The good news? A bottle of wine chilling in an ice bucket, glassware, and bluetooth speakers come with your reservation. The even better news is that you won’t ever run out of wine out here.
No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
There’s nothing quite as gorgeous as summer in the Pacific Northwest and one of my favorite summertime activities is outdoor concerts that go on till late at night.
10 years ago Lake Chelan was officially designated as an American Viticulture Area (AVA). This designation is granted by the Federal government, and signifies an area with unique climate, soil and physical features that distinguish it from surrounding areas.
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?”)
Great music, beautiful surroundings and award-winning wine at the 2011 Summer Concert Series at Chateau Ste. Michelle.
A sure sign that summer is on its way: Chateau Ste. Michelle just released its 2011 Summer Concert Series lineup!
Woodinville’s favorite wine tasting weekend is back and better – and longer – than ever!
Fear not, thirsty Seattleites — a unique wine country opportunity lies just over the Sammamish River Valley. Though the city of Woodinville boasts the wildly popular Red Hook Brewery, as well as several locally sourced restaurants like Herbfarm, the community is best known for its thriving wine scene.