Category Results for: Vineyards

 

Oregon Wine: Outside the Willamette Valley

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

For many, Oregon wine is synonymous with the Willamette Valley. However, there are exciting things happening elsewhere in the state, including the Columbia Gorge, Southern Oregon, and, of course, the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley. Today, Oregon boasts over 400 wineries and 16 AVA’s (American Viticultural Areas). With those AVA’s found in both […]

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DenHoed Wine Estates: Gorgeous Red Wines from Wallula Vineyard

Monday, April 30th, 2012

DenHoed Wine Estates, founded in 2006, is a joint venture between grape growing brothers Bill and Andy Den Hoed and Washington wine pioneer Allen Shoup. DenHoed produces two red wines, both made exclusively with fruit from Wallula Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Wallula Vineyard is located high above the Columbia River south of Kennewick, […]

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Maison Bleue Winery: Jon Martinez’s Star Continues to Rise

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Maison Bleue, founded by owner/winemaker Jon Martinez in 2008, is located in Prosser, Washington. Martinez changed careers to venture into winemaking, giving up a successful dental practice. He has become a bona fide winemaking star and his Maison Bleue wines have been the buzz of the Washington wine industry the past couple of years. Maison […]

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An Unlikely Boutique: Sagemoor Vineyards

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Kori S. Voorhees, our Wine Peeps Editor-in-Chief, has been a contributor to Washington Tasting Room Magazine, a quarterly magazine that focuses on Washington State wine with articles about wineries, vineyards, travel, and lifestyle. The following article, written by Kori, appeared in the Summer 2011 issue. Northwest wineries have been banking on grapes from Sagemoor Vineyards […]

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Sineann’s Peter Rosback…a Jack of Many Vineyards

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Peter Rosback is one of the most well-known and well-respected winemakers in the Pacific Northwest. Rosback got his start in winemaking in 1985 as a home winemaker experimenting with Pinot Noir. In 1986, he began making Old Vine Zinfandel from The Pines Vineyard. Rosback entered the wine business commercially in 1994 when he and David […]

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The Golden Touch: Boushey Vineyards

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Kori S. Voorhees, our Wine Peeps Editor-in-Chief, is also a contributor to Washington Tasting Room Magazine, a quarterly magazine that focuses on Washington State wine with articles about wineries, vineyards, travel, and lifestyle. The following article, written by Kori, appeared in the Spring 2011 issue. A tour of Boushey Vineyards with renowned grape grower Dick […]

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Spotlight On: Andrew Will Winery

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Chris Camarda made his first wines in the basement of his mother’s house on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle. After spending 20 years in the restaurant industry, Chris had developed a good palate and decided to try his hand at winemaking. He founded Andrew Will Winery in 1989 and named it for his son Will […]

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Spotlight On: Woodward Canyon Winery

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Rick Small’s agricultural roots run deep; he’s a third generation farmer on his father’s side of the family and fifth generation on his mother’s side. Rick and his wife Darcey Fugman-Small founded Woodward Canyon Winery in 1981, making it the second winery in the Walla Walla Valley. In fact, the Smalls played an instrumental part […]

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Corliss Estates and Tranche Cellars: Livin’ Up to the Hype

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Corliss Estates and Tranche Cellars burst onto the scene a couple of years ago and almost immediately received high praise from the critics. Located in Walla Walla, Washington, Corliss’s critical acclaim has not been limited to the confines of Washington State. In fact, their goal is to be considered one of the “grand vins” of […]

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True Grit: Champoux Vineyards

Monday, June 6th, 2011

Kori S. Voorhees, our Wine Peeps Editor-in-Chief, is also a regular contributor to Washington Tasting Room Magazine, a quarterly magazine that focuses on Washington State wine with articles about wineries, vineyards, travel, and lifestyle. The following article, written by Kori, appeared in the Winter 2010/2011 issue. Accustomed to dealing with the forces of nature, Paul […]

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