The lesson for the winemaker “is simply to focus on producing quality wines and not to chase trends,” Robbie Meyer of Murrieta's Well says.
The property in Woodinville is where visitors can experience the wines, and this is where the white
Crowley Station Vineyards is a 15-acre vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills of Oregon.
The Cinder Winery tasting room and winery, in the same building, are open seven days a week in Garde
Victoria Coleman began working with Lobo Wines, part of Wulff Vineyards in Napa’s Atlas Peak Appellation, in 2008.
The Hat Ranch label harks back to Tim Harless' great-grandparents who homesteaded in Wyoming in 1902.
A summer stay in Europe “turned the light on,” vintner Sean Garvey says.
Johan Vineyards currently grows 63 acres of vines: 40 acres planted in 2002, with an additional 23 acres planted in 2009.
What started as selling wine out of the back of his Astro van has grown to become the largest independent winery in the state.
In its 10 years, Pudding River Wine Cellars has made a splash with its small-lot, boutique wines and makes custom wine for half a dozen other producers.
Ayres Vineyard is certified by LIVE, an independent certification board that promotes winegrowing and winemaking practices that tread lightly on the environment, protect wildlife, and treat workers fairly.
Ransom is the only winery in Oregon that also operates a full distillery, where Seestedt and his team make whiskey, vodka, grappa, vermouth and two kinds of gin.
How the U.S. wine industry adds up.
The lesson for the winemaker “is simply to focus on producing quality wines and not to chase trends,” Robbie Meyer of Murrieta's Well...
The property in Woodinville is where visitors can experience the wines, and this is where the white wines are produced. The red wines are produced in...