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Great Northwest Wine: Washington Chardonnay grows in popularity By Andy Perdue and Eric Degerman Great Northwest Wine More than any white in Washington, Chardonnay is on the rise. During last fall’s harvest, winemakers brought in 45,000 tons, second only...

Summer vineyard tour focuses on vineyard designate wines The prominence of vineyard-designated wines in today’s market place is another example of consumers’ interest in learning the “sense of place” from the wine they consume. American Viticultural Areas...

What’s the difference between Syrah and Shiraz? -- Nothing, really, although there is a thought that wines labeled as Syrah are more elegant in style, while Shiraz indicates a fruitier, full body and higher alcohol...

The vineyard at Terra Blanca is planted in small blocks (block=about 5 acres) that follow the topography and soil types allowing for consistent management of the vines in the blocks. Careful micromanagement of the vineyard...

Located on the southwest corner of Red Mountain is Terra Blanca’s 300-acre estate. A combination of slope, soil composition and climate make our vineyard very special. Currently 91 acres are planted. Soil Composition of our Red...