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After 10 years, owners Bob and Lauren Bullock shut down their Warehouse District operation on Feb. 28.
The Northwest is responsible for 10% of the list. A year ago, the region placed a total of seven wines.
The Willamette Valley of Oregon has a reputation for the red wine, but there are other success stories in the area.
Buy a few bottles during “cyber week” and have them shipped to loved ones as a delicious seasonal greeting.
The 2016 The Scotsman Syrah was named Best of Show at the Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition.
They’re an ideal companion with a fireplace nearby, a plate of hazelnuts and Stilton cheese within reach.
It should be easy to track down a bottle of Columbia Crest 2016 H3 Cabernet Sauvignon and judge for yourself.
The area’s elevation and climate make it suitable for growing many varieties of grapes.
From fields to tasting rooms, they play a vitally important role in the Northwest wine industry.
The prize-winning grenache sells for $30 a bottle — a bargain in the world of high-end wine.
Williamson Vineyards’ 2019 Albariño takes Best of Show out of 160 entries at the 2020 Idaho Wine Competition.
Wines featuring this red Bordeaux vareity are crafted for the cellar and meant to be cherished over time.
It’s a style that is neither dry nor sweet — a riesling that everyone can enjoy with food or drink on its own.
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This white wine is ideal alongside grilled chicken, sushi or poached white fish, lentils and green vegetables.
Increased thirst for this style of wine has prompted winemakers to offer multiple expressions from the same vintage.
The AVA’s key features include cool ocean breezes that blow through a slot in the Coast Range.
The Cascadia wine competition proves the Burgundy white grape is just as worthy of attention as ever.
It’s the third time in four years that the winery topped the annual showcase of Pacific Northwest wines.
This Bordeaux variety was the fourth-most harvested red grape in Washington during the 2019 vintage.