Tag Archives: Washington wine

Audrey Luk

The mixture of sage, mint, parsley, panko and golden raisins that I rolled into a butterflied leg of lamb

Hold on to that feeling – the feeling that you can eat and drink what you want; the feeling that wine is meant to be savored; the feeling that you deserve that fancy meal. These are all ideas that go… [Read more…]

No Comments | Leave a Comment

Dini Rao

Anna Schafer is an ambitious upstart in Washington’s Walla Walla wine scene. Her second vintage was poured at French Laundry and Per Se, the sort of star-making placements that many vintners could only dream of. Though her family is new… [Read more…]

No Comments | Leave a Comment

Ted Farthing

While on a vineyard tour in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, I asked about a huge boulder protruding from a hillside. “Oh, that,” said the vineyard manager. “It’s from Montana, and we didn’t drive it here on a truck”. He went on… [Read more…]

No Comments | Leave a Comment