Few of the world’s 380 Masters of Wine are winemakers, making his rigorous multiyear achievement especially rare.
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 nonprofit winery Water from Wine switches the narrative by funding worldwide water projects with wine sales
Proceeds fund 19 water groups, including Water1st International in Seattle; so far, Water from Wine has provided grants totaling $100,000.
Ben Smith of Cadence focuses exclusively on one region, and one style of wine, to craft vineyard-designated wines
The former Boeing engineer takes a deep dive into Bordeaux-style blends.
Local importers make it easy to explore exciting, affordable wines from one of Spain’s most dynamic regions
The red grape Tempranillo dominates vineyards in historic Rioja.
These gift ideas for wine-lovers are almost as delicious to open as a bottle.
In 2013, the owners of the Vancouver Canucks bought 670 acres of land in Washington’s most important vineyard region.
12 recommended bottles for each holiday pair beautifully with feasts for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.
Viticulture students now have 4 choices that are especially suited to Washington’s wine industry.
When a prominent winemaker — a California transplant — said it took him five years to figure out Washington grapes, that gave Andy Perdue a...
His 2nd-annual compilation of delicious, more-affordable wines highlights the best from Washington, Oregon and Idaho.