June 28, 2022 — The Washington Wine Industry Foundation awarded $46,000 in scholarship to six students pursuing higher education in
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation awarded $41,000 in scholarships to seven students pursuing higher education in viticulture and enology. The
The Washington wine industry has been hard at work developing its own statewide winegrape certification program.
In February, the Washington wine industry lost a friend and respected innovator in the agriculture and grape communities. To honor
With much industry input, the process has been long but filled with intentional discussion, critical analysis, and an honest assessment
The Foundation facilitates projects for the Washington wine industry based on the challenges or needs of the industry. The resulting
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is accepting applications for the 2021 Powers Sabbatical. The Bill Powers Sabbatical Fund awards up
Golfers wearing masks raised over $45,000 for the Washington wine industry at the 20th Anniversary Wine Cup® Golf Tournament. Proceeds
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation announced today that two legendary names will develop the next wine in their “Collaboration Series”.