- Brian Carter Cellars adds Latin influence with marketing hire
- VineLines Dispatch: A Gorgeous look at harvest
- Goose Ridge hires Peter Devison as winemaking consultant
- Tri-City winemaker Palencia partners on Culture Shock mobile catering
- Armstrong Family Winery turns Discovery Vineyard Syrah into best wine at Great Northwest Invitational
- VineLines Dispatch: Harvest of Walla Walla Valley
- VineLines Dispatch: September to remember on Red Mountain
- VineLines Dispatch: Woodinville crushes through smoke, pandemic
- Sweet 16th AVA in Washington belongs to Candy Mountain
- H3 2016 Cab rides off as Washington State Wine Competition best of show
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Walla Walla Valley looks forward to new tourism director
WALLA WALLA, Wash. – One of Washington wine country’s most important regions is gaining a tourism expert who has led Alaska’s travel industry for more than a decade. Ron Peck will join Tourism Walla Walla in a...
- Posted March 4, 2013
Head to coast for Savor Cannon Beach wine fest
CANNON BEACH, Ore. – Wine and food lovers will descend on the northern Oregon coast this week for the annual Savor Cannon Beach Wine and Culinary Festival. The four-day event kicks off with the Thursday Night Throwdown,...
- Posted March 3, 2013
Precept Wine enjoys sweet success with Almond Roca Cream
SEATTLE – Precept Wine continues to enjoy sweet success with its Chocolate Shop wine, yet the warm reception of the new Almond Roca Cream has been described as “wildfire.” “I think I got a cavity doing the...
- Posted March 2, 2013
Northwest wine industry should plan for cool, wet spring
Earlier this winter, world-renowned climatologist Greg Jones told the Oregon wine industry that 2013 is shaping up to be rather neutral — “La Nada.” And the January weather report issued by Washington State University researchers supports that,...
- Posted March 1, 2013
Is Malbec Washington’s next big grape? Unlikely
Is Malbec “the next big thing” in Washington state? More like Washington’s “next big niche.” Last year in Washington, wineries crushed 1,800 tons of the red Bordeaux variety, putting it on a strong trajectory since the U.S....
- Posted February 28, 2013
Woodinville Wine Country adds Reserve event for high-scoring wines, small lots
WOODINVILLE, Wash. — Woodinville Wine Country has developed a new event featuring high-scoring wines and small lots called Woodinville RESERVE, which will be held April 12 at Columbia Winery. The event runs 7-9:30 p.m., and the cost...
- Posted February 27, 2013
Restaurants, retailers embrace March as Washington Wine Month
SEATTLE — The annual celebration of Washington wines begins Friday, March 1, with a full month of promotions among restaurants, retailers, hotels and wineries. The month includes discounts on Washington wine at top restaurants, free tastings at...
- Posted February 26, 2013
Walla Walla Valley celebrates Cabernet Sauvignon with Napa winemakers
WALLA WALLA, Wash. – Top winemakers from the Walla Walla and Napa valleys will share the stage June 20-22 for Celebrate Walla Walla Valley Wine. The two wine regions are coming together to explore the world of...
- Posted February 25, 2013
Idaho wine hits the big screen
BOISE, Idaho – The Idaho Wine Commission has put together a fun and tasty event that brings wine lovers and their favorite movies together at the historic Egyptian Theater. Called “UnWined at the Movies,” the inaugural event...
- Posted February 24, 2013
26th Auction of Washington Wines to honor Shoup, Steiman, Waliser
SEATTLE — Visionary businessman Allen Shoup, wine writer Harvey Steiman and longtime vineyard manager Kent Waliser have been named as the honorees of the 26th annual Auction of Washington Wines. The Aug. 15-17 event has raised more...
- Posted February 23, 2013