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Our Work for the Industry Benefits Every Winery in Washington

The Washington Wine Institute (WWI) is THE leading advocate for Washington wineries. For two decades, we have united the dynamic and diverse wineries across this state to ensure the collective strength of our industry's voice is heard in Olympia.

Every legislative session, we work side by side with state lawmakers to shape legislative and regulatory policy decisions that impact the Washington wine industry. We strive to protect the industry's needs, while promoting its tremendous growth and our work has delivered invaluable results for Washington wineries throughout the years.

As Washington wine laws are changing rapidly, it's now more important than ever that wineries stand united in Olympia! Learn more about our membership benefits and join the hundreds of wineries that have chosen to have their voices heard!









   Announcements                        
7.28.2017  WWI News and Updates: July 2017 - The Legislature Finishes an Historic Third Special Session Without a Capital Budget or Rural Water Access Fix / WWI Welcomes New and Returning WWI Board Members! / WWI and Washington Winegrowers Association Jointly Host Liquor and Cannabis Board Education Seminars in Major Wine Regions / Transparancy in Music Licensing and Ownership Act Introduced in Congress / 2017 2nd Annual Grape and Wine Caucus is coming to Yakima Tuesday November 14 / LCB Education Minute: Social Media Do's and Don'ts / Associate Member Spotlight: Cascade Earth Sciences / Common Wine Label Application Errors...

6.27.2017  WWI News and Updates: June 2017 - The Legislature Begins a Third Special Session / WWI and Washington Winegrowers Association Jointly Host Liquor and Cannabis Board Education Seminars / WWI's Wine Shipping Partner FedEx Launches Temperature Control Shipping in Washington State / 2017 Grape and Wine Issues Caucus To Be Held November 14 in Yakima / NAFTA Modernization: WineAmerica Fighting Hard for a More Equitable Set of Canadian Trade Relationships / Why the FDA is Inspecting Wineries / Common Wine Label Application Errors / Associate Member Spotlight: Moss Adams / WAVEx Wine Research Seminar Heads to Woodinville and Walla Walla...

5.31.2017  WWI News and Updates: May 2017 - The First Special Session for 2017 ends without a Budget Deal / Winery Wastewater Discharge Draft General Permit / WWI's Wine Shipping Partner FedEx Launches Temperature Control Shipping / WWI and WWA Jointly to Host Liquor and Cannabis Board Education Seminars / WWI Annual Membership Meeting June 20 in Prosser / WWI Launches new Political Action Committee / Why the FDA is Inspecting Wineries / WAVEx Wine Research Seminar / President Trump's Budget Includes Massive Cuts to Essential Wine Programs / WAWTG Fermentation Symposium and Tasting at Walter Clore Center June 14...

5.23.2017  Winery Wastewater General Permit Draft: New Concise Documents Available for Review and Comment...

5.2.2017  WWI News and Updates: May 2017 - 2017 Session Moves into Special Session / WWI Pushes Two Priority Bills to the Governor's Desk / Help Us Shape the 2017 Grape and Wine Issues Caucus / Reminder: Fill Out the DOR Annual Tax Incentive Survey / WWI Launches new Political Action Committee WA Wine PAC / WFIA/WWI Workers Compensation Program Returns Over $4 million / WWI Annual Membership Meetings Announced / Winery Wastewater Discharge Draft General Permit / FDA Delays Nutritional Labeling Requirements / Elimination of Federal Bond Requirement for Small Wineries...

4.14.2017  Winery Wastewater General Permit Draft Released For Comment...

 


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