Henschke Wines – Part 2

This is the inside of the beautiful Cellar Door of Henschke, a 157-year-old family-owned winery located in Keyneton, South Australia. We visited last month, and discovered amazing family history, lovely people and exceptional wines.

This post focuses on some of the outstanding wines we tasted. Our previous post, Part 1, features Henschke’s history. And the third post, coming soon, will highlight more stellar wines.
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Henschke Wines – Part 1

Henschke is a 157-year-old family-owned winery located in Keyneton, South Australia, in the Eden Valley wine region of the Barossa.

Our visit to Henschke’s Cellar Door was one of the highlights of our trip to Australia and New Zealand last month. Indeed, the experience and the wines were both exceptional. Therefore, this post focuses on our experience, and on Henschke’s history. The second post focuses on the beautiful wines. Continue reading

Another Successful, Fun and Educational Taste Washington

Congratulations to the Washington State Wine Commission and Visit Seattle for another successful Taste Washington on March 28-31, 2019.

Voted one of USA Today’s 10 Best Wine Festivals, Taste Washington featured four full days of wine and food events with Seattle’s hottest chefs and acclaimed Washington winemakers.

Of note, thousands of people participated in the annual celebration of the excellent wine made in this state. We attended the Grand Tasting, and had a most excellent time.
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DeLille Cellars Delicious New Winter Releases

DeLille Cellars is a boutique artisan winery that has become one of the most revered Washington wine brands. Founded in 1992, DeLille is one of the leading wineries in the state. Notably, the winery produces approximately 30,000 cases and generates international attention.

Furthermore, their delicious red blends secured a place on Wine & Spirits Magazine list of Top 100 Wineries of the World in 2017 and 2018.

Continuing in the spirit of excellence, DeLille Cellars recently released these two beauties from Red Mountain.
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