January 24, 2022 – A new scholarship targeting the future generation of women in Washington wine was announced today by
The industry has been developing a Washington winegrape sustainability certification program. A pilot program begins this fall, and industry committees
[July 28, 2021] – The Washington Wine Industry Foundation hosted the 21st annual Wine Cup® in Walla Walla raising over
Over the past few years, the Foundation was awarded grant funds to facilitate a national certification standards working group tasked
The Bill Powers Sabbatical was developed by employees of Badger Mountain Vineyard and Powers Winery in honor of Bill Powers.
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