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Grab a Growler to Go This Fall at T&C

Growler bar is perhaps not what you were thinking when you envisioned the T&C remodel, but that vision is part of the plan. T&C Markets Beer and Wine Spirits Specialist Don Thornton confirmed that, ideally sometime in September, the 8-tap fill-‘er up facility will be installed. One reason for the delay is law-related. Growler bars were…

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Eagle Harbor Wine Co. and Amelia Wynn Win Double Gold at Seattle Wine Awards

The 2012 wines are being served now, and Eagle Harbor Wine Co. and Amelia Wynn Winery took top honors in multiple categories at the 2015 Seattle Wine Awards. For its 2012 Condor, EHWC was awarded Double Gold in the Red Bordeaux styles $20.01 to $35.00 category. Amelia Wynn won a Gold in that same category for its…

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Wine Uncorked: Rosé All Year!

by Tom Lamping August 25, 2012, 9:20 a.m. Summer is winding down, but rosé drinking shouldn’t. I’ve been gently encouraging friends and neighbors to drink rosé all year by bringing a bottle whenever I go to parties. When you pour rosé, your heart lifts. You gaze at the beautiful color in the glass and think good…

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Wine Uncorked: It’s Time to Serve Light Summer Reds

by Tom Lamping There is an astonishing number of grape varieties in the world—well over 5,000. Of these, most are indigenous grapes that never make it out of their local area or region. No more than 150 are of importance. Here are four that are easy to find in our area, and are excellent for…

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Wine Uncorked: Serving Temperatures 101

by Tom Lamping April 20, 2012 How often do you order a glass of, say, Cabernet Sauvignon in a restaurant and it is served at 70 degrees F? Too often! You immediately get a whiff of alcohol and a taste of warm wine that is not very appealing, especially for the $10-15 price you paid….

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