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2015 Sleight of Hand The Magician Riesling

Yesterday, a day after getting home from a fabulous spring break road trip down to California on Sunday, I pulled a bottle out of the wine fridge.  145 more words

Owen Roe Winery Spotlight

Join Us For A Tasting Event Featuring Owen Roe!

SINCE THEIR FIRST VINTAGE IN 1999, OWEN ROE HAS STRIVED TO PRODUCE BEAUTIFUL WINES FROM SUPERIOR SITES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. 362 more words

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Masters and Merlot

Oh hey now I’m a certified somm! I went and took the Court of Master Sommeliers’ certified test this last Wednesday. I only told my friend who was helping me practice I was doing the test, as I wasn’t sure I’d pass. 383 more words

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Rotie in my throaty

When I was 22 I worked at this Seattle SODO wine store called Esquin. Every weekend this tall, handsome (sorry Shea) wine distributor with curly blonde locks came in to restock his wines and give the staff samples. 469 more words

Wine Tourism Challenge: Giving City Visitors a Taste of the Wine Country

The most famous explanation of international trade is David Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative Advantage. England can make both cloth and wine and so can Portugal, but they will both gain if England specializes in cloth and trades it for Portuguese wines on the basis of each country’s relative efficiency of production. 1,588 more words

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Woodward Canyon Winery - Walla Walla, WA

I had taken a break from winery posts, simply because I didn’t want to overwhelm with them, or make it seem like I live at wineries (trust me, I have a toddler, I don’t). 509 more words

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Walla Walla Vintners: A New Look at a Washington Legend

History In A Nutshell: Gordon Veneri and Myles Anderson, a couple of teachers at Walla Walla Community College and home winemakers for twelve years, finally decided to take their passionate hobby to a professional venture in 1995 and founded the eighth winery in a city of what was then about 10,000 onion farmers and prison guards. 1,701 more words

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