August 2017

Wine Country Getaways

From this Issue

The PNW's pinot noir capital caters to wine lovers of many tastes.

The unique dwelling arrangements can help neighbors connect to form a community.

After a run of plays written by white men, the theater's founder decided it was time for a change.

Renee Bassetti and Sarah McKinney weave their businesses around a luxurious wardrobe staple.

Even beyond the wine, these Northwest locations make gorgeous getaways.

Critics of a program mentoring young black males argue it leaves girls behind.

At Turntable Kitchen, music and food are tuneful tastemakers.

How our remote archipelago of the San Juan Islands fosters community and self-reliance—not to mention the freshest food anywhere.

The beloved area company opens its first brick-and-mortar store after 20 years.

For all its global influences, it's an oh-so PNW dish we can't stop dreaming about.

The latest yoga craze now has an outpost in the Seattle area.

Tips and strategies for sipping your way through the Auction of Washington Wines.

From the classic gin and tonic and beyond, we could drink these delicious combos all summer long.

A rare and much anticipated total solar eclipse has Pacific Science Center’s Dennis Schatz beaming.

In its new location, the Wallingford favorite stays true to the food and character fans love.

There are signs that Northwest noir is being revived, but without the edge.

Some new options mean that securing a height-of-the-season campsite is no longer an impossibility.

Summer is in full swing and we have vino on our minds.

The classic flavors of our cross-country compatriots find a home in the Pacific Northwest.

Honoring the best in Washington wine, from all-star vineyards to the top bottles.

Meet the winners and finalists of our 2017 Washington State Wine Awards.

Meet our tasting panel and the methodology behind our 12th annual Washington Wine Awards.