReportA Walla Walla winery, The Walls, is a play on words based on a rather large facility on the outskirts of town, the State Penitentiary.