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Spring Release Weekend in Spokane With Mercer Estates

Every year on Mother's Day weekend the Spokane wineries, known as The Cork District, host Spring Release Weekend. Whether you are a wine lover or just like to explore something new, this is a fun weekend to get out and about enjoying the newest releases from Spokane wineries and tasting room. While Nectar is not [...]

By | May 12th, 2017|Wine|0 Comments

2016 Winery of the Year Mercer Estates is in Spokane

Ready to take a journey through the history of Washington wine? The Mercer family has been homesteading in the Horse Heaven Hills before Washington was a state. In 1972 Don and Linda Mercer became the founding grape growers in the Horse Heaven Hills. In fact their original Cabernet block is now the highly acclaimed Champoux [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|Wine|0 Comments

Beer Dinner with Wander Brewing

We love beer! For 6 years we have been associated with wine at our downtown location but we are equal opportunity drinkers when it comes to craft beer and wine. That is why we are excited to bring you our first of many brewery dinners. Chef Steven has worked with our resident beer nerd Ben [...]

By | April 14th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

Welcome Lake Roosevelt Wine Co to Spokane

Over a century ago the shores of the Columbia river were considered one of the greatest grape growing spots in all of Washington. With the building of the Grand Coulee Dam Washington’s largest lake was created. Lake Roosevelt buried all those vineyards under several feet of water. Walter and Judy Haig, with the help of [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Welcome Lake Chelan’s Hard Row to Hoe to Spokane

Hard Row to Hoe is a family owned winery and vineyard in Lake Chelan Washington. I met owners Don (viticulture) and Judy (wine maker) Phelps at a wine tasting event and fell in love with their story, their approach to wine, and of course the innuendo associated (more to come on this). When I was [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Wine|0 Comments