If you are looking for a Washington winery that produces consistently great wine at a decent price point, look no further than Lauren Ashton Cellars. We have enjoyed these impressive wines since the day when talented winemaker Kit Singh and his wife Riinu opened their Woodinville winery. And their two June releases continue in the fine tradition we’ve come to know and respect; extraordinary wines for an enduring value.
So read on to find out more about Lauren Ashton Cellars 2014 Syrah and 2018 Cuvée Meline. Both were released early this month, and you do not want to miss them.
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. Continue reading →
The 21st annual Taste Washington is March 22-25 in Seattle — the country’s largest single-region wine and food extravaganza. We go every year and always look forward to the explosion of tastes, fun and education during the four-day event.
This year, Taste Washingtonfeatures more than 230 wineries, 65 restaurants and some of the nation’s top chefs. Although both days of the Grand Tasting are sold out, there are lots of other events still available. Continue reading for details, and check out “Featured Events” on the Taste Washingtonwebsite to buy tickets for these diverse activities: Continue reading →
It is with both tears and smiles that we write this tribute to our friend, Doug Long, who lost his 18-month fight against leukemia on November 29, 2017 at his home in Gig Harbor, surrounded by his loving family. Tears, because we miss him. Smiles because he brought such joy to so many people, including us.
Washington state’s wine industry lost a great man and we lost a friend. Doug was so warm, welcoming, gracious and passionate, with a wonderful smile and lots of entertaining stories to share. Continue reading →