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Tate’s List: Food and Beverage Vendor Site

by Shona Milne on May 27, 2014

I sat down and talked with  Melissa Peterman about the new site, Tate’s List. I would describe it as similar to Angie’s List for the food and beverage industry. It has all sorts of categories for the needs of winerys, breweries, distilleries, restaurants, and bars. It helps narrow down the search for what they need […]


Davenport Cellars: Cork Art Contest

by Shona Milne on October 21, 2012

If you have hundreds of corks laying around your house like I do you might be interested in creating a piece of art to help out Northwest Harvest the holiday season . Davenport Cellars is having a cork art contest that runs through November 15th. Ever thought about what you could make out of all […]


DeLille Cellars: Go Green & Recycle Your Corks

by Shona Milne on April 22, 2011

Since it is Earth Day I thought I would talk about something that you can do for the environment right here in Woodinville. If you are like me and have a large collection of corks you may be interested to know that you can recycle your corks at DeLille Cellars Carriage House Tasting Room. This […]


Do cork arguments pass the sniff test?

by author unknown on August 29, 2007

In his latest Seattle Times column, Paul Gregutt responds to readers who wrote in after a recent piece on corks vs. screwcaps. Right up front, he addresses the question of whether he thinks not using corks hurts the environment. Tweet This Post

‘Baffling’ screwcaps

by author unknown on June 8, 2007

An article by Howard Goldberg of the New York Times on talks about how savvy wine drinkers are embracing screwcaps, while novices are still unsure about them. Tweet This Post