Six Steps to Surviving Holiday Dinners

Six Steps to Surviving Holiday Dinners

So you’re spending another holiday with crazy Uncle Lou and Aunt Beatrice. This situation calls for an adult beverage. But if the kind folks hosting holiday dinner aren’t wine, beer, or cider drinkers what are you to do? The WBW crew has bantered about the conundrum...
Let’s Go to Sonoma and Napa

Let’s Go to Sonoma and Napa

It seemed so surreal watching video of the Hilton Sonoma burn down to the ground. I’d almost booked a stay there for the upcoming 2017 Wine Bloggers Conference (#WBC17) in Santa Rosa, California that starts on November 9. Then more and more images of wineries,...
How a Researcher Discovered a Career in Wine

How a Researcher Discovered a Career in Wine

What do a florist, a corporate event planner, and a senior technology consultant all have in common? They share a love of wine so profound that it has compelled them to embark on a serious exploration of how simple grapes transform into a refined fermented beverage....
SODO Block Party Returns

SODO Block Party Returns

Last summer Seattle saw the arrival of wineries normally associated with a 5+ hour drive to Walla Walla. We’re talking Rôtie Cellars, Waters Winery, and Sleight of Hand Cellars. They moved into SODO Urban Works which was already home to one of our favorite email wine...
Tour Yakima Valley

Tour Yakima Valley

Experience the vineyards while meeting the growers and winemakers. A glass of wine might look like nothing more than fermented fruit. Now take a look at the color of that wine. Is it light and bright or dark and intense? Stick your nose in that glass and engage your...
Excuse our dust

Excuse our dust

We are updating our website to make it easier for you to use when you are on the go. Over the next week or two, you will notice a number of transformations as we evolve.  Please be patient as we strive to serve you better. We are a work in progress, but we think...