Barrister Reds Continue to Impress

Added Note: Barrister Winery 2003 Red Mountain Merlot received a silver medal at the Tri-Cities Wine Festival on November 12, 2005 and was also was voted as the People’s Choice. Those attorneys from Spokane are back again and they’re making my life difficult. No, there’s nothing litigious involved, it’s just attorney/winemakers Greg Lipsker and Michael […]


Wilridge Winery 2002 (about $25): I tried this little gem at the Zephyr Bistro near the Hotel Bellwether. The grapes are grown in the highly acclaimed Klipsun Vineyards in Washington’s Red Mountian appellation. It’s a lighter style red with hints of spice and bright red currant and cherry flavors. Outstanding!

Be Careful When Purchasing Organic Wines

You’ve probably noticed an increasing amount of space being dedicated to organic fruits and vegetables at your grocer. Wines made from organically grown grapes are also rising in popularity, and as they continue to claim more space in the wine section it’s important to know the specifics behind them. The USDA sets the standard for […]

Lone Canary Winery a Highlight of Spokane Tour

For the next three weeks I’d like to take you to some Spokane wineries that I visited last month. First up is Lone Canary Winery, with winemaker Mike Scott at the helm. Scott’s 2004 Sauvignon Blanc (about $10) is one of the better wines of this varietal that I’ve tried as of late. It exhibits […]

Wine Class at BTC

2:30 to 4:30pm – We’ll be tasting 3 varieties each of Syrah and Viognier from the Northwest and around the world. Click on the “Wine Classes” Page for more information.

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