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Somm Journal December 17

It’s been 41 years since the judgement of Paris broke the glass ceiling for California wines, causing some California cult cabernets to begin out-fetching First-Growth prices. Now that California has some decades under its belt, we thought it would be interesting to ask eight highly regarded somms to weigh in on how California’s two premier […]

Eater Seattle’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide features W.T. Vintner’s Boushey 4-pack

Single-Vineyard Wine Set For the true wine geek in your life, here’s a rare glimpse into the way single-varietal reds — syrah, grenache, and mourvèdre from Yakima Valley’s acclaimed Boushey Vineyard — from the same vintage and location taste individually and blended, Châteauneuf-du-Pape-style. The four wines from WT Vintners are also available individually; if you […]

Washington Wines for Thanksgiving

According to sommelier Morgan Harris, Washington is the perfect place to look for wines for this year’s Thanksgiving table. In particular, Harris finds the state’s Grenache and Syrahs perfect for a family feast. One favorite of the Grenache we sampled is the W.T. Vintners, 2015 Boushey ($40), “a boozy version of cranberry sauce” made by […]

2017 Fall Release Weekend – October 14th & 15th!

“W.T. Vintners is making some of the most thrilling wines in Washington right now, showing equal dexterity with reds and whites.” – Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast Magazine Fall Release! Join us on Saturday and Sunday October 14th and 15th for the release of: Underwood Mountain Grüner Veltliner, Columbia Gorge, WA 2016 Les Collines Vineyard Syrah, Damavian, Walla […]

Seattle Mag: W.T. Vintners – Best Rhone Blend (more than $25)

From vineyards to wines — even to labels — Seattle Magazine’s 2017 Washington Wine Awards judging raised several glasses to people and their creations in Walla Walla Valley’s industry.  The more than 100 wines receiving the most votes in the varietal categories qualified as finalists for a blind tasting March 7. That tasting was conducted […]

Paste: Twin Peaks Season 3 Wine Guide

WT Vintners Les Collines Vineyard Syrah ($45): I asked the guy at the WT tasting room what made this wine so different from Savage Grace. Same grape. Not only same grape: Same vineyard. The answer? “Twelve days.” Sorry? “Twelve days. Savage picked their fruit twelve days before we did.” If you think people are being […]