This heat-loving, late-ripening grape adds color and complexity, but it’s hard to find on its own.
Andy Perdue, a Washington native and third-generation newspaperman, is a wine author, journalist and international judge. He has been writing The Grapevine column in Pacific NW magazine since 2013. Learn more about wine at greatnorthwestwine.com.
The tender grape is still a minor player in Washington wine but could challenge Oregon’s pinot noir, if it were planted in bigger numbers.
The Rhône Revolution, Part Two: Red Willow Vineyard’s 1986 planting has grown into greatness.
A bottle of the award-winning Leonetti Cellar 1978 cabernet sauvignon is part of a vertical — 37 years of every Leonetti cab — up for...
For the next 5 weeks, we’ll explore these interesting grape varieties — and why they perform so well here
For its annual 100-Mile Dinner, the Woodinville restaurant pairs with neighboring vineyards to create three one-of-a-kind wines.
Robin Pollard, the former executive director of the Washington State Wine Commission, is releasing her first wine, a red blend from her 2015 harvest.
A Taste of the Middle East: Turkey, Lebanon and Israel are home to thriving wine industries | The Grapevine
Impress your guests by pulling out a great bottle of wine from the Middle East.
Wineries, tasting rooms and great food make this a village worth visiting.
The lessons of 2013 and 2014 served growers and winemakers well during the record-hot 2015 season.