Month: April 2016

Vancouver’s urban winery rolls out wine growler program

Beginning Wednesday, May 4 Vancouver’s only urban winery—Burnt Bridge Cellars—takes another step into the realm of innovation by offering refillable wine growlers. At 32 ounces, they’re comparable in volume to the […]

Wine travels: The Fertile Fraser River Valley

If towns like Abbotsford, Langley and Lulu Island ring any bells, then you’ve probably ventured up Canada way for some winetasting throughout the fertile Fraser River Valley of British Columbia. Celebrating […]

Uncork summer with Yakima Valley winery lineup

As warmer weather approaches, wine drinkers will be trading in their deep, bold reds that pair well with the comfort foods of winter for lighter, patio sippers and zesty whites […]

The 6th Annual North County Wine Run returns to Rusty Grape

On your mark, get set, runners begin your training for the 6th Annual North County Wine Run. On September 24, this destination run returns to Battle Ground’s Rusty Grape Vineyards. […]

Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Aging to Perfection

Mention Horse Heaven Hills (HHH) cabernet sauvignon to folks in the know and a look of deep appreciation comes over their faces. Ask them to explain where the AVA is […]

Countdown to Bordeaux: The 2016 Rusty Grape Vineyards river cruise

This time next Saturday (factoring in the nine hour time difference) I’ll be dining with other guests aboard the Viking Forseti as we anticipate a week-long journey along the Garonne […]

Tour DeVine offering aerial perspective of Willamette Valley

Has the congestion of 99W taken some of the fun out of Willamette Valley winetasting? You’ve toured the wineries by limousine enough times that it no longer feels special? Enjoyed […]

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