I want provide some insight into the economic impact the wine industry has on the state and the growth we can continue to expect.
Washington state is the second largest premium wine producing state in the U.S. Part of that is evident here in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley.
Winemakers around the state are making a variety of innovative Rosés, experimenting with different varietals and taking risks that have turned out beautifully.
What is the proper way to aerate wine? What kind of wine needs to be aerated? When should I aerate my wine for my dinner party?
My husband and I were finally able to have a long-awaited date night on Saturday and toured some of the valley’s best wine and food!
While visiting Red Mountain, I had the pleasure of stopping at Frichette Winery, a small family owned winery that has been operating for approximately 8 months.
We took a little trip out to Prosser and Walla Walla this past week because Sip in Washington had been invited to tour the Hedges Family Estate on Red Mountain.
While in the east-side warehouse district of Woodinville, we decided to visit Kestrel since I always try to keep some of their cab on hand to share over dinner.
Wow!! What can I say about a wine that is nothing other than WOW! My girlfriend and I went wine tasting a few Sundays back,we were having a really good time and I was excited to try a new winery. Otis Kenyon had been on my agenda for some time and I definitely made them […]
Mike and I went to the Legendary Swirl event at El Gaucho in Seattle last Saturday and we had a blast! I was able to talk with so many vendors, winemakers, and reps. They were all interesting and had a deep commitment to the wine that they created or represented. I had such a wonderful […]