Archive for the ‘Walla Walla’ Category

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Writing you don’t see, revealed… Cadaretta’s Soil Composition at Southwind Vineyard

Tweet Cadaretta Wine’s Soil Composition at Southwind Vineyard is a story that I wrote for our client. Because it’s for their Website, it’s got a copyright on it and stories like this I never put onto my blog ~ like so many other internal documents that I produce daily. But this one has just stuck […]

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Bubbles & Chocolate ~ Washington Wine Country’s Delicious Treasure

Tweet When Jose and I visited Washington Wine Country, Bubbles & Chocolate was a gem of a find. Wine critic Paul Gregutt and his wife Karen Stanton Gregutt are leaders of commerce in their home town of Waitsburg. Not only does Paul write for Wine Enthusiast and his wine blog PaulGregutt.com, but he’s also the […]

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2012 Vintage – A Near Perfect Growing Season for Walla Walla Valley Winemakers

Tweet ♫♪ “Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone…♪♪♫” – Joni Mitchell Yeah… When I was in Walla Walla, I was busy exploring, learning, and enjoying being away from my computer, but I wasn’t thinking about falling in love. Then, I just got an Email from […]

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VIDEO WINEMAKER SERIES ~ Walla Walla Vintners in the Wine Cellar, Part II

Tweet On a recent trip to Walla Walla wine country, Jose and I had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Myles Anderson of the Walla Walla Vintners, thanks to Paul Gregutt. I wrote earlier about this visit with Myles Anderson at his winery in Part I. Dr. Anderson and Jose talked about his Walla Walla […]

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VIDEO WINEMAKER SERIES ~ Walla Walla Vintners in the Wine Cellar, Part I

Tweet While on a recent trip to Walla Walla wine country, Jose and I had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Myles Anderson of the Walla Walla Vintners. We have to thank Paul Gregutt, who’s Washington state’s most valuable wine writer resource. Staying with Paul and Karen Gregutt in their lovely and homey Waitsburg cottages gave […]

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Winemaker Eric Dunham’s Walla Walla Wonderland ~ Dunham Cellars

Tweet I’m fascinated by how closely wine is aligned to art. It’s liquid art, really, when it’s a handcrafted procedure during the winemaking process. Many, like Jan Shrem of Clos Pegase, who in this instance was a publisher in his past life, has now surrounded his winery with art  which he’s purchased. That’s always lovely… […]