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Wine libraries are not at least. Wine library may conjure images of one’s dream collection of the world’s best wines or perhaps a collection of tasting notes from a self-proclaimed sommelier or it may just be a medieval term with wines as outdated as the name. Commonly referred to as the wine cellar, the Cathedral

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Nothing scores higher on the intensity meter than syrah. A great syrah will entice with its notes of fruit, spice, and textures. As such, syrahs pair terrifically with meats from beef and lamb to pork, game, and tuna. It pays to play up syrah’s spice with use of aromatics like garlic and alliums, peppercorns and

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It’s likely you’ve seen him roaming the winery grounds and there’s a good chance he’s attempted to solicit a pet or two from anyone that glances his way. Always bounding about, our hardworking and faithful winery dog Rusty, is a beloved CRW family member. It seems like just yesterday that I missed a day of

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While it’s always a treat to go out to dinner, Valentine’s Day is one of the few nights that I’d prefer to stay in. Sometimes the prix-fixe menus and forced romantic atmosphere can feel stuffy. Staying in can still be a major indulgence with the right ingredients…I plan on trying the following menu this Thursday (thanks, Martha!):

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The great American holiday of Thanksgiving is a mere two weeks away. Cathedral Ridge Winery has put together a holiday package of six bottles that have been especially selected for their compatibility with Thanksgiving fare. Herewith, a few recipes to inspire your planning and pairing… Baked Brie with Pecans to pair with CRW 2011 Riesling Herb-marinated cheese to

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Blackberries are wildly abundant in September. In Hood River, one could easily fill a basket while walking through almost any neighborhood. I recently discovered the ultimate fall trifecta (blackberries! chocolate! Cabernet!) in the form of these perfectly grown-up cupcakes.  The recipe only calls for a 1/2 c of Cabernet, so you’ll want to enjoy a glass while

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For this coming Labor Day weekend, consider including a new element into any parties that you might host or attend.  A vertical wine tasting is tasting one particular varietal (from the same winery) from successive years to experience the nuances that can change from year-to-year. It’s a really interesting way to taste the way that

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The past several weeks have been Chanterelle mushroom season here in the Pacific Northwest, and those who know of a prime picking spot guard the secret with their lives. We happen to know of such a spot, where the Chanterelles are plentiful enough to fill large baskets if you hit it at the right time.

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This weekend, my husband and I had the pleasure of mountain biking to a remote section of the Lewis River in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington.  We camped next to the rushing river and enjoyed the solitude, campfire, and–of course–great food and wine.  We wrapped homemade burritos in foil and rolled them into

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Rosé is a beautiful wine to enjoy throughout the year, but it is often associated with the warmer months.  The Cathedral Ridge Rosé is done in the drier, Alsation-style with lower alcohol.  The 2010 Rosé carries pleasant floral notes but offers more body, and a crisp, dry finish.  Flavors of pear and grapefruit hit lightly on the palate, making

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