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Review: 2012 Bartholomew Winery Rosé

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: Bartholomew Winery, in the SODO district of Seattle Washington, is located inside one of the more iconic buildings of the area – the old Rainier Brewery building – right next to Interstate 5. Its owner, Bart Fawbush, has been passionately churning out good wines now for a few years and this […]

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Review: Hard Row to How – Round-up

When Don and Judy Phelps started this winery a few years ago they drew inspiration from the old brothel that once “served” the local mining community of the greater Lake Chelan area. For those not familiar with the landscape of this beautiful region in Washington State, it is indeed a bit different than Columbia Valley. […]

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Barnard Griffin – Reserve Round-up Review

Rob Griffin is one of the most well-respected winemakers in the State of Washington – his depth of knowledge in regards to making wine in that state and of its various wine regions is about as exhaustive as anyone could hope for. In 1983, he teamed up with Deborah Barnard and started up what has […]

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Rose’ Round-up

We’re well into the throws of the 2008 summer and there are plenty of great reasons to keep reaching out for a glass of wine over beer; one of them is Rose’ (or Rosado). Depending on what part of the world these blush wines come from, they’ll be called either Rosado or Rose’ – both […]

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