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    Red Willow Vineyard: Hallowed ground in the Yakima Valley

    Red Willow Vineyard’s most prominent feature is the small stone chapel that sits atop a steep hill overlooking the western Yakima Valley. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) WAPATO, Wash. – In just about every conceivable way, the 140 acres of wine grapes here at Red Willow Vineyard are hallowed ground. Here is where Washington’s first Syrah was planted.

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    Argentina – A Reach For Higher Ground

    Interestingly, Argentina’s wine history and culture began about the same time as our’s here in the U.S. Arguably more interesting is the fact that it began with the same impetus – Italian immigration. Today, Argentina has become known as the world’s largest purveyor of Malbec. Another thing that singles out Argentina – some of the highest altitude vineyards in the world.

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      Northwest Wine Round-up September 8th to 14th 2014

      Washington Wine Report - - 5 readers - A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 8th to 14th. Read previous round-ups here. From around the world… The Globe and Mail writes about American wineries you should visit. From around the country… At Wine Spectator, Harvey Steiman writes about Milbrandt. He also writes an extended article about Charles Smith (both may require a subscription).

      Woodinville Wineries: Meet The People Behind The Labels

      Jameson Fink - - 5 readers - Not too long ago I spend some time touring Woodinville wineries as a guest of the Washington Wine Commission. My days there culminated with attending the Auction of Washington Wines, an event that raised over 1.8 millions dollars (!) to support uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s Hospital and fund viticulture and enology research at WSU.

      Discover The Wines of France’s Bergerac Region

      Jameson Fink - - 4 readers - Discover The Wines of France’s Bergerac Region France. When you think about its wine regions that start with “B”, surely Burgundy and Bordeaux first come to mind. But let’s talk about a lesser-known place that deserves your attention: Bergerac. So where is Bergerac? It’s just east of Bordeaux.

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      Woodinville Wineries: Meet The People Behind The Labels

      … in the state. It’s going to be a two-part extravaganza on my Wine Without Worry podcast. So who is up in Part One? Check it: Betz Family Winery: Steve Griessel, who owns the winery along with his wife Bridgit, reveals how a wine lover from South Africa finds his way to Woodinville. (Note: Betz Family Winery is not open for visits, but they’d be happy…

      5 readers - By Jameson Fink

      #WineStudio Session XVII – Rinascimento Rising with Italian Wine

      …For three weeks in September PROTOCOL Wine Studio featured Justin Gallen, owner Rinascimento Wine Company, an importer of Italian wines. We learned about Justin during the first #winestudio session as well as Eric Guy's podcast interview of Justin here. The second and third week's we continued to learn about Justin as well as sampling a few of his…

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      From Field to Glass - Hillrock Estate Distillery

      … (bad experience at 18) but I received a huge education about the distilling process with Tim. I did taste at the end and was pleasantly surprised how my palate reacted. Read through the brief show notes, listen to the podcast then view the video and you will have visited and experienced Hillrock Estate Distillery. At Hillrock they have 36 acres…

      3 readers - By Hudson Valley Wine Goddess

      Sean Sullivan scales new heights in Washington wine writing

      …Sean Sullivan is Wine Enthusiast magazine’s Washington wine reviewer. (Photo courtesy of Sean Sullivan) SEATTLE – It hasn’t taken long for a guy from the East Coast who was merely interested in learning more about wine to become one of the most important reviewers of Washington wines in the world. Sean Sullivan, whose blog Washington Wine Report…

      4 readers - By Great Northwest Wine

      Recapping Garagiste North 2014

      …: (listed alphabetically) Anarchist Mountain Chardonnay – We reviewed the first vintage on this on a previous podcast and it received mixed reviews from my industry friends involved that evening. The version I tasted was the follow-up vintage and Andrew Stone told me that he had much more control over this vintage than the one that we’d tasted…

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      Argentina – A Reach For Higher Ground

      …-tech.com Click Below to Play the Show: Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Show #373 (59:52 min 57.5 MB) Podcast: Play in new window | Download…

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      Brian Carter Cellars soars with great Washington blends

      …Brian Carter of Brian Carter Cellars walks through Klipsun Vineyard on Washington’s Red Mountain collecting samples of Cabernet Sauvignon. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) WOODINVILLE, Wash. – For more than three decades, Brian Carter has crafted some of Washington’s best wines and helped launch several wineries. Now, he’s accomplished…

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      Discover The Wines of France’s Bergerac Region

      … (think foie gras, truffles) but the word needs to get out about the wines. That’s why I had Clive on the podcast to talk about his trip. (He’s also been on before; hear what he had to say about Southern Oregon wines.) So explore the wines of Bergerac: white, red, and (especially) the sweet wines. I can vouch for the excellence of the latter, as I…

      4 readers - By Jameson Fink

      Podcast #2: Wedding Oak Winery

      …The post Podcast #2: Wedding Oak Winery appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. For podcast #2 of the Texas Wine Lover podcast, our sunny late summer trip to Wedding Oak Winery was well worth the drive. Harvest and fermentation were in full swing. With the sound of water hoses washing equipment and punch down tools being utilized to their fullest…

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      Podcast: WineMuse an Evening of Chardonnay and Chardonnay Artistry and Genius

      …Did Chardonnay ever go out of style? Regular readers and listeners, know that Linda Reznicek and I host a monthly wine podcast we call "WineMuse World Tour." This year we have been tasting and reviewing wine from different regions around the world. After recording one of our shows, Linda and I began casually discussing the topic of Chardonnay. She…

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      Red Willow Vineyard: Hallowed ground in the Yakima Valley

      …Red Willow Vineyard’s most prominent feature is the small stone chapel that sits atop a steep hill overlooking the western Yakima Valley. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) WAPATO, Wash. – In just about every conceivable way, the 140 acres of wine grapes here at Red Willow Vineyard are hallowed ground. Here is where Washington’s first…

      8 readers - By Great Northwest Wine

      Pizzeria Gabbiano: Seattle’s Homage to Roman-Style Pizza

      … podcast episodes as Il Corvo Pasta: Sipping Vermouth, Smacking Vegetables. So I had him back for a second tour of duty on the show. Rest assured, the same wonders that are worked with handmade pasta at Il Corvo are being employed over at Pizzeria Gabbiano. As well as a similar ethos of rotating, seasonally inspired ingredients complimenting…

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