One of this summer’s most popular celebrations of Washington wines, the 35th Annual Winemaker Picnic & Barrel Auction, is happening […]
Lunar New Year came and went on February 12, 2021, so we’re a little bit late, but the […]
Tinte Cellars, a family-owned winery with two other locations in Woodinville, opened up their new tasting room in […]
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.
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.
Enjoy Seattle-area offerings from wonderful Wanderlust to daring dance performances.
So far, we’ve been loving this month, and we’re excited to see what the rest of May has in store. To help fully embrace this delightful pre-summer stretch, we’ve rounded up some suggestions for Seattle-area “musts” that promise to nourish the mind, body and soul (not necessarily in that order). And in some cases—like Wanderlust on May 22—you can attend to all three at once.
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?”)