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Welcome to Canoe Ridge Vineyard

An Authentic Northwest Adventure

As legend has it, explorers Lewis and Clark noticed a ridge resembling an overturned canoe on their historic 1805 Columbia River journey. 373 more words

Wine Studies Level 1- USA

Compared to European countries, the United States does not have a very long tradition of winemaking. What many might be surprised to learn, however, is that wine was actually made here in the US as early a the 1600s. 1,062 more words

Wine Tasting

conquering the mountain

The hubs and I have a bucket list, but it’s not your traditional list of all these exotic places we someday want to go (we have one of those too!), this list is filled with AVA’s. 464 more words


If you read it, I will write...

I know, it has been a while since you have heard from me. Recently people have asked why I wasn’t writing about wine anymore…  I actually don’t have a great answer as to why the writing stopped. 868 more words

Washington Wine

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25 Wines Under $25

Willows lodge recently hosted Woodinville Wine Country’s 25 wines under $25.    This year’s event proved to be extremely popular and well attended requiring elbow to elbow positioning in front of favorite winemakers and ducking wine pours overhead. 145 more words


Sunday Sippin': Bergevin Lane Merlot

Join co-founder Annette Bergevin and assistant winemaker Sean for a taste of Bergevin Lane Merlot straight from the barrel.

Order your own bottle for yourself online here!

Happy Sunday Sippin’!