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Washington State Syrah is coming under the spotlight in a new transatlantic joint venture involving Chateau Ste Michelle linking the Pacific north-west with the Rhone Valley.
Winemakers in Washington State have reported a record grape harvest for the third consecutive year, reflecting stronger investment in the US region’s vineyards.
Washington State's rising reputation for Cabernet Sauvignon has been enhanced by a local winery winning one of the most prestigious prizes at the 2014 Decanter World Wine Awards.
Wineries in Washington state saw a record grape harvest in 2013, with Cabernet Sauvignon the most popular variety, offering more evidence of the wine region's rise to prominence.
A Canadian investment group has beaten off competition from several wineries to secure 670 acres of prime vineyard land in Washington State for more than US$16m.
Duckhorn has become the latest Napa Valley winery to invest in Washington State and is preparing to launch a Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from the Red Mountain area.
The Walla Walla AVA in the eastern part of this state offers superb festivals, dining and touring options, says Paul Gregutt. Read the full guide to Washington State, including the best wineries to visit, plus top places to stay, eat, shop and relax. As published in the Decanter April 2013 issue.
E&J Gallo has purchased the Columbia and Covey Run wineries in Washington State.
The end of the state-controlled sale of spirits in Washington State took place at the end of May, and has many retailers worried about the impact on wine sales.
Decanter's contributing editor Stephen Brook reveals his top 10 Washington State Bordeaux Blends in this month's issue of the magazine. In addition are six others not currently available in the UK.
As harvest finishes in the Pacific northwest, vintners are pondering a season of opposites.
Washington State Wine Commission boss Robin Pollard is to quit – less than four months after the head of neighbouring Oregon's generic wine body also stood down.
Château Palmer massive verticale in Washington.
As winemakers worldwide strive to emphasise regionality, the Pacific Northwest is dealing in wine regions with a foot in both Oregon and Washington. Don’t let the confusion put you off, says PAUL GREGUTT
Washington State has reached the 500-winery mark, consolidating its position as America’s No. 2 wine state.
Bonny Doon producer Randall Grahm has begun building an all-Riesling winery in Washington State.
American winemaker Brian Carter has launched Washington State's first winery to focus exclusively on hand-crafted European-style blended wines.
Washington’s Rattlesnake Hills will soon become this Pacific Northwest state’s ninth federal appellation.
Washington may be more famous for giving the world Jimi Hendrix, Bing Crosby and Starbucks coffee but, as GARY WERNER finds out, it’s also the source of some of the world’s finest wines
The Washington Wine Commission and the Washington Wine Institute have hired a new executive director.
After serving as executive director of the Washington Wine Commission for six months, Jane Baxter Lynn has left the job.
2005 vintage guide for Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon. Winemakers report small grape clusters with intense color, balance and ripe flavors.
The Washington Wine Commission today named Jane Baxter Lynn as its new executive director.
2004 vintage guide for Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon. Full-bodied wines with rich, ripe flavours.