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The Great Pacific Northwest; Washington State

Every student of wine knows that next to California, Washington state produces the most vitis vinifera wine in the country. In 1987 there were fewer than 100 wineries in Washington. 444 more words

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Force Majeure

Keith and Kimberly speak with Paul Mcbride of Force Majeure Vineyards

Enjoy the Show !

http://wineguystv.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/force-majeure.mp3

Force Majeure holds estate vineyards in Washington state’s Red Mountain AVA. 307 more words

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The Black Prince and the Fifth Element: Walla Walla Wine Renaissance

This is the last in a series of columns about Walla Walla’s wine industry. I previously proposed that Walla Walla has “come of age” as a leading wine region. 1,101 more words

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{Wine Wednesday} Happy Washington Wine Month!

August is Washington Wine Month and you know I’m going to celebrate!

We started off our Washington Wine Month with a bottle of the 2011 Sundance red blend from… 221 more words

Drinky Drinky

Walla Walla's Next Step: The SeVein Vineyard Project

Previous columns have argued that a critical mass of wine energy has indeed been reached in Walla Walla and it is interesting to watch ways the four groups I identified, Pioneers, Next Generation, Foreign Legion and Millennials, compete, cooperate and collectively build the region’s reputation. 559 more words

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Walla Walla: Pioneers, Next Gen, Foreign Legion & Millennials

Harvard business professor Michael Porter famously conceived of a “cluster” theory of “competitive advantage.” It isn’t one thing that makes a regional industry successful, he said, but rather it involves the dynamic interaction of a network of forces and factors that, when they come together, create an environment where all are successful. 939 more words

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Small community for intimate weddings, Prosser Washington

Prosser Washington is located in the Southeastern part of Washington State.  It boasts 300 days of sunshine and overall, the weather is consider fairly mild.  Summers days can get warm, up to 100 degrees but this is typically in late July and the weather does cool down in the evening which is important if you are having an outdoor wedding. 135 more words

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