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Superior hillside sites shine in years like this. The finale of the 2019 wine grape harvest resulted in last-minute changes sending winemakers and grape growers scurrying to get ahead of the unseasonal weather. Although some acreage remains...

One of the most important and most challenging aspects of any holiday meal is the wine choice. Finding a wine that pleases the palates of your guests and pairs well with the food can be...

Halloween is here. It’s time to don your long-anticipated, carefully crafted costume for this year’s epic extravaganza. But what will you take to accompany your glorious attire? This is not the night to dig into your...

Keeping a well-stocked cupboard of delicious, great value wines doesn’t have to be a difficult task. Drinking well shouldn’t be a luxury, nor should you have to sacrifice good taste to avoid breaking the bank....

Autumn is a vibrant time in the Yakima Valley. Days are getting shorter and leaves are turning red and orange, dotting the horizon with beautiful warm colors, a sure sign that fall is in the...

Yakima Valley Grape Growers Excited About 2019 Vintage Veraison in Wine Country Yakima, Wash., — Aug 9, 2019 — The home stretch to harvest has begun, and there are happy faces all around Yakima Valley’s wine country. Not to...

Very few wineries these days operate without a wine club. Wine club's have been critical in developing consistent revenue year round. It is also an opportunity to grow your direct to consumer profits, which are...

It takes a lot of water to make wine and the Department of Ecology wants to make sure that corrosive wastewater from wineries do not harm animals or people. Beginning July 1st Washington's first Winery General...

The Yakima Valley AVA (American Viticultural area) encompasses significant diversity of climate, topography and soil; and this diversity yields a broad spectrum of high-quality grapes and wines. Four AVAs, Yakima Valley, Red Mountain, Rattlesnake Hills,...