Willamette Valley pinot noir

Ghost Hill Cellars captivates centuries-old miner

Everybody loves a good ghost story. What better to pair it with than wines earning high marks in Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast and Vinous? Back in May I had the pleasure […]

Adelsheim’s 2014 Breaking Ground worth the wait

My love affair with pinot noir is relatively new. I admit that up until a few years ago I really believed a red wine should smack you upside the head […]

The Allure of Alloro

Rows of cypress, aromatic herbs, olive trees, a terra cotta-adorned villa and spicy wines evoke la dolce vita—the good life found in the Mediterranean climate of Italy. Thanks to the […]

¡Salud! serves up pinot with a purpose for Silver anniversary

2016 marks the 25th anniversary of ¡Salud! and you can be sure the cuvées will be better than ever! A wildly successful program that provides healthcare for Willamette Valley vineyard workers, […]

Seattle’s “first neighborhood” welcomes The Estates Wine Room

Known as the oldest neighborhood in Seattle—with some of its grand brick buildings dating as far back as 1852—the foot traffic around Pioneer Square that had waned over the years […]

McMinnville urban winery a true power house

In the same vein that the Walla Walla Gas Plant —originally built to produce coal gas— was resurrected as the 342-seat Gesa Power House Theatre, McMinnville’s downtown diesel power plant […]

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