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UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 30, 2019, 6:50 p.m.

Pullman’s only winery under investigation for illegal gambling

Pullman’s only winery is under investigation for illegal gambling for possessing a craps table.

Water and wine make a perfect pairing in Oregon’s Willamette Valley

Standing at the bow of a little rowboat and chatting with my two companions, I realize I’m not just fly-fishing Oregon’s famed McKenzie River, I’m also a student in a …

A yacht, cocaine, prostitutes: Winery partly owned by Rep. Devin Nunes sued after fundraiser event

In 2015, Alene Anase was asked by her employer Alpha Omega Winery to serve guests as part of a charity cruise on the San Francisco Bay. But what she expected …

Cork problem shelves 2015 Cayuse wines

A world-class Walla Walla Valley winery is withholding release of many of its 2015 products due to a cork problem.

UPDATED: Tue., March 21, 2017, 11:12 p.m.

Hutterites sue Walla Walla winery over $19,000 in grapes

A lawsuit claims Patit Creek Cellars, which has a wine tasting room in downtown Spokane, hasn’t paid for more than 14 tons of grapes valued at nearly $19,000.

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 17, 2017, 3:10 p.m.

Nodland Cellars closing downtown Spokane tasting room; Terra Blanca will take it over

Nodland Cellars has sold its downtown Spokane tasting room in the Chronicle Building, according to owner and winemaker Tim Nodland.

Doug Clark: Spokane’s trendiest spots share one thing – Mark Camp

I’m an hour into my trek through the historic “Washington Cracker Co.” building, 304 W. Pacific Ave., and it appears my impish tour guide has saved the funhouse part like …

Emvy Cellars shows Devotion to winemaking

Emvy Cellars was born under the wing of Grande Ronde Cellars and alongside Bridge Press Cellars. Valerie and Mark Wilkerson started their small winery in 2002 with help from winemakers …

Mountain Dome, Townshend a nice blend

For 20 years, it has been possible to ring in the New Year with sparkling wines made in the shadow of Mount Spokane. Mountain Dome Winery was started in 1984 …

Arbor Crest raises toast to 30 years

Kristina Mielke-van Löben Sels was 12 when Arbor Crest Wine Cellars was born. Her first memory of the family winery was sitting around the table of her California home with …

Haigs embrace view from Whitestone

Twenty years ago, Walter and Judy Haig were entertaining friends on the deck of their Lake Roosevelt summer home when the conversation turned to the history of their 1,000-acre property. …

Cougar Crest Winery let creativity guide winemaking

As a pharmacist, Debbie Hansen’s job was straightforward: Provide the right pill in the right dose to the right patient at the right time. Winemaking is different.

Toast to the future: Once just a single winery, the Spokane region’s wine industry is now flourishing

The bar at the downtown tasting room shared by Grande Ronde, Mountain Dome and others was three people deep on a recent Saturday. Enthusiastic fans were swirling glasses, sniffing and …

Overbluff Cellars joins Spokane winery scene

The Spokane Winery Association is welcoming sweet 16 this year. Overbluff Cellars joins the growing number of Spokane wineries for the first time at this year’s spring barrel tasting. The …

Barili Cellars opens with team approach

There’s a new winery that isn’t on the official Spokane tour map this weekend. Barili Cellars recently began pouring wines and will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday to introduce …

Grande Ronde Cellar’s 2003 merlot a rating success

Grande Ronde Cellars of Spokane is continuing its success in making wines that are well-regarded on an international level. The current issue of Wine Spectator Magazine gives Grande Ronde a …