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I-1183 Liquor Privitization Resources

Have you decided? If you live in Washington State, and you are still sitting on the fence regarding Initiative 1183, as I was, then please follow the links below. You'll find the articles stimulating, especially the comments. Sean Sullivan - Washington Wine Report " Why I Am Voting No on Initiative 1183 " Paul Gregutt - Unfined and Unfiltered  "My Vote on Initiative 1183" Gail Puryer - The Grumpy Winemaker "No on 1183" The Seattle Times - Local News "Questions about liquor initiative focus on state revenue, availability" The Yes on 1183 Coalition NO on I-1183 Cheers!

Guest Post: 3 Washington Syrahs Reviewed on "The Wine'd Up"

One of my posts is featured exclusively on " The Wine'd Up ". I just reviewed three excellent Washington State Syrah's - you can read my review on " The Wine'd Up " or go direct to the article here . Thanks to Matt for asking me to write for them. It's freezing in the Columbia Valley this week, brrr. Cheers!

2 Wines of the Week from Gordon Brothers

Tim Henley of Gordon Brothers Winery Delivers the Goods. Cooler weather and clouds have settled into the Columbia Valley. While Fall is shifting my preference in wine to red, this week I reveled in a bottle of white wine from Gordon Brothers. Loved this wine and it was perfect with my slow cooked chicken.

Gordon Brothers Winery Visit Crush Weekend

Sign as you enter the private winery. Sunday I visited Gordon Brothers Winery during their “Crush Weekend”. The winery is located above the Snake River near Pasco, Washington. They are a family owned winery and produce Estate Grown and bottled wine. Their winemaker since 2007 is Tim Henley (he’s doing a great job too).

6 Rieslings from the Finger Lakes

Finger Lakes Official Riesling Launch These are the six wines I received to review. I was fortunate to participate in the official Riesling launch sponsored by the Finger Lakes Wine Alliance and Finger Lakes Wine Country (#FLXwine). As a participant, I received a selection of six bottles of Finger Lakes Riesling.