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UPDATED: Thu., June 28, 2018, 11:55 a.m.

Nodland Cellars is Washington State Malbec Winery of the Year

Nodland Cellars was named Washington State Malbec Winery of the Year at the recent New York International Wine Competition.


Local wineries win medals at Los Angeles International Wine Competition

Barrister, Nodland and Cougar Crest were recognized for their wines at the recent awards.


UPDATED: Wed., June 27, 2018, 5:06 p.m.

Local wineries win awards at the Indy International Wine Competition

Barrister, Maryhill and Cougar Crest Estate wineries and Nodland Cellars all won awards for their wines at the recent Indy International Wine Competition, the largest scientifically organized and independent wine …


UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 17, 2017, 3:10 p.m.

Nodland Cellars closing downtown Spokane tasting room; Terra Blanca will take it over

Nodland Cellars has sold its downtown Spokane tasting room in the Chronicle Building, according to owner and winemaker Tim Nodland.


Spokane winery pairs reds and whites with jazz

From the garage to downtown: Nodland Cellars opens tasting room in the center of Spokane


Nodland Cellars moving into Chronicle Building

Nodland Cellars owner Tim Nodland has announced that his business is moving into the ground floor of the Chronicle Building in downtown Spokane with plans for a tasting room, jazz …


Winery moving into Chronicle Building

Nodland Cellars owner Tim Nodland has announced that he is moving into the ground floor of the Chronicle Building downtown with plans for a tasting room, jazz club and eventually …


Grapevine: Nodland Cellar’s winemaker has had dizzying career track

Tim Nodland of Nodland Cellars has had a dizzying career track: From rock guitarist to talent agent to lawyer to winemaker. He still spends most of his days writing briefs …


The crush of fall appears promising for wine drinkers

Autumn is an especially exciting time for both wineries and wine drinkers. This year’s harvest has been a nail-biter, as a result of the summer’s unusually cool weather, and a …