Whether you spend Valentines Day 2024 with your spouse, partner, family or good friends, it’s a wonderful time to enjoy red wine and chocolates. Or white wine, rosé or sparkling wine. Certainly, some people prefer to celebrate love and friendship every day – and why not? Regardless of your choice, here is our list of 14 suggestions for Valentines Day Wines — from Washington, British Columbia, France, South Africa and Georgia. Of note, this is also American Heart Month, which reinforces the importance of heart health, with a goal to eradicate heart disease and stroke.
Tickets are on sale now for Taste WA 2024. For two decades, we have called this festival “the Super Bowl of Wine Events.” It’s the country’s largest single-region wine and food extravaganza. So what are you waiting for? Especially because ticket prices rise as the event gets closer. You do not want to miss this explosion of tastes, fun and education on March 14-24 in Seattle. Continue reading
After a three-year break, the Auction of Washington Wines’ (AWW) Private Barrel Auction returns for an in-person event. This year, the 8th Private Barrel Auction will be hosted in March to align with Taste Washington and Washington Wine Month.
Specifically, the event will take place on March 15 at The Winemakers Reserve in Woodinville, and will benefit Washington State University’s Viticulture & Enology Program. Collectors and trade, this one’s for you. Read on for more information. Continue reading
We had never tasted Georgian wines before. That is to say, wines from Georgia the country, not the state. Once we did, we knew we’d continue to taste amazing wines from this region in the future. Many people don’t realize that Georgia holds the distinction of being the birthplace of wine. Scientists found wine residue on pieces of clay vessels dating back 8,000 years. Therefore, winemaking is a part of the small country’s identity. Read on for the story and the three wines we tasted.