Washington Wine

In the Columbia Gorge AVA, a rogues’ gallery of farmers and winemakers are producing some of the Northwest’s most exciting wines

Taste Washington, billed as "the nation's largest single-region wine and food event," turns 20 this year, and the gathering, organized by the Washington Wine Commission and Visit Seattle, has pulled out all the stops.

In celebration of Taste Washington, the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event that kicks off this week: 10 exceptional bottles for those considering starting a Washington wine cellar

On Red Mountain, a winemaking couple create a space that’s both workplace and retreat. They call it their “barn”—and the outlines of Chris and Thea Upchurch’s Red Mountain retreat does reference a farm structure.

MOHAI’s new exhibit traces the city’s food journey. To celebrate, curator and Seattle food writer Rebekah Denn’s expanded excerpt from the exhibit presents some iconic—but not fancy—food pairings with Washington wines, beers and spirits

The Northwest Wine Encounter: An intimate affair for wine lovers who get their geek on over things like the impact of soil, weather, terroir and altitude

An intimate affair for wine lovers who get their geek on over things like the impact of soil, weather, terroir and altitude

The summer is winding down, but the food scene is heating up again with that new-season vigor. Here are a few upcoming events that will make the departure of the summer bounty not nearly as depressing. 

Going on wine-tasting treks is one of the joys of living in the Northwest. There is no greater find than driving past vineyards and discovering a sweet little tasting room off the beaten path.