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2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee

2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee

Wine Review: 2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee, Willamette Valley, Oregon The 2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee is a great Chardonnay that was sourced from Dijon blocks located in the Dundee Hills—one block of 76 clone from Freedom Hill, another block from mixed Dijon clones from the Durant Vineyards and another from Lange Estate. […]

Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy

14 July 2014

Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy Women are developing tremendous influence in the wine and food industry, rising to the top of the ranks as winery owners, sommeliers, chefs, winemakers, vineyard managers, writers and educators. The aim of this series is to represent the Pacific Northwest women in Oregon and Washington who are developing tremendous influence in […]

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Video: Sous-vide Cooking Lecture

12 July 2014

Video: Sous-vide Cooking Lecture 1 It is probably hard to believe that Harvard puts on cooking lectures but they are quite fascinating videos. They are a collaboration between eminent Harvard researchers and world-class chefs. In this lecture speaker Joan Roca (El Celler de Can Roca) talks about Sous-vide Cooking. I will post other Sous-vide videos […]

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2011 Faust Cabernet Sauvignon

10 July 2014

Wine Review: 2011 Faust Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa, California The 2011 Faust Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine of enduring simplistic quality and I mean that in the most complimentary way, it is rare to taste a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that has not been over manipulated during fermentation and aging. Agustin Huneeus certainly has the skills […]

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The News Tribune: An Interview with Marc Hinton

08 July 2014

This week, writer and reporter Craig Sailor of the Tacoma News Tribune interviewed Enobytes writer and author Marc Hinton about his book, A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine, Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy. Head over to the article to read about camels, the Makah’s, Lewis and Clark, and of course food and wine, in his article titled, […]

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Happy Fourth of July!

04 July 2014

Hope you are enjoying some good wine and food with friends and family!

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2012 La Crema Pinot Noir

25 June 2014

Wine Review: 2012 La Crema Pinot noir, Willamette Valley, OR . This is the first vintage of Willamette Valley Pinot noir made by La Crema, one of the pioneers of cool climate winemaking from California, another fine producer in the stable of Jackson Family wines. The debut vintage is a good example of a large […]

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