Wolfe, who’s operated Thurston Wolfe for 30 years, is a leader in Washington’s wine industry.
Writer Andy Perdue is our guide for understanding all things wine.
Greg Koenig’s upscale new tasting room re-envisions the future of Idaho wine, and his product backs it up.
The Red Mountain vineyard has been sold, but with grower Dick Boushey taking over, the high level of quality won’t suffer.
Blue skies and warm temperatures from Labor Day to Halloween make for great winemaking.
They don’t figure into GSMs, but cinsault, counoise and petite sirah add their own value and complexity to our state’s wines.
This heat-loving, late-ripening grape adds color and complexity, but it’s hard to find on its own.
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.
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.
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