Cabernet Franc adds both a subtly and an “oomph” to Cabernet Sauvignon and other Bordeaux varieties. But on its own, quite simply, Cabernet Franc is glorious.
Cabernet Franc is mostly known as a Bordeaux blend; when combined with both Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Cab Franc rounds out the trio in Meritage wines.
Seattleite men, there’s a new shirt in town!
Guys, if you think figuring out which wine to pair with dinner is difficult, then you’ve probably also struggled with finding a comfortable dress shirt that looks good untucked to wear to the restaurant.
Experience wine and food at Swiftwater Cellars in Cle Elum.
Swiftwater Cellars is more than just a winery. Located within the beautiful Suncadia Resort in the heart of the Cascades, Swiftwater offers a wine experience unlike any other — a destination within a destination resort.
Think of the Jet Bag as a wine diaper for traveling.
I’ve been traveling a lot lately, mainly by plane and car, for both work and play. And now it’s summer, so there will even more travel in my future – and most likely yours, too.
Glamour + Camping = Glamping — An unusual way to travel in Washington.
This summer, spend a luxurious night under the stars at the beautiful Destiny Ridge Vineyard, which overlooks the Columbia River in central Washington. This is glamping — glamorous camping — at its finest, amid the vines where Alexandria Nicole Cellars estate wines have their beginnings.
Light whites and romantic rosés at The Woodhouse Wine Estates.
It’s been described as “off the beaten track” and “under the radar,” but I’ve been a fan of Woodhouse Wine Estates’ silky whites and robust reds for the last five years, since I first tasted their 2002 Maghee “Big Boy” Merlot. (Seriously, how can you not like a wine called “Big Boy?”)
Now you can party and help the Hutch fight cancer at the same time.
If you’re a true Seattleite, you instinctively want to help Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in any way possible. And if you’re a true wine enthusiast, this event will grab you by the palate.
Do you think Riesling rules? Now’s your chance to say why and win $1,000.
If you’re passionate about Riesling, this week’s Wine O’clock Wednesday column is for you! Pacific Rim Winery is calling out for Riesling fans to enter their contest, which started Monday, May 16 and runs for 10 weeks.
Pacific Science Center combines fine wine with the Pleistocene Age.
“How would you like to be described: balanced and brilliant, coarse and corky, ripe and rounded, earthy and elegant, tart and tannic, or velvety and vigorous?”