Washington Growers Continue Bumper Grape Crops

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According to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington State experienced a bumper wine grape harvest in 2013. The 2013 crop value grew more than 19 percent to $233.1 million vs 2012. Washington winemakers are reaping the benefits while still maintaining a quality product.

Columbia Valley Wines Shine in the 15th Annual Platinum Judging

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Not surprisingly Columbia Valley Wines continued to impress in this years Wine Press Northwest magazine “Platinum Judging”! If you’ve tried these wines we’d love to hear from our readers as well: William Church Winery 2011 Gamache Vineyards Malbec, Columbia Valley, $36: Aromas of cherry and spices are followed by suave flavors of dark fruit and black pepper backed by elegant …

Autumn Background Design With Grape Wine


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The Sandhill Winery is a small, family owned winery specializing in Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Gris and our proprietary Cinnamon Teal Red Table Wine. Our sixteen year old vineyard on Red Mountain is the source of all of our estate bottled wines. Our Cinnamon Teal Red Table Wine, which is bottled under our Ridgefield label, is named after a duck …


Pasta Paired with Wine

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Content courtesy of Matchingfoodandwine.com with Fiona Beckett. Of course we highly recommend replacing the Italian Wines below with our own Columbia Valley: “As you might imagine it doesn’t make any difference what shape of pasta you’re dealing with, what counts with wine is the flavor of the sauce. There are too many to mention, but here are the main types …