M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK) on Thursday announced it has launched a promotion with Washington's Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance for travellers using Walla Walla Regional Airport.
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WW stands for Walla Walla (Washington)
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- Wenatchee Valley Youth Soccer Association (Washington)
- West Virginia Youth Science Camp
- West Valley Youth Soccer League (California)
- Western Volcanic Zone (geology)
- Wet Verontreiniging Zeewater (Dutch: Seawater Pollution Act)
- Wirtschaftliche Vereinigung Zucker (German)
- Wirtschafts-Verkehrs-Zentrum (German: Economic Trade Center)
- World Vision Zambia (development organization; World Vision International)
- Bmibaby (IATA airline code)
- Wacky Wednesday
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AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK) on Thursday announced it has launched a promotion with Washington's Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance for travellers using Walla Walla Regional Airport.
Made with fruit from the Walla Walla valley in Washington State, the 2003 vintage wine may not emit the aroma of molten metal and plaster, but the story behind it has its roots in metalcasting.
The decade has taken Abbott, along with a burgeoning group of other makers (there were fewer than 10 wineries in the Walla Walla Valley AVA then and nearly 60 now), to graduate-level contributions to the science: from the basics--convincing growers that fewer tons of grapes per acre mean better wine in the end (counterintuitive for farmers used to growing apples and the like)--to complex experiments with grape varieties and trellising systems in myriad microclimates in the valley.
The Walla Walla Valley Winegrowers, a group of Washington state wineries and grapegrowers, petitioned the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) to increase the size of the Walla Walla appellation, an area in eastern Washington and Oregon particularly noted for its red wines.