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It will be the year of wine, whiskey, and closings.
In 2016, some was lost and much was gained. We toast it all.
It can be done, but you need the right guide.
Give the gift of better-made drinks.
Yes, they like to drink over there, but there is no incentive for refined mixology.
Brightly lit watering holes are in fashion, and it just feels so wrong.
What the deal says about the way that winemakers view wine drinkers and Washington state.
Any wine that requires an expert to test it is likely not worth your time.
Steak and cabernet are a given. But what if you’re in the mood for something a little different?
The view from the Washington Wine Road Trip.
Copperworks and Westland distilleries have two new bottles, just in time for the chilly months.
It’s a tradition, but is it sexist … or even really that efficient?
It might be the way wine was meant to be, but that doesn’t mean it’s good.
The founder of Serafina brought rustic Italian cuisine to a city that needed it, built community in a neighborhood that cherished it, and changed the lives of those who gathered at her table.
How a short stint on the disabled list helped land catcher Chris Iannetta on the wine list.
The Riesling Rendezvous challenges the idea that this grape is just too sweet, fruity, and unserious.
Blend it, freeze it, or stick a popsicle in it.
Once prohibitively provincial, the wines of British Columbia are waking up to a wider world.
Our drink columnist suggests what to drink instead of the pink.
As with everything in this life, it’s all about communication.