Washington Wine Talks Street Food

The Washington State Wine Commission launched a new video series that pairs Washington wine with street food. Produced in partnership with Spark Creative and hosted by Walla Walla-based Chef Andrae Bopp of AK’s Mercado, The WA Wine + Food Show brings Washington winemakers to a (mobile) kitchen for a day of food prepping and wine pairing. “When […]

Washington Wine Rolls Out New Website, Mobile App

The Washington State Wine Commission launched a New Website and mobile app just in time for Washington Wine Month. Digital Programs Manager Bretty Rawson said they are very excited about their latest venture. “It’s essentially Washington wine country in your back pocket. It’s the guide to your next glass, so you can create and share itineraries with […]

Wine Minute: How To Address Powdery Mildew

Washington State University’s Dr. Michelle Moyer talks about efforts to make sure growers have all the needed tools to address powdery mildew now and into the future. If you have a story idea for the PNW Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail [email protected]

Goose Gap Named Washington’s Newest AVA

Washington now has 19 American Viticultural Areas. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau made the announcement last week. The Goose Gap AVA is made up of 8,129 acres, wholly located within the Yakima Valley AVA and the larger Columbia Valley AVA. There are currently 1,800 acres of wine grapes split between two commercial […]

Washington Nears 20 AVAs With Recent Announcements

Earlier this year, the state of Washington was awarded two additional AVAs, or American Vinicultural Areas. White Bluffs and The Burn of Columbia Valley are now officially defined as designated wine grape-growing regions. To qualify for this designation, a region must be unique and distinguishable by features like climate, soil, elevation and physical features to […]