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Great Northwest Wine: Rhône Valley grapes thrive in Washington vineyards

One of the biggest revelations to emerge from the Pacific Northwest in the past decade is just how well it grows grape varieties native to the Rhône Valley, a region …


Great Northwest Wine: Maryhill Winery increases production, tasting rooms, number of gold medals

Critics across the country continue to recognize


Great Northwest Wine: Merlot still plays a big role in Washington

As recently as a decade ago, merlot still ruled in Washington vineyards. In 2009, merlot was the state’s No. 1 grape at 26,700 tons harvested that fall. In fact, merlot …


Northwest Wine: Ancient Lakes is home to distinctive wines

While much of Washington has a reputation for red wine grapes, the Ancient Lakes is best known for having a cooler climate and ideally suited for white varieties such as …


Northwest Wine: Riesling is the perfect Pacific Northwest wine

Riesling, the noble grape of Germany, might be the quintessential Pacific Northwest wine. It is crafted in a broad range of styles, from bone dry to sweet nectar, and the …


Recommendations for regional rosés

This spring and summer, think pink. Rosé remains on the rise, and with the weather warming up, the time is right to start seeking out dry, bright, fresh, fruity vintages. …