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Walla Walla: New Wine Trails Book

by Shona Milne on April 6, 2010

I was lucky I had a chance to talk with Steve Roberts of Wine Trails NW before the crowds came rolling at Taste Washington the other Sunday. You may know his books, Wine Trails of Washington, Wine Trails of Oregon, and Wine Trails of Idaho. He is working on a new book that focuses on Walla […]


Food & Wine Pairing Network: Live

by Shona Milne on March 4, 2010

On Saturday night I attended the launch of the Food and Wine Pairing Network. The site has just launched and they are planning more live meet ups to exchange recipes and wine pairings. I took a Chilled Avocado soup. It was decided that a nice crisp Sauvignon Blanc was the right pairing. Make sure you […]


TweetUp: Seattle Food and Wine Experience

by Shona Milne on February 19, 2010

Do you have your ticket yet for the Seattle Food and Wine Experience on February 28th? This is a great opportunity to check out wines from 10 countries and enjoy delicious food from local and regional restaurants and vendors. Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets for $49 in advance. I’ll be tweeting with a focus on Washington red […]


Wine Trails of Idaho: New Book is Available

by Shona Milne on December 2, 2009

I received an advanced copy of Wine Trails of Idaho. It’s part of the Wine Trails NW wine and travel book series by Steve Roberts. He had told me he was working on this and now it’s available. After reading through the book I wanted to jump into the car and head over to Idaho for […]


Wine Trails NW: New Book on Idaho

by Shona Milne on October 11, 2009

I was up at Challenger Ridge in Concrete yesterday and Steve Roberts, author of Wine Trails NW books, was there selling his wildly popular Wine Trails of Washington and the new Wine Trails of Oregon books. While talking he mentioned that he is working on Wine Trails of Idaho. He is holding up the working copy […]


Idaho Wines: Incubator & Education Center

by Shona Milne on July 19, 2009

Interesting article in the Idaho Statesman today about how Idaho plans to help boost its wine industry. Imagine if we could something like this in Woodinville? Tweet This Post