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Summertime: A great time to think pink

SEATTLE, June 30, 2013 —  For some reason, Rosé has sort of a bad reputation among certain male wine lovers who think of it as a “chick wine.” That’s unfortunate. One could make the case that its pink color is a bit feminine but there are many complex Rosé wines on the market that pack more ...

Review: Merlot Round-up – Top Wine Picks

SEATTLE, October 4, 2013 — The season of “Fall Food” is upon us. Think succulent meats, such as beef pot-roast, pork tenderloin, prime rib, and duck as well as the fresh game brought in by those who hunt. Merlot has an ample amount of dark fruit and earthy components that tend to go so well with the ...

Escaping to Walla Walla

WALLA WALLA, Washington, September 4, 2013 — There has been a relatively new wine region on the horizon for wine lovers around the country, and this one comes from Washington State, promoting the name of its central city. About four and half hours southeast of Seattle by car lies what many in the Northwest regard as ...

Target Chile for great wine value

SEATTLE, May 29, 2013 — Many consumers are looking for value in everything they buy, especially when it comes to wine. On a recent trip to the country of Chile, there was the opportunity to dive head-first into a world of wine value that waits for those who are feeling a bit adventurous. While many ...

Ever wonder why Napa Wines are so expensive?

SEATTLE, March 15, 2013 – Millions of wine lovers – both beginners and self-entitled “experts” flock to the Napa Valley every year in their thirst for that “perfect Cab, Merlot or even Zinfandel’. Certainly, Napa grows quite a bit more than these three varietals, but they are the reds that really helped shape this amazing region, ...