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Fascinating Winery Facts from Wines Vines Analytics

Back when I was a cub reporter for my hometown newspaper, covering high school baseball and football on the weekends, I knew that I was a “Figure Filbert.” That’s the nickname that was given to Ernest Lanigan, a reporter of

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3 Reasons Canlis Restaurant Is ‘Seattle’s Best’

When a restaurant wins three awards in a city magazine’s “Readers Choice Awards,” it cannot be ignored. And so it is with Canlis, selected by the readers of Seattle magazine as best splurge restaurant, for having the best view, and

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Where to Go for a Wine-Focused Thanksgiving

If you’re planning to take the year off from hosting the big Thanksgiving Day bash… or if you’re simply looking for an excuse to avoid Uncle Bill’s bad jokes… consider taking a trip to wine country. These days, “wine country”

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Dry Farming: An Option for More Grape Growers

Dry farming has been a choice for California grape growers through most of California’s wine history. But given the ongoing drought in the state, and its severity, it’s becoming more of a necessity. Dry farming basically means that a grower

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