These Northwest wineries make Cab far from drab

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Great Northwest Wine – Andy Perdue and Eric Degerman On the eve of Wine Press Northwest magazine’s peer-judging of more than 140 entries of Cabernet Sauvignon made in the Pacific Northwest, Great Northwest Wine takes a moment to look back at some of the best Cabs our panel has tasted during the second half of …

Terroir & Tastings

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Pairing Wine and Chocolate has Never Been So Delicious! Candy Industry Magazine – Bernard Pacyniak Recent trips have -and I’m truly grateful for this – further enlightened me about wine and its wonderful connection to confections. Mind you, I’ve always been a wannabe wine aficionado. Although I’m a great enthusiast, I regret to say my …

Washington Cabs: The “Next-Non-New Thing”

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HOUSE Red included in SA Current San Antonio (TX) Current – Ron Bechtol With the new year in, it’s time for this critic to reexamine some old prejudices. Yes, that means deigning to revisit merlot; it’s been down long enough. It implies even seeking out leaner chardonnays, despite a predilection for odd grapes such as …