Chelan takes a breath in Winter – Meet the winemakers.
Chelan takes a breath in Winter – Meet the winemakers
Wintertime Wanderings in Washington’s Cascade Valley Wine Country
Tom Douglas’s Seattle Kitchen on KIRO visits Leavenworth, Wenatchee and Lake Chelan
Slow down and take a breath at the wineries in Chelan. Click to listen!
Cascade Valley – a symphony of wine, water and mountains
Cascade Valley – A symphony of wine, water and mountains!
“What’s Happening” in Cascade Valley
Holiday 2015 “What’s Happening” in Cascade Valley! Wintertime Happenings Jan-Feb 2016 Red Wine and Chocolate Weekends Feb. 2016
New Signs in Town
There’s a New Sign in Town! The wine scene is burgeoning in North Central Washington, and with the addition of these new road signs, we are celebrating that growth!
Grapes, wineries thrive in Washington’s apple region
Grapes, wineries thrive in Washington’s apple region Eric Degerman And Andy Perdue Lake Chelan has developed into wine country the past few years with vineyards growing on both sides of the lake. This is at Benson Vineyards Estate Winery on the north shore.
Great NW Wine rates Chelan Estate Winery 2009 Merlot
Chelan Estate 2009 Estate Vineyard Merlot, Lake Chelan, $23 By Great Northwest Wine on October 21, 2014
A Wine Region Flourishes in Central Washington
When the apple market collapsed about 15 years ago in the region around Lake Chelan in centralWashington State, a handful of farmers decided to make the transition from apples to grapes. Though the apple market has recovered, there’s been no turning back for these erstwhile orchardists.
Explorer: In the Cascades, a Trifecta for Outdoor Enthusiasts SEPT. 17, 2014
The glacial water often used to irrigate helps create “this wonderful minerality that makes Chelan wines unique — a brisk, almost wet-stone feeling in your mouth,” said Judy Phelps, an owner, with her husband, Don, and winemaker at Hard Row to Hoe Vineyards (hardrow.com).
72 Hours in North Central Washington
We tend to think of Wenatchee, Lake Chelan and the rest of North Central Washington as an emerging wine region. And we’re not wrong about that. But it just goes to prove that what’s old is new again.