The Oregon Wine Symposium is next week! Here is some information you will need before you arrive. Symposium Location Oregon Convention Center Exhibit Halls B - C and Oregon Ballrooms 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 97232 Please note: This year's Symposium will be held in different exhibit halls than in the past. [...]
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The PDX Urban Wineries Association invites all members of the Oregon wine industry to join them for the 6th annual industry wine tasting on Feb. 22 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at Enso Winery. This tasting is a great time to unwind after the Oregon Wine Symposium and have a chance to check out what [...]
A group of Malbec producers are forming the Oregon Malbec Association. The goal of the association is to promote Oregon Malbec in all aspects, from advancing vineyard management and winemaking techniques, to developing and nurturing production and sales in both domestic and international markets. If you are interested in learning more or becoming a member, contact [...]
Join Minnesota Monthly’s 23rd Annual Food and Wine Experience in Minneapolis, MN. Taking place Mar. 4 - 5, this two-day upscale culinary sampling event is a great opportunity to showcase your brand to more than 5,500 wine enthusiasts and grow your sales in the upper Midwest. Registration is closing soon so contact Jamie Flaws for more [...]
In the Pacific Northwest, recent warmer spring and summer temperatures have led to: Earlier harvests Early fall frosts before vines are fully dormant Generally mild winters with several cold snaps Sharp declines in temperature through early spring. These heat and cold extremes can be damaging to grapevines, impact fruit quality and influence winemaking decisions. Attend [...]
The third annual Southern Oregon Grape Symposium is scheduled for Mar. 14. The program will be held at Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center in Central Point. The cost to attend is $25 for members and $50 for non-members. Click here to view a list of speakers and topics or to register.
The State of Oregon’s WorkSource Yamhill is hosting an agricultural labor laws training forum for growers, farm labor contractors, agricultural supervisors and crew leaders on federal and state labor and safety requirements on Feb. 23 in McMinnville. This free training will be offered in English and Spanish to help you protect you and your migrant, seasonal [...]
The 2017 Official Oregon Wine Touring Guide is printing today. Now is your chance to pre-order a box of this comprehensive 88-page magazine for your tasting room. This guide is full of compelling editorial, beautiful photography, six regional itineraries and – importantly – tasting room listings with maps that have been redesigned to improve the user experience. [...]
Dear friends, We’re one week away from the 2017 Oregon Wine Symposium. Tickets are still available and Oregon Winegrowers Association members can still capture their discounts. This year, an all-access Symposium ticket includes the networking reception event on Feb. 21, which will be held on-site at the Convention Center to make it easier for all to [...]
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Oregon Wine Symposium. The Oregon Wine Board relies on the constructive feedback and perspectives of attendees to build a valuable experience for all who participate year after year. The link to the post-Symposium survey has been emailed to all attendees. Everyone who attended the Symposium and completes [...]