What’s the story behind the wine in the bottle?
What brought the winemaker to Washington, how did the grower pick a specific site for a varietal, what are some of the challenges of harvest?
With over 1,000 wineries in our amazing state, learn more about the people and their passion in bringing joy to your glass.
This month we take a closer look at J. Bookwalter, a second-generation winery whose owner is not only an AWW board member, but also is this year’s Honorary Vintner and will be hosting a fundraising dinner as part of AWW’s Wine Country Celebration Vintner Dinners this month.
Col Solare is a result of the partnership between Tuscany’s Marchesi Antinori and Washington state’s Chateau Ste. Michelle. Col Solare, located on Red Mountain, will be hosting a Wine Country Vintner Dinner fundraiser for AWW’s beneficiaries on May 12. AWW is grateful for their continuing support!
Caprio Cellars is founded by owner and founder, Dennis Murphy. Caprio Cellars released their first wine in 2010 and opened their hospitality center or “tasting room” in August 2019. Caprio Cellars is focused on providing world class service and hospitality, along with producing world class wines.
Echolands Winery was created by two Kansas City residents who partnered with an eleven-year veteran of Walla Walla winemaking to craft responsibly produced wines that reflect the potential for elegant and balanced wines from this singular place.
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The Northwest Wine Benefit Foundation, dba the Auction of Washington Wines, is committed to supporting the growth and awareness of the Washington state wine industry through a series of celebrated events benefiting our community. We have raised over $55 million since our inception in 1988.