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- Idaho’s high-elevation Pinot Gris produces awards, fansPosted 8 days ago
- British Columbia’s growing love affair with Pinot GrisPosted 9 days ago
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Oregon wine icon Adelsheim defines Pinot Gris at symposium
HILLSBORO, Ore. — David Adelsheim’s place within the history of Oregon wine seems defined by Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, yet he also was among the state’s first triumvirate for Pinot Gris. He formed the trio with David...
- Posted 3 days ago
Idaho’s high-elevation Pinot Gris produces awards, fans
Note: This is the second in a four-part series on Northwest Pinot Gris. CALDWELL, Idaho – Riesling and white Rhone varieties thrive in the high-elevation, long-season viticulture of Idaho’s Snake River Valley, but two of the state’s...
- Posted 8 days ago
British Columbia’s growing love affair with Pinot Gris
Note: This is the first in a four-part series on Northwest Pinot Gris. British Columbia makes some of the world’s best Riesling, yet the same could be said of Pinot Gris. Success extends beyond wine competitions and...
- Posted 9 days ago
Precept Wine purchases 174 acres near Red Mountain
KIONA, Wash. – Precept Wine, the Pacific Northwest’s largest privately owned winery, said Friday that it has purchased 174 acres of land just southwest of Washington state’s famed Red Mountain American Viticultural Area. David Minick, vice president...
- Posted 11 days ago
British Columbia wine leader unveils plans for new project
OLIVER, British Columbia – Time doesn’t stand still, and the same can be said for British Columbia wine icon Harry McWatters. This week, McWatters rolled out the first releases from Time Estate Winery, the latest project based...
- Posted 12 days ago
Woodinville wineries create incentives for local residents
WOODINVILLE, Wash. – The price of gasoline hit $4 a gallon in 2008, which inspired more Eastern Washington wineries to create tasting rooms in this Seattle suburb, bringing wine closer to many of their top customers. Gas...
- Posted 15 days ago
Northwest wines fit naturally at Seattle’s Cafe Flora
SEATTLE – Few restaurateurs in the Pacific Northwest seem to care as much about the environment and the wines they serve as Nat Stratton-Clarke at Seattle’s Café Flora. “Northwest wines are one of the best things about the...
- Posted 17 days ago
Penner-Ash Wine Cellars blends concerts, chefs for charity
NEWBERG, Ore. – Lynn Penner-Ash and husband Ron are celebrating two historic anniversaries this year at their winery in Newberg, and they are establishing a new tradition by staging concerts for a second straight year. The Summer...
- Posted 19 days ago
Renowned Vancouver chef moves to acclaimed BC wine country restaurant
SUMMERLAND, British Columbia – Local Lounge • Grille, past winner of Best British Columbia Wine List from Wine Press Northwest magazine, has named Lee Humphries as its new executive chef. Humphries will be just the second chef in...
- Posted 21 days ago
Sagemoor Vineyards reflect Riesling history in Washington state
PASCO, Wash. – Kent Waliser and Derek Way manage vines that have helped shape the course of grape growing and winemaking in Washington state. They also relish their role as caretakers of living history at Sagemoor Vineyards....
- Posted 24 days ago