Trendy (and pricey) egg-shaped vessels produce wines of greater depth and complexity.
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.
Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Eroica partnership proves the versatility of this superb white wine.
Former home winemakers find their ship has come in with critics and consumers.
Because of labor shortages, up to 95 percent of Washington’s wine grapes is harvested mechanically.
Leonetti Cellar winemaker explores his heritage with new plantings in the Walla Walla Valley | The Grapevine
Paying tribute to his family and making his own mark, Chris Figgins is experimenting with Italian grape varieties at Serra Pedace. He expects to make...
Domanico Cellars has opened a winery and tasting room on a vineyard that has its roots in the state’s wine history.
Bold, robust flavors make it a quintessentially California wine.
Washington winemakers harvested 71,100 tons of cabernet sauvignon grapes last year.
3 syrahs to try from the Walla Walla Valley, where the climate is perfect for syrah grapes | The Grapevine
The focus will be on syrah at June’s Celebrate Walla Walla event.
Wine from Washington’s highest-priced grapes fares well in the annual Judgment of Geyserville competition in California.