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This summer’s Auction of Washington Wines will be unlike any in its 33-year history as the marquee week in August transitions to virtual events, but it has already been a time of appreciation and reflection for Rob Mercer and his storied farming family.
Auction of Washington Wines’ 2019 Honorary Grower Scott Williams of Kiona Vineyards is hosting a Vineyard Dinner in Benton City on Friday. Guests will enjoy Kiona’s award-winning wines paired with dishes from Fat Olives.
Husband-and-wife Greg and Margo Shelman opened their Craftsman Cellars tasting room six months ago in Kendall Yards.
It’s a banner year for winemakers and wine drinkers: The Washington State Wine Commission says 2012 will be the largest grape crush ever, with 190,000 tons of grapes harvested. A big beneficiary of that boom is Spokane Valley manufacturer Spokane Industries.
KALAMA, Wash. – Bennu Glass has secured the financing and permits needed to reopen the shuttered Kalama wine bottle factory and will start hiring employees in January, company officials said Wednesday. “We’ve got people to hire, people to train and equipment to turn on,” said Jerry Lemieux, CEO of Bennu Glass.
Judging from steady sales increases over the past five years, wine and its cultural trappings are sinking deep roots around the Inland Northwest. For proof, look at Vino, a small downtown Spokane wine shop. Opened in 1995, the company just closed registration in its wine-of-the-month club. Membership has mushroomed from 148 to 1,005 members, most of them local. And there's a waiting list of wine lovers eager to get in. Club sales are among one of the big reasons the shop is on track this year to overtake its own $1 million annual sales record set last fiscal year, said Nancy Sazama, a store owner.