12 recommended bottles for each holiday pair beautifully with feasts for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.
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.
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.
This red blend that uniquely speaks to a sense of place is made with grapes from the venerable Harrison Hill Vineyard in the Yakima Valley.
The couple behind Succession Wines finds increased motivation, and success, after a devastating wildfire
Brock and Erica Lindsay rebuild and replant on the north shore of Lake Chelan.
Great winemaking really does begin in the vineyard for Sagemoor’s inquisitive and talented vineyard manager.
A longtime love of winemaking leads to a dream job (and love) at the exclusive Abeja Winery & Inn.
The talented 14 Hands winemaker got into the wine business, appropriately enough, as hands-on harvest help.
Chelan winemaker Shane Collins grew up on an apple farm that eventually failed. He’s back home, making great wine for Rocky Pond Winery.