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Northwest Wine Academy graduate Josh Stottlemyre has focused his Viognier production on one of Washington state’s oldest sites for the white Rhône grape — Elerding Canyon Vineyard near Prosser. His dessert style with that variety flashes intense...
- Posted May 3, 2015
Elerding Six Prong Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills has been a steady source of Rhône varieties for Lacey, Wash., winemaker Josh Stottlemyre, and here he blends it with Joel Hattrup’s Sugarloaf Vineyard in the Yakima Valley’s...
- Posted April 15, 2015
Lacey, Wash., winemaker Josh Stottlemyer wanted to pay a sweet tribute to his grandmother-in-law and her knack with desserts, so he arranged for Joel Hattrup to hang some Viognier longer the usual at Elephant Mountain Vineyard in...
- Posted April 25, 2014
Dr. Steve Elerding maintains vineyards both in the Horse Heaven Hills and the Yakima Valley, and Olympia winemaker Josh Stottlemyer took this lot from the Prosser site on Sept. 21. It was tightly cropped at 2.5 tons...
- Posted April 13, 2014
Joe Hattrup’s Sugarloaf and Elephant Mountain vineyard sites serve as ideal sources for boutique wineries looking for award-winning wines made from varieties not-so-standard in Washington state. Aromas of dark blackberry, plum, black currant and dusty cherry include...
- Posted March 31, 2014
- Posted January 29, 2014
Coyote Canyon Winery uses superb Sangiovese to top 7th annual Cascadia International Wine Competition
RICHLAND, Wash. – Justin Michaud enjoys drinking Italian wines so he considered a Super Tuscan approach with Sangiovese as the winemaker at Coyote Canyon Winery during the historically hot 2015 vintage. Fortunately, his boss, Mike Andrews, owner...
- Posted April 17, 2019
LACEY, Wash. — David Volmut, who has made Italian varieties a focus of Wind Rose Cellars on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, produced a 2013 Primitivo from acclaimed StoneTree Vineyard on the Wahluke Slope that won best of show at...
- Posted August 19, 2018
RICHLAND, Wash. — Hagen Kruger and Wild Goose Vineyards in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley are doing their best to make sure Pinot Gris does not get overlooked in the Pacific Northwest or at the Cascadia Wine Competition....
- Posted April 16, 2018
Viognier, the noble white grape of the northern Rhône Valley of France, has started to gain a strong foothold in the Pacific Northwest, rolling in on the wave of interest in Rhône varieties in our region. It’s...
- Posted January 14, 2018