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.
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.
The Woodinville winery grows vegetables, herbs and flowers at Creekside Farm, providing fresh produce to CSA customers, visitors to its tasting room and local restaurants.
The annual don’t-miss extravaganza, scheduled for March 23-26 in Seattle, has become the largest single-region wine event of its kind in the world — and...
Washington’s wine pioneer planted grapes on Snipes Mountain in the Yakima Valley 100 years ago.
It’s getting warmer. The Washington wine industry has a plan to do something about that, including planting different varieties of grapes, and more of them,...