Category: WA wine News

5 Washington Wineries to Watch!

We are so honored to be named 1 of 5 wineries to watch in Washington.  It takes a lot of hard work and planning!  We are open 7 days a week in downtown Walla Walla for tastings, glass pours and sangrias.  9 S 1st Ave Walla Walla, WA 99362. 5 Up-And-Coming Washington Wineries  

The Wahluke Slope is a winemakers favorite

Great Northwest Wine recently published a story highlighting the Wahluke Slope and why more and more winemakers are making wine from the AVA.  Our 2014 Drink Washington State Groovin On’ Wahluke Slope Cabernet Sauvignon is featured in this article. Because of its warm temperatures, it is well known for growing red wine grapes, particularly Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Malbec and Merlot…..  To view the full article click here.

Pole Dancing Fitness Class, 90 pt scores, Gold medals and more

Greetings from sunny Walla Walla,   July is here and so is the heat. We now see daily temperatures in the 90’s. The vines are growing higher and higher towards the sun daily, and we are starting to think about harvest perpetration.   June was a great month for us as we continued to grow our wine club and award list.   We will continue to have live music at least once a week for the

Washington Wine Awards 2017 results and write up

Maryhill Winery rosé rises to top of Washington State Wine Competition By Eric Degerman on June 23, 2017 GRANDVIEW, Wash. — Maryhill Winery, a destination for Columbia Gorge travelers, dominated the 34th annual Washington State Wine Competition with a showing of 15 gold medals that included seven best of class awards, best white wine and best of show for its 2016 Rosé of Sangiovese…. Wineries earning two gold medals included Adamant Cellars in Walla Walla,

A Visit to Eternal Wines and Drink Washington State

The complete article is found here. By Dan Clarke In the matter of tasting wines, the bell curve comes to mind. In my own version of this theory, about 90% of what you taste is just . . . wine. Certainly, some examples are better than others, but this large category doesn’t lend itself to instant judgements. Enough concentration is necessary to analyze and rate these wines to nearly rob any pleasure from the exercise.

THE HARDEST-WORKING MAN IN WINE! INTERVIEW WITH BRAD BINKO OF ETERNAL WINES & DRINK WASHINGTON STATE (PART THREE)

THE HARDEST-WORKING MAN IN WINE! INTERVIEW WITH BRAD BINKO OF ETERNAL WINES (PART THREE) 6/2/2017 Brad Binko only just started his winery, Eternal Wines in 2014, but he already has a second label, Drink Washington State Wines.  Stop by his tasting room in downtown Walla Walla at 9 South 1st Avenue (just a couple of doors down from Sweet Basil Pizza) to taste his dazzling array of whites and reds. Brad will be pouring his wines

Wines of the Week – Eternal Wines, Eternal Patience and Eternal Sunshine from Walla Walla, Washington

Wines of the Week – Eternal Wines, Eternal Patience and Eternal Sunshine from Walla Walla, Washington By William Pollard – May 24, 2017 Planning a trip to Walla Walla? Eternal Wines must be on your itinerary.  Over the last year, I have come to know winemaker Brad Binko of Eternal Wines and Drink Washington State. He is talented, friendly and supremely dedicated to Washington wine. You can taste the passion in every bottle of wine

Washington Wine Blog interviews Owner and Winemaker Brad Binko

Interview with Brad Binko, Owner and Head Winemaker of Drink Washington State and Eternal Wines May 18, 2017 Fantastic photo here of Brad Binko, of Drink Washington State and Eternal Wines, in his cellar. Brad Binko has been very busy this past year. Brad manages two labels, Drink Washington State and Eternal Wines, and chooses colorful, hip labels for his wines that are are all pretty serious values. Binko is a former certified sommelier that

Drink Washington State scores 90 and 89 points!

Click here to see Washington Wine Blog webpage 2014 Drink Washington State Cabernet- The 2014 Drink Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon is a fantastic blend of 86% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 3% Carmenere from the Wahluke Slope. This wine begins with aromatics of black tea, black pepper, black cherry and anise accents. There are ripe flavors of red currant, red cherry, black raspberry with hints of coffee grounds. This has a nice combination of

Drink Washington State Newsletter 5.18.17

Hello my friends, I can’t believe how fast time is flying! Vines are already growing to 3-5 inches tall! I have continued to be on the road most weekends. Click here to view our current placements. Spring Release was a huge success and I want to thank all of you for sending people our way, talking about us and coming in to taste the newest releases. We are currently pouring 8 wines on the Eternal

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