I visited Maryhill Winery and Cathedral Ridge Winery during a post-conference tour of the 2018 Wine Blogger’s Conference.[Read more]
Visiting Walla Walla, Washington and Highlights from the Wine Bloggers Conference 2018
I had another great time at the Wine Bloggers Conference this year which was held in Walla Walla, Washington on October 4 -7, 2018.[Read more]
Cadaretta Windthrow 2014 – A Silky, Syrah-Dominated Red Blend that Drips in Elegance
Cadaretta, Windthrow 2014, Columbia Valley, Washington
Tasting Note: A silky, syrah-dominated red blend that drips in elegance. [Read more]
6 Reasons Why Real Wine Lovers Should Visit Red Mountain
You may not be familiar with wines from the Red Mountain American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Washington state.
And neither was I until my visit this past October as part of the 2018 Wine Bloggers Conference.
But I’m a fan of now.[Read more]
Portrait Cellars Cabernet Franc 2009 – Proves the Heights and Depth of Complexity the Cab Franc Can Reach in Red Mountain
Portrait Cellars, Cabernet Franc 2009, Red Mountain, Washington
Tasting Note: Cabernet franc may well find one of its ideal warm-weather growing sites in Washington state’s Red-Mountain AVA, and this bottle proves the heights and depth of complexity the grape can reach here.[Read more]
Hamilton Cellars Weinbau Cabernet Franc 2013 – Echoes the Loire with Fruit-Restraint, Subtlety and Complexity of Flavor
Hamilton Cellars, Weinbau Cabernet Franc 2013, Columbia Valley, Washington
Tasting Note: A Washington-state cabernet franc that echoes the Loire with fruit-restraint, subtlety and complexity of flavor.[Read more]