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Book review: A Vineyard in Napa
When John Shafer uprooted his family in 1973 in Chicago and relocated to the Napa Valley, nobody – including Shafer – figured he would develop one of California’s greatest wineries. That is the story behind “A Vineyard...
- Posted 171 days ago
Top 10 Pacific Northwest wine stories of 2012
By most accounts, 2012 was a year of moving forward in the Pacific Northwest wine industry. After two difficult vintages, the weather cooperated in 2012 with what is expected to be a record-sized crop. New leaders entered...
- Posted 172 days ago
Book review: A Carafe of Red
A fair bit of wine writing can be rather uninspiring, whether it’s a review of wine one might never taste or a story about visiting a winery. So it is a true pleasure to read beautifully written...
- Posted 173 days ago
Your guide to Pacific Northwest sparkling wine
Inevitably, this is the time of year most people think about sparkling wine, thanks to holiday parties and New Year’s Eve celebrations. It’s also about time we say to ourselves, “This is delicious. I should drink sparkling...
- Posted 174 days ago
Unshrouding sparkling wine
Between all the bubbles, the special methods for opening the bottle and the unusual glasses, sparkling wine can appear much more complicated than it really needs to be. And why should we call it sparkling wine instead...
- Posted 175 days ago
A history of ‘winter events’ in Washington wine country
If history is any indication, there will unlikely be a winter freeze anytime soon in Washington wine country. Washington’s Columbia Valley offers superb growing conditions for European wine grapes: warm days that are filled with sunshine, almost...
- Posted 176 days ago
Merry Christmas from Great Northwest Wine
From the heart of Washington wine country, a merry Christmas.
- Posted 177 days ago
WSU Wine Science Center keeps moving toward construction
Washington State University‘s $23 million Wine Science Center continues to march forward, with the organization that will run its construction now seeking design-build proposals. The Wine Science Center will be built at the WSU Tri-Cities campus, in...
- Posted 178 days ago
Last chance for first major wine judging of 2013
Christmas Eve is the last chance for wineries to enter the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest wine judging in North America. The competition is held in Cloverdale, Calif., in northern Sonoma County during the second...
- Posted 179 days ago
Washington wine grape growers continue to grow
As the Washington wine industry continues to grow, so too does the occupation of grape growing. The annual convention of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers (WAWGG, pronounced “wag”) is Feb. 5-8. It’s at the Three Rivers...
- Posted 180 days ago