A recent study proves the white wine is America’s favorite — despite the “anything but chardonnay” trend.
The city 15 miles south of Everett has developed into a home for about 130 wineries and tasting rooms.
Its Shepherds Mark White Wine — a blend of roussanne, marsanne and viognier grapes — won Best of Show.
The state’s first winery was in Wenatchee. Today, dozens of wineries and tasting rooms have opened there.
Because of its warm weather, red varieties thrive there, especially syrah, merlot and cabernet sauvignon.
The 30-plus wineries around the lake give credit to that picturesque, glacial-carved body of water.
Perhaps Idaho’s most gifted winemaker, Greg Koenig took home the top prize for a dessert wine.
More than 4,000 tons of the of Bordeaux red grape were harvested in 2018 in the Evergreen State.
Just last fall, nearly 4,000 tons were harvested in the Evergreen State, just behind cabernet franc.
Here are prize-winning wines from British Columbia’s stunningly beautiful Okanagan Valley.
Seven good-quality wines in a can from some of the region’s biggest wineries.
Success with syrah has inspired winemakers and grape growers to seek out other Rhone varieties.
With a winemaker from New Zealand on board, it’s has been winning boatloads of awards.
Known as “King Cab” to winemakers, it’s the state’s most planted, expensive and famous variety.
Here are four ways to score bargains on quality wine, plus four wines worth seeking out.
The white grape is playing a larger role in recent vintages, pushing production to No. 2 in the state.
Once the state’s most-planted wine grape, merlot is now No. 4 behind cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and riesling.
The region near Quincy spans 170,000 acres in size, but is home to about 2,000 acres of vineyards.
Riesling can show great range, based on where the grapes are grown and how dry the finished wine is.
Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2017 Dry Riesling outperforms more expensive rivals in a magazine’s judging.