The grapes survived record snow and smoky skies to produce delicate, fresh new releases.
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.
Washington’s way with GSM could turn the full-bodied red blends into our signature wine | The Grapevine
Emphasizing the G for grenache, these wines tend to emphasize bright red-fruit flavors and are low in harsh tannins, providing wide appeal.
Pink wines are perfect for summer sipping, and Washington state makes some of the best | The Grapevine
Rosés are fun, and varieties made in the Northwest are deliciously bone-dry — more like French wine than the sweet ‘California Kool-Aid’ that passes for...
‘The Cab King of Red Mountain’ bottles 6 distinct varieties of cabernet sauvignon for Fidelitas Wines | The Grapevine
Charlie Hoppes has a long fascination with Washington’s signature grape — also the dominant variety on Red Mountain.
The founders of Bainbridge Vineyards were the first to grow and make siegerrebe wine in the United States | The Grapevine
Following the retirement of Gerard and JoAnn Bentryn, owner/winemaker Betsey Wittick uses their original vines to craft a delicious white table wine and a stunning...
Maine native Aaron Peet studied winemaking at Walla Walla Community College, then returned to his home state to open Cellardoor Winery.
Coast Guard veterans launch a maritime-themed winery in Port Townsend — and a wine called Port O’ Call | The Grapevine
FairWinds has one of the few wine labels in the country that includes the U.S. flag.
Second-generation winemaker Chris Figgins honors his family legacy with a return to the first wine his father sold.
The soul of dynamic Wit (“Whatever It Takes”) Cellars is its founders: Flint Nelson, Carolina “Cat” Warwick and Gina Adams-Royer.
The ‘Twin Peaks’ star has his own Walla Walla winery, Pursued by Bear.