The Aberdeen winery used riesling to produce the cleaner for law enforcement and first responders.
Syrah, which originated in the Rhone Valley of France, helps produce some of the most approachable wines.
Historians celebrate when Count John IV of Katzenelnbogen first wrote of the white wine on March 13, 1435.
The world learned about Mark Ryan Winery when its red blend landed on the Top 100 list of Wine Spectator.
Top British Columbia producers include Gehringer Brothers, Hester Creek, Tinhorn Creek and Vanessa Vineyard.
They’ve traditionally been stigmatized by the wine industry — even though people like them.
Wineries are making more food-friendly versions of the white Burgundy wine than ever before.
Look for Barnard Griffin’s rose, a perennial favorite of wine judges, to arrive around Valentine’s Day.
Four of Brian Carter Cellars’ gold-medal wines won awards at the 2019 Platinum Judging.
Stephen Reustle’s winery was named Oregon Winery to Watch in 2009 and Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year in 2017.
The Goldendale winery is on track to become the Platinum Judging’s all-time leader. It won 13 awards two years ago.
Since 2000, the Platinum Judging has helped ID the best gold-medal winning wines each year.
The variety’s bright and fruity approach makes it a delicious fit with our regional cuisine.
Since the list debuted in 1988, there have been 142 wines from Washington to make the list.
That means tasting the same wine — same winery, wine varietal and vineyard designation — from multiple years.
Well-crafted bubbles — many found in this region — are perhaps the most versatile wines for food pairings.
You’ll want a range of bottles on the table, from sparkling whites to beefy reds.
Serve these top wines from the Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition with your Thanksgiving feast.
Winemaker Charles Smith produces seven Italian-inspired bottlings under the ViNO CasaSmith brand.
The very first vines of the Rhone Valley variety were planted in 1986 at Red Willow Vineyard near Yakima.