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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

Drink Washington State Carmenere Review

Drink Washington State 2014 Enjoy Walla Walla Carménère, Walla Walla Valley, $26 By Great Northwest Wine on March 14, 2017   Empire State native Brad Binko turned his back on the life of a somm for that of a winemaker, and the recent grad from College Cellars in Walla Walla now earns high marks outside of the classroom with much of his juice. This Carm is an amped-up Cabernet Franc, offering a big nose rub

Taste Washington 20 Year Anniversary!

It’s Taste Washington’s biggest year yet. Celebrate the festival’s 20th Anniversary in Seattle – March 23-26, 2017. Bringing together nearly 300 wineries, over 70 restaurants and top national chefs, Taste Washington is a wine- and food-lover’s dream. And this year’s expanded lineup goes beyond the much-anticipated Grand Tasting, offering four days packed with diverse wine and food events. Kick it all off with super-exclusive wine pours at the VIP Red & White Party. Explore the Pacific Northwest’s

Rising Stars 2017 @ Walter Clore Center

Drink Washington State and Eternal Wines will be pouring at this event! Rising Stars Buy Tickets Saturday, May 20,  1:00PM –  4:00PM The Clore Center, in partnership with Washington Tasting Room Magazine, is thrilled to bring you the 2nd Annual Rising Stars tasting event. This is your opportunity to discover some of Washington’s newest up-and-coming winemakers. Sip and savor the newest labels and discover your favorites. You’ll even be able to purchase your favorite bottles! Ticket

Debuts & Discoveries in Seattle Sat. March 18th

Debuts & Discoveries Sat. March 18th March 18 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Event Navigation « Shamrock Shuffle Wine & Beer Walk – Mar. 11 Debuts & Discoveries Sat. March 18th, 2017 ~ 5 pm – 9:00 pm Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park Seattle, WA Join us for this 10th Annual event where enthusiasts get to discover the Newest Wineries, Newest Distilleries, Newest Cideries, & Newest Breweries! The popular “Debuts and Discoveries” is being held

Washington wine’s next generation: Brad Binko is having fun making great wine

By Andy Perdue Special to The Seattle Times WHAT DO YOU DO when you’re a new winery in a region already choked with wineries? That’s the question Brad Binko faces as the owner and winemaker for Eternal Wines in Walla Walla. This town in the state’s southeastern corner is home to more than 100 producers — some of which are among the most famous in Washington. Binko’s way to stand out is to craft great

Great Northwest Wine Invite Only Competition

Drink Washington State won Silver for our NV Welcome to Yakima Valley Sparkling Riesling and Bronze for our 2014 Northern White Blend.  Read the article below or here. HOOD RIVER, Ore. – Dunham Cellars added a page to its history of award-winning winemaking Thursday when the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon XIX from the Walla Walla winery was selected as best of show at the fourth annual Great Northwest Invitational. The judging, held at the historic Columbia

SIP Northwest’s Best of the West 2016

Drink Washington State won 3rd place in white blend and panels pick for our Sparkling Riesling.  A Toast to the Greatest: Sip Northwest’s 2016 Best of the Northwest by Sip Northwest Sip Northwest is excited to release its fifth annual Best of the Northwest issue. This collector’s edition showcases the winners of the grand tasting competition from wine, beer, spirits and cider, along with top Northwest travel locations, locally focused restaurant and bars, upright industry

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