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,...
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Universally delicious Australian wines made a surprising splash at the International Pinot Noir Celebration.
South Seattle College students craft award-winning wine from the Muller-Thurgau grapes lining the entry to the winery
The end of Prohibition created a mess of rules that vary wildly from state to state.
Washington’s newest wine star is malbec, a grape of little importance in California and France | The Grapevine
The arid Columbia Valley is a perfect place to grow malbec grapes, and Washington wine drinkers are beginning to appreciate the delicious red.
Leslie Preston’s massive reds and spectacular rieslings are buoying Idaho’s nascent wine industry.
Dreux Dillingham led the way into the industry, followed by his brother, Dain. After Dain suffered a spinal-cord injury, the brothers moved to Seattle and...
Washington’s wine production has doubled in the past decade and is likely to do so again in the next | The Grapevine
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates continues to lead the state’s dramatic growth in the wine industry.
Rob Griffin, the state’s foremost winemaker, has created one of the most successful midsized family wineries in the state.
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