Washington Wine

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Divide and conquer: What carving up the Columbia Valley means for Washington wine

Divide and conquer: What carving up the Columbia Valley...

Winemakers hope new growing regions ultimately lead to greater recognition for the...

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Meet Washington’s newest AVAs Part 2: Goose Gap

Meet Washington’s newest AVAs Part 2: Goose Gap

 This is the second in a three-part series on newly approved appellations in Washington....

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Meet Washington’s newest AVAs Part 3: The Burn of Columbia Valley

Meet Washington’s newest AVAs Part 3: The Burn of Columbia...

This is the third in a three-part series on newly approved appellations in Washington....

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Woodinville’s Matthews Winery announces new winemaking team

Woodinville’s Matthews Winery announces new winemaking...

Today Matthews Winery in Woodinville announced a new winemaking team, headed by...

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Why Ste Michelle was sold and what it means for Washington wine

Why Ste Michelle was sold and what it means for Washington...

 This article appeared in Beverage Industry Enthusiast on Monday July 12, 2021.On...

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Veraison begins in eastern Washington

Veraison begins in eastern Washington

Veraison – the changing of color of the grapes – has begun in Columbia Valley. Brittany...

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Pic of the Vine - July 2021

Pic of the Vine - July 2021

When Seattle and eastern Washington reached record, triple digit temperatures at...

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Avennia purchases Red Mountain vineyard

Avennia purchases Red Mountain vineyard

Woodinville’s Avennia has purchased Tapteil Vineyard on Red Mountain, one of Washington’s...

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Harvest begins in Washington

Harvest begins in Washington

Harvest got underway this week under hazy skies in Columbia Valley. Treveri Cellars,...

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The Walls Purchases Yakima Valley’s French Creek Vineyard

The Walls Purchases Yakima Valley’s French Creek Vineyard

Walla Walla based winery The Walls has purchased French Creek Vineyard in Yakima...