New Wine Spectator reviews of hearty and affordable Cabernet Sauvignon and blends from Columbia Valley, all earning 90 points or more
Passionate about Pinot Noir, the movie producer spent his later years founding the Evening Land, Chapter 24 and Rose & Arrow wine brands
Amid years of wildfires, drought and other problems, Napa and Sonoma vintners are struggling to obtain insurance policies, forcing some to risk everything.
New Wine Spectator reviews of outstanding Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs up to 92 points, most priced at $35 or less
New Wine Spectator reviews of value reds from leading regions in California and Oregon, up to 92 points
French négociant adds 82-acre Eola-Amity Hills property to its Résonance portfolio.
Roco Winery founder Rollin Soles retains a stake as the Italian Pinot Grigio giant acquires its first American property
New Wine Spectator reviews of 90+ rated reds from California and Washington regions like Napa and Columbia Valley, priced $50 or less
A tasting of 14 single-vineyard wines from Zena Crown shows why it is one of Willamette Valley’s most sought-after vineyard sources for Pinot Noir. Senior editor Tim Fish weighs in on vintages dating back to 2011.
Before the 2021 harvest, Wine Spectator senior editor Tim Fish sat down with longtime Willamette Valley winemakers to taste older vintage wines from the region, including Chardonnay and Pinot Noir dating back to 1980.
Explore Columbia Valley and Walla Walla Valley with these new Wine Spectator reviews of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and more up to 93 points
Discover one of California's signature grapes with these new Wine Spectator reviews of reds from Russian River Valley, Dry Creek Valley and beyond, many priced $35 or less
In conversations about health, wine and life, the Washington vintner behind labels like K Vintners, Substance and Sixto hopes his story of facing health challenges head-on will inspire others.
New Wine Spectator reviews of California and Oregon bubblies, most priced $30 or less, featuring wines from Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Willamette Valley and beyond
Pinot Noir lovers should stock up on the classic-rated 2019s, as the wildfire-affected 2020 vintage suggests slimmer pickings ahead. Get Wine Spectator's latest report, plus scores and tasting notes for top wines and top values.
New Wine Spectator reviews of lively Pinot Noirs, Rieslings, Pinot Gris and Discover Willamette Valley and beyond with these new Wine Spectator reviews of lively Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling, rosé and more, most priced $30 or less.
Washington state's biggest winery puts its flagship Woodinville property on the market
Two Oregon Pinot Noir brands are going in new directions. Wine Spectator senior editor Tim Fish reports that Zenith has hired former Turley winemaker Ehren Jordan of Failla.
Wine Spectator's Tim Fish believes that with quality high and plenty of values to be found, domestic bubbly remains one of the smartest buys this holiday season.
Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino's wildfires have been burning for nearly a week. Wine Spectator senior editor and longtime Sonoma resident Tim Fish surveys the damage.