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Richard Batchelor, recently named as Winemaker of the Year at the 2019 Indy International Wine Competition at Purdue University, seems to have a Midas touch with many of his wines. It all starts with the fruit, and...
- Posted July 9, 2019
The talented Richard Batchelor sourced his Cinsault from McKinley Springs Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, and he came up with another winner. The 2015 vintage produced a wine with floral notes and hints of strawberry and...
- Posted September 15, 2018
A year ago, this Woodinville winery with a tasting room on Seattle’s Queen Anne earned our top rating for its 2012 Mourvèdre from McKinley Springs Vineyard. This fall, winemakers Robert Ramsay Harris and Casey Cobble earned a...
- Posted December 6, 2017
The Andrews and Rowell family has been growing wine grapes in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills since 1980, and Robert Ramsay Harris began buying fruit from the McKinley Springs folks since 2005. Harris focused much of his efforts...
- Posted October 21, 2016
Most vintages, the Cinsault from McKinley Springs Vineyard adds complexity to several of this Woodinville winery’s blends. However, 2012 proved to be a bounce-back and stunning vintage for much of the Horse Heaven Hills, so here marks...
- Posted March 29, 2015
Columbia Gorge vintner Alexis Pouillon, who apprenticed at Château de Beaucastel in the Rhône Valley, remains committed to creating wines in Lyle, Wash., using a minimalistic and restrained Old World approach. He’s shown remarkable consistency with this...
- Posted November 29, 2014
One of the Northwest’s best spots to grow Bordeaux varieties spans the hills between of the Yakima Valley and the Columbia River, and the Andrews family supplies the fruit for many wineries’ award-winning Malbecs. They keep some...
- Posted September 27, 2014
The Andrews family established their winery in 2000, and their original block of Cabernet Sauvignon — planted back in 1980 — factors into this blend with their younger Block 17. The nose is rich with Chukar Cherry,...
- Posted September 21, 2014
Rob Andrews works with more than 200 blocks in his 2,000-acre vineyard for a variety of customers, but for his own winery, he has winemaker Doug Rowell focuses on two white varieties. His work with Viognier is...
- Posted September 15, 2014
Rob Andrews farms one of the state’s largest vineyards at 2,000 acres, and Syrah is one of 10 varieties he grows. The inky fluid is brimming with aromas of ripe plum, Marionberry, cola, sarsaparilla and black licorice....
- Posted August 10, 2014