- Wild Goose Vineyards in British Columbia tops Cascadia wine judging again
- Southern Oregon starts June ahead of historically hot 2015 vintage
- Columbia Valley growers, winemaker look back on Mount St. Helens
- Salty fries and old Spätlese; the ’99 Bottles’ that made Andre Mack a somm
- Oregon wineries woo sports broadcaster Tony Kornheiser
- Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance moves Celebrate to 2021
- Early freeze, drop in demand lead to smallest harvest for Washington wine since 2012
- Stock helps David Hill join ranks of B Corp wineries
- First markers for 2020 vintage include wet January, cool start to April
- In tune with Bells Up Winery in Oregon’s Chehalem Mountains
Fullerton Wine Course: Syrah
August 29 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$40
The Fullerton Wine Course: Syrah with winemaker Alex Fullerton on Aug. 29 provides a dive deep into the famed regions, winemaking and flavor profiles of this under-appreciated red grape, tasting both our own bottling and examples from around the globe.
Syrah rises high on the list of mesmerizing grape varietals for Alex. The allure pulled him in like a black hole, and in 2015 he started making Syrah from Mae’s Vineyard in the Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon.
Syrah can be made in climates ranging from moderate to hot, and produces unique wines that showcase the climates and soils of the growing regions.