Out of the thousands he tasted in 2017, Andy Perdue picks the best of the bunch.
Writer Andy Perdue is our guide for understanding all things wine.
Andy Perdue tries something new: the Top 50 Northwest wines under $30 (You’re welcome!) | The Grapevine
Our wine expert’s annual ‘best-of’ list gets better, with a broader reach and a smaller investment.
Andy Perdue selects Northwest wines perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.
Ste. Michelle Vineyards’ 1967 cabernet sauvignon is a tasty tribute to early Washington winemaking | The Grapevine
2017 Wine Issue: Wine-industry luminaries uncork the 50-year-old wine that was the first to bear the Ste. Michelle label.
Jed Steele, who graduated in 1967, found winemaking fame in California, but still works with grapes grown in Washington.
In his new role as vineyard manager at Gamache Vineyard, this rising star builds on decades of experience.
WASHINGTON WINE’S NEXT GENERATION: The daughter of Rob Griffin and Deborah Barnard is making a name for herself as assistant winemaker.
Rising young star rolls back into the Tri-Cities to Pour it Forward with wines that make a difference.
Washington wine’s next generation: David Rosenthal makes Chateau Ste. Michelle’s super-popular white wines | The Grapevine
After earning a marine biology degree at the University of Puget Sound, the 38-year-old took a different path to winemaking.
You’ll find cans of wine in the beer aisle, just in time for tailgating.
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