Chelan winemaker Shane Collins grew up on an apple farm that eventually failed. He’s back home, making great wine for Rocky Pond Winery.
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.
Colin Morrell has turned an abandoned sheep farm along a remote stretch of the Yakima Valley into a source of high-quality grapes | The Grapevine
Lonesome Spring Ranch supplies fruit to more than 60 wineries, stretching from Sequim to Montana, and including top producers.
20 years after its planting, Cascade Valley Wine Country is turning out better and better wines | The Grapevine
Even though there isn’t a lot of vine acreage here, this North-Central Washington region is growing into a showcase of quality and advancements.
The Northwest might set the riesling bar, but New York’s Finger Lakes region grows some heavenly grapes, too | The Grapevine
Washington hasn’t quite cornered the market, thanks to the uniformly delicious wines from this East Coast area.
Ted Baseler, who is stepping down as the president and CEO of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, led the Woodinville winery to the top of the...
Mortgage-broker-turned-winemaker Bart Fawbush has earned a reputation for working with out-of-the-mainstream grape varieties.
Held during the annual Auction of Washington Wines, this high-profile event features the best of the barrels.
The ultra-premium winery is a partnership between Chateau Ste. Michelle and Antinori, an Italian winery that has been in business since the 1300s.
Robert Mondavi made an impact on Washington wine through his friendship with Allen Shoup | The Grapevine
Shoup, a former longtime CEO at Ste. Michelle and founder of Long Shadows Vintners, was a friend of Mondavi, the late California wine legend.
Adelsheim Vineyard is one of nearly 100 global wineries featured in this year’s International Pinot Noir Celebration in McMinnville, Oregon.