It started as a group of Willamette Valley family winemakers inviting other producers of Pinot Noir to share their bounty once a year. Today, IPNC, as it is known, has become one of the world’s most acclaimed and admired wine events
No one has had a stronger impact on the development of the Oregon wine community than David Adelsehim.
Six years ago, veteran culinary instructors Brian Wilke and Eric Stromquist created a different kind of cooking school.
If any one man can be said to have put British Columbia on the world’s wine map, it is Harry.
Nobody understands Washington wines better than Allen Shoup.
By now it is a well worn tale to Oregon wine aficionados: how in 1979 a pinot noir from The Eyrie Vineyards bested all but one red Burgundy in a GaultMillau tasting in Paris, thereby attracting the interest of Robert Drouhin to Oregon and sparking the legitimation of Willamette Valley pinot. What hasn’t been fully appreciated is that the winning wine, vintage 1975 South Block Reserve, was never sold on the open market. Indeed, The Eyrie South Block Reserve wines were made in vintages from 1970 to 2007—but only two vintages were ever released for sale. “The more Dad liked a wine,” explained son Jason Lett, “the more he wouldn’t sell it!” Winemaker, legend, and…
Pacific Northwest chef Vitaly Paley, of Paley’s Place in Portland, Oregon, went toque-to-toque against “Iron Chef” Jose Garces during a recent episode of the television show Iron Chef America. The secret ingredient—radishes. The outcome wasn’t even close.
Ericka Burke of Seattle’s Volunteer Park Cafe It’s your local farmers market. The corner convenience store. The coffee shop where you don’t need to place an order anymore because the barista knows exactly what you want every morning. The neighborhood restaurant that you can count on for a comforting meal with a wallet-friendly bill on those nights when
Cookbook author Ivy Manning takes us through the kitchen remodel in her 1940s-era house, and shares her riffs on classic recipes inspired by the historic Mallory Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
Matello 2009 Pinot Noir, Lazarus, Willamette Valley