Washington Wine of the Week – Selections for Winter, 2020

For the week of March 15, 2020: Adrice Wines 2017 Riveter Red – Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon – Winemaker Pam Adkins does a fine job with this tasty Cab that strikes the perfect balance between bright fruits of red currant and cranberry and darker, jammy blackberry and plum. The result is a wine with a […]

Great Article From Sean Sullivan Highlights Challenges Wineries Faced With 2019 Vintage

Check out Sean Sullivan’s recap of Washington’s 2019 vintage in a highly informative article on his Washington Wine Report web site. As consumers, we often forget that the quality of wines we drink can be traced back to prudent decisions in the vineyard. At no time was this more important than the 2019 vintage, which […]

Pacific Rim: Dedicated to Riesling 365 Days a Year

This article originally appeared in the February, 2020 issue of Bellingham Alive Magazine Lengthening days, ever-so-slightly warmer temperatures, and a gradual shift in wine drinker preferences from red to white are all signs that spring is just around the corner. But at Pacific Rim Winery, located in West Richland near the Tri-Cities, the focus on […]

Tickets for 2020 Taste Washington Go On Sale January 17

NOTE: All events for Taste Washington 2020 have been cancelled. Please check back in early 2021 for next year’s event information. March 19 – March 22, 2020: Taste Washington, the largest single region Festival of its kind, returns to Seattle with four days of wine-related events. In addition to dinners, seminars and a Sunday brunch, […]

Here’s a California Zin to Put on Your Must-Try List for 2020

The Prisoner Wine Company 2017 Saldo Zinfandel (about $30) – Zinfandel can have that “bull in a china shop” persona when it’s made in a high-fruit, high-alcohol style. But this selection from the St. Helena, California, winery will dispel those preconceived notions by convincing you that Zin is quite capable of taking on an air […]

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