Washington wines shine in the Dec. 31 Wine Spectator

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Underscoring Precept Wine’s growth, versatility and consistency in over-delivering quality for the price, The Dec. 31, 2015 Wine Spectator made a strong case for the company through several placements in the issue’s feature sections. The Savvy Shopper, pg. 44– Browne 2014 Sauvignon Blanc (90 points!) got a nod in the “Star Turn” section on Washington …

Could Idaho Be America’s Next Great Wine Region?

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Excerpts from http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/idaho-wine-region Copyright Ted Loos/Travel & Leisure, November 4, 2015 Move over, potatoes. It’s wine’s time to shine. If you’ve already acknowledged that the Northwest corner of our great United States is a hotbed for fine wine—Willamette Pinots, Walla Walla Cabs, and the like—then how much of a stretch is it to accept next-door …

Six Precept Wines in Wine Spectator’s “Biggest Bang for the Buck”

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The Oct. 15 print issue of Wine Spectator featured a curated compilation of four varieties the mag considered “the biggest bang for the buck.” Authored by editor Kim Marcus, Precept Wine received six listings across its Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Chardonnay, including: Canoe Ridge Vineyard 2013 Expedition Cabernet Sauvignon Ross Andrew 2012 Huntsman Cabernet Sauvignon …