MILTON-FREEWATER — Frazier Farmstead Museum’s Summer Fest will be at 1403 Chestnut St. from 6-10 p.m. Saturday.
Wine & Dine
Just eight months after its opening, Walla Walla Steak Co. has been lauded among the country’s best wine restaurants by Wine Enthusiast magazine.
Coming to downtown Walla Walla in August: A Va Piano Vineyards tasting room that serves as a tribute to owner and winemaker Justin Wylie’s mentor, Father Bruno Segatta.
Canvasback winemaker Brian Rudin showed up at my home in Waitsburg with two vertical flights of his Cabernets, a stitched-up and banged-up right arm, and a tale of a near-brush with disaster on a rock-strewn, backcountry ski slope. A handsome devil in his late 30s, he’s married to winemaker …
Mainstem Malt plans to expand local beer culture while contributing to the revitalization of a large building on Dell Avenue.
With the advent of spring, there comes to our valley the arrival of houseguests. Most are as welcome as daffodils, a few as welcome as dandelions. What divides the daffodils from the dandelions? What makes the hosting or guesting experience a happy one for all involved?
As Gertrude Stein memorably wrote, “a rose is a rose is a rose”. Rosé wines, however, do not subscribe to that same rule. They come in a rainbow of colors, a spectrum of styles from bone dry to sweet, and are made from many different grapes, blends and techniques.
Walla Walla Community College’s Wine Country Culinary Institute cooks up courses for students and cooking aficionados
One of the most recognized vineyards in the state will be under new ownership.
In 130 years of operating in Spain’s wine industry, Bodegas Valdemar has been at the forefront of a lot of firsts.
The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance’s annual wine futures auction had another record-breaking year.
A window has opened on a new Walla Walla delicacy.
Meet three tasting room associates who help set the tone for downtown wineries.
The Walla Walla winery co-owned by a television superhero will raise money for a real-life one.
Up your game with DIY cocktail bitters
Believe it or not, the wineglass you use has much to do with the scents and flavors of the wine you are tasting.
The Walla Walla sweet onion is a symbol of state and city pride. In 1990, the onion was designated Washington’s state vegetable, and Walla Walla celebrates its famed onion with a festival each July.
“Canning is the new cupcake!” exclaims the woman next to me.
Life is too short not to have a party. And a good one, at that.
Chatting over a cup of good coffee in their Walla Walla home, Dawn and Gary Brumfield are warm, happy and relaxed. The couple, high school sweethearts, grew up in Tillamook, Ore., and moved almost 20 times during Gary’s Army career. So, settling into their comfortable home for the long run h…
Tour of Walla Walla
Your first appointment with a potential wedding caterer is very much like a first date: You and your spouse-to-be need to be prepared to share things about yourselves and also be ready to listen.
One of my go-to caterers for events in Walla Walla is a team of chefs and students from the Wine Country Culinary Institute at Walla Walla Community College. Led by chefs Dan Thiessen and Robin Leventhal, the program has grown by leaps and bounds over the past two years.
Walla Walla Lifestyles has talked to dozens of local couples to find out what weddings in Walla Walla look like these days. We discovered three remarkable couples who have found happiness in each other’s arms.
The little winery in the old schoolhouse is all grown up.
Back in the heady early days of the Walla Walla Valley wine industry, the region had almost no vines in the ground.
The Walla Walla Valley’s reputation as locavore-friendly has received a welcome boost with the recent opening of Blue Mountain Station’s artisan food center on Route 12, just south of Dayton.
An Enological and Culinary Celebration of the Walla Walla Valley
Of the Walla Walla Valley’s four wine regions, the south side of town feels most like wine country.
“When will the asparagus be ready?” This is a question Sharon Schmatt, owner of Ol’ Timers Asparagus hears a lot this time of year. And the answer is, she doesn’t know. It all depends on when the temperature rises enough for the ground to warm. It could be warm enough for them to begin harve…
Tucked away in College Place is a bakery catering to gluten-free and vegan customers — but Fine-ly Made Baked Goods will appeal to anyone who likes a scrumptious cookie, muffin or bread.
Bienvenue à France in Walla Walla. As you step through the front door, the sweet aromas of chocolate and coffee welcome you. Your taste buds begin to awaken from a pastry-less sleep. Your eyes then spot the 5-foot glass-encased display of fancy confections, and you know you’ve arrived.
Breakfast cocktails. Enough said.
The luminaries of the Walla Walla Valley wine industry gathered March 20 for an evening that will not soon be forgotten.
A guide to home health care with Chinese medical nutrition
Waitsburg is full of surprises, and a new cooperative art gallery carries on that tradition.
The newest addition to the winery incubator complex at the airport isn’t a winery. The Port of Walla Walla has welcomed Burwood Brewing Company, and it’s proving to be a popular addition.
“Barbecuing is one percent inspiration, and 99 percent perspiration.” — Michael Mettler, after Thomas Edison
The world of Syrah is coming to the Walla Walla Valley.
Julia Child famously said, “If you’re afraid of butter, use cream.” She almost certainly never said, “If you’re afraid of sauces, use spheres.”
It seems as though everyone and their dog is making a rosé these days. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. On the contrary, bring on the pink drink! But the increased popularity of rosés, commonly known as the “rosé revival,” is hard to ignore. Why now? Why rosé? Regardless, the rosés o…
Tiffany Sinclair’s shop, Skye Gardens, is a welcome addition to the Colville Street renaissance.
Studio TWOZEROTWO, a tasting room paired with an art gallery featuring resident artists, is the latest addition to the downtown W² scene.