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Tuesday, June 25, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Big local flavor, small price

The holidays are coming and that means more sumptuous meals with friends and family – meals that call for some good wines to set off the hearty food. Good wines …

Grapevine: Washington state’s chardonnays deliver a fresh taste of spring

Spring is here – at least officially – and thoughts begin to turn toward wines well suited to warm days and outdoor settings. It’s fun to look ahead to the …

Find the wine that best blends with the occasion

The holidays are rapidly bearing down on us, with their mix of excitement and excess, friends and family, food and fun. Wines are never more central to celebrations than at …

Washington wines hold their own in price and quality

These are challenging times for wineries, which are facing increased global competition and rapidly falling prices for their wines. California brands that once commanded $100 and more a bottle are …

Aromatic whites present a pleasant summer option

In many wine publications, reviews and restaurant wine lists you may notice the phrase “aromatic white wines” popping up. It’s an interesting concept, and may lead you to explore some …

Arbor Crest rebuilds Cliff House, staying true to original style

The historic Cliff House at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars is rising from the ashes – literally – after a fire gutted the 1924 building in December. The damaged mansion was …