Washington State

    LCBO Vintages release – September 13, 2014 (WVN 200)

    …, brioche, bruised apple, slight oxidation, foamy mousse and sharp acid. The finish is long with lingering flinty minerals. Buy a few bottles for the upcoming holiday season. Exceptional value! Extra dry, sparkling wine – $49.95 per bottle USA, Washington State– Reininger Walla Walla Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 This wine is another great value from…

    1 readers - By The Winesights Reader

    Horse Heaven Hills Vineyards Tour

    …How about we get to know the vineyards of the Horse Heaven Hills in Washington State? I recently returned from a media trip out there. The name of the wine region may not be familiar to you, but there’s lots of history and historic vineyards. You’ve probably poured some of it into your wine glass on multiple occasions without even knowing…

    4 readers - By Jameson Fink

    Wine in Idaho: Telaya Wines

    … they envisioned their future. After much consideration and having agreed on their mutual love of wine, Earl came up with the name Telaya (combining “Teton” with “playa”), and their next adventure was borne. The pair came to know a group of winemakers in Washington State who helped them strike partnerships to make wine using Columbia Valley fruit. In the fall…

    5 readers - By CHASING THE VINE

    Wine in Idaho: Cinder Wines

    … well in this type of region too, as does Tempranillo. I think we should see more Spanish varieties planted here. To what other region in the world would you compare the Snake River AVA? I’d say Ribera del Duero and Washington State. Ribera is a better match in that it’s at a higher elevation; both have a continental climate: hot, dry summers…

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    Wine of the Week: Gordon Estate 2010 Merlot - ColumbiaValley @GordonEstate

    …Can you fall in love with a wine? A wine worth pondering. Gordon Estate is located in the heart of the Columbia Valley in Washington State. They are the oldest estate winery in Washington State and use only estate-grown grapes in making their hand-crafted Washington wines. In 1980, Jeff Gordon, along with his wife, Vicki and brother Bill decided…

    6 readers - By Wild 4 Washington Wine