Among the most interesting trends throughout the Pacific Northwest wine industry is the appreciation for the red grape Tempranillo, the dominant variety in Spain’s famous Rioja region and one that produces deeply colored and full-bodied wines.
Georgia's Peach Festival features the world's biggest peach cobbler, made with 75 gallons of peaches, 90 pounds of butter, and 150 pounds of sugar. But cobbler chef Rich Bennett says one item not in the recipe is the real key.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion introduces the “MyPlate, MyWins” video series that shows how small changes to what you eat and drink add up. Whether at home or on-the-go, MyPlate can help you find a h
When someone mentions "Oregon wine country," most believe they are talking about the bucolic Willamette Valley, a region on the northern portion of the state that is famous worldwide for its Pinot Noir.
At more than 50,000 tons harvested annually in Oregon, Pinot Noir is one of the dominant red grape varieties in the Pacific Northwest, trailing only Washington Cabernet Sauvignon, which weighed in the past two vintages fall at more than 60,000 tons.
Hagen Kruger and Wild Goose Vineyards in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley are doing their best to make sure Pinot Gris does not get overlooked in the Pacific Northwest or at the Cascadia Wine Competition.