Contest to name cold-tolerant variety a seedless ‘Concord’-type berry runs through July 31.
Apples, cherries, and pears are also threatened by Tobacco Ringspot Virus, a pathogen never before seen in Washington state.
California Association of Winegrape Growers says because winegrapes are grown for processing, they should be exempt from produce safety rule.
California Association of Winegrape Growers Foundation awards $30,000 in student scholarships.
It’s a costly defect, but learning what causes berry scarring can help you prevent it.
Follow these suggestions to help reduce disease pressure in your vineyard.
An automated grapevine pruner hopes may help slash labor costs.
New name and logo better reflects the evolution of the state’s industry, as more growers have wineries.
While some feeding habits have been recognized, there’s still a learning curve with this enigmatic invasive pest.
Growing conditions in the East are breeding grounds for pathogens, and coupled with highly susceptible Vitis vinifera cultivars proves to make sustainable grape growing practices a challenge.
While consumers might be ready to fork over more for organic produce, study says the feeling isn’t quite the same when it comes to the adult beverage.
New president brings experience in wine industry communications.
An economist and a plant pathologist team up to help growers understand the threshold for action when a vine is diagnosed with the virus.
‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ is the leading grape variety, accounting for more than a quarter of the total harvest.
Sonoma County Winegrowers eyes 2019 to become the U.S.’s first completely sustainable wine region.
California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance updates certification program, shows sustainability is important part of wine trade.
Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers unveils new identity at convention, now known as Washington Winegrowers Association.