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Northwest Wine: Great wines at bargain is what we all want

Nobody wants to pay too much for wine. The sweet spot is a wine that wins multiple awards yet still costs less than $20.

New U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal could open up B.C. grocery stores to Washington wine sales

The proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement could open up British Columbia grocery stores to sales of Washington wines by November 2019.

Washington wine searches for an identity

Washington wines are becoming know for quality and affordability. But the state’s booming industry, still in its infancy, doesn’t have that

Washington’s acclaimed wine begins in carefully tended vineyards

Washington’s acclaimed wine begins with modern agriculture.

Washington’s 14 American Viticultural Areas

Yakima Valley – Established in 1983, Washington’s first AVA is home to roughly one-third of the state’s vineyard acreage. Walla Walla Valley – Established in 1984, this AVA straddles the …

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 3, 2017

Maryhill Winery plans grand opening celebration for new Kendall Yards tasting room

Grand-opening hours are noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19.

Tempus Cellars hosts grand opening

Winemaker and owner Joe Forest founded Tempus in 2006 with 250 cases of wine aged 22 months in French barrels. Production at the boutique winery has grown to 1,500 cases.

Spokane winery pairs reds and whites with jazz

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

Walla Walla winery to open tasting room in Davenport Hotel

Va Piano Vineyards in south Walla Walla County is opening a new tasting room in March on the ground floor of the Davenport Hotel.

Townshend Cellars to move tasting room on Green Bluff to Spokane Valley facility

Townshend Cellar, located at Green Bluff since its inception in the 1990s, is going to move its tasting room to a new facility at Spokane Industrial Park. The move comes …

Patit Creek Cellars debuts cheese case

Wine and cheese make a natural pairing, and now both are available at Patit Creek Cellars. The Walla Walla-based winery debuted the cheese case at its downtown Spokane location this …

Regional wineries buzzing

The explosive growth of Washington’s wine industry over the past 30 years has given new meaning to the local harvest season. In that time, more than 18 wineries have established …

Toast to the future: Once just a single winery, the Spokane region’s wine industry is now flourishing

The bar at the downtown tasting room shared by Grande Ronde, Mountain Dome and others was three people deep on a recent Saturday. Enthusiastic fans were swirling glasses, sniffing and …