Wine Yakima Valley

Wine Yakima Valley is inviting
wine enthusiasts to its annual
Catch the Crush event
October 13, 14.
Each winery offers its own
celebratory events, including grape stomps,
harvest and crush activities, tours,
free-run juice, hors d’oeuvres, live
music, and of course wine

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DeLille Cellars’ 2015 Harrison Hill is Andy Perdue’s Wine of the Year

DeLille Cellars’ 2015 Harrison Hill is Andy Perdue’s Wine of the Year 0

52 Weeks of Wine 🕔November 6, 2018

The Seattle Times October 26, 2018 This red blend that uniquely speaks to a sense of place is made with grapes from the venerable Harrison Hill Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. I’VE BEEN ON a journey with my 2018 Wine

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A Ghouling Halloween Wine

A Ghouling Halloween Wine 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Wineries 🕔October 31, 2018

In general, Americans don’t pay much attention to holiday-themed wines. They have limited appeal and quit honestly, they usually aren’t very good. Halloween is just around the corner, which means parties, gatherings and ghouling decorations are in fashion. While not

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Yakima Valley Flavor Camp

Yakima Valley Flavor Camp 0

52 Weeks of Wine 🕔October 29, 2018

An old adage says there is strength in numbers. When it comes to the Yakima Valley’s agricultural bounty, this statement is truer than ever.  Regardless of the final product, producers find the growing aspects of the region’s raw agriculture products makes

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Yakima Valley’s heat nets near perfect harvest

Yakima Valley’s heat nets near perfect harvest 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Media 🕔October 16, 2018

Yakima Valley wineries are beginning to bring in the final haul for the 2018 harvest.  The fruit is spectacular with exceptional color and flavors. Winemakers are anticipating the 2018 vintage to be intense, complex wines. As a growing region, I

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Catch the Crush harvest celebration

Catch the Crush harvest celebration 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Events 🕔October 11, 2018

Wine festivals are an integral part of the winemaking tradition. They mark the celebration of the culmination of months of hard work in the vineyard, with the anticipation of a healthy and plentiful harvest. For winemakers, the hard work is just beginning. For visitors, it is a

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Lower-alcohol wines trending among consumers

Lower-alcohol wines trending among consumers 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Media 🕔September 21, 2018

Consumers are concerned with health and wellness more today than ever before, which is creating a heightened interest in lower-alcohol wines. As a result, winemakers are recognizing the demand for high-quality wine without high levels of alcohol. Woodinville-based Savage Grace

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Adding color to your tasting palette

Adding color to your tasting palette 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Media 🕔September 4, 2018

Words give the world meaning. Every time we learn a new word we add a new color to our palette. There are a lot of words that add color to the palette when tasting wine. It’s important to recognize what

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Wine pairing for summer grilling, the key is simplicity

Wine pairing for summer grilling, the key is simplicity 0

52 Weeks of Wine 🕔August 16, 2018

Pairing food and wine can seem like a daunting task.Summer-time grilling serves up such a wide range of flavors that pairing them with wine can sometimes be a challenge.  Because the food may be driven by different flavor accents from

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Color explosion in Valley vineyards

Color explosion in Valley vineyards 0

52 Weeks of Wine , Wine Country , Wineries 🕔July 30, 2018

A French viticulture term; veraison means “the onset of grape ripening.” It involves a number of changes in the grape. First, the grapes start to change color. Once veraison starts, the vineyards begin to explode with different shades of yellow,

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Roads Less Traveled

Roads Less Traveled 0

52 Weeks of Wine 🕔July 24, 2018

Take the back roads to four unique and appealing Yakima Valley wineries Travelers know that sometimes the best roads are the back roads, where the pace is slower, the path less crowded and the experience more genuine. This idea holds

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