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Weddings, birthdays, New Years. The pinnacle of our celebrations is when we raise a glass of sparkling wine to toast our joys and dreams. But according to Wine Spectator more people in the U.S. are...

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) approved Yakima Valley’s fourth sub AVA on September 25, 2020. This recognition acknowledges the distinctive topography and effects of the 815 acres located just four miles...

Local wineries are reimagining their business models, and the state of the industry as they move forward into the sales and marketing of wine during turbulent times. Winery professionals have realized that they need to rapidly...

After nearly a month of picking, the 2020 Yakima Valley wine grape harvest remains steady due to consistent summer temperatures. Small berries and clusters are offering excellent quality with a slightly lighter yield this year.  Yakima Valley...

The end of summer is always a little sad. The sun sets earlier, and the kids are either back to school (or, this year, gearing up for online school). Although it has been an unconventional...

With its varying degrees of pink, rosé is as beautiful as it is palatable. The color of this popular summer wine ranges from a very light copper to a dark, almost hot pink. The winemaking method...

It’s summer in the Yakima Valley. The weather is warm, the agricultural bounty is high, and fresh white wines are top of mind. The Yakima Valley features landscapes of fruit trees, fragrant mint fields, and lush...

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