Monthly Archives: September 2019

Washington Wine of the Week – Selections for Fall, 2019

For the week of September 22, 2019: Bayernmoor Cellars 2017 Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir – Owner Larry Harris is on a mission to produce some of the best Pinot Noir in the world…and he’s off to a great start with this inaugural release, sourced from the winery’s estate vineyard near Stanwood. Bayernmoor Winemaker Brian Carter […]

Washington Wine of the Week – Selections for Summer, 2019

For the week ending September 15, 2019: Chehalem 2018 INOX Chardonnay – This week we head south into Oregon’s Willamette Valley for a Chardonnay that’s simply too good to ignore. Despite it’s stainless steel upbringing, this is a wine with considerable depth, character and flavor. The lemon/citrus core is surrounded with a lovely, creamy texture, […]

Is Washington the Most Underrated Wine Region in the World?

A recent article in Forbes magazine asked the question. For Washington wine enthusiasts, the answer is an emphatic YES! Click on the link below to go to the article…and enjoy!

Leftover Wine Makes a Great Add-in Cooking Ingredient

This article originally appeared in the September, 2019 issue of Bellingham Alive Magazine Cooking with wine is an excellent way to add flavor and character to your food. It’s also a great way to use up those half-empty bottles of wine that sit on your kitchen counter or in your refrigerator for weeks on end. […]


Greetings Wine Lovers! Are you ready for some great wines from Washington and the Pacific Northwest? I’ve got plenty of recommendations to offer in a variety of styles, flavor profiles and price ranges that should make any wine enthusiast happy. In addition, my web site will give you the latest on wine-related events I’ll be […]