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Washington Wine History Interviews: Norm McKibben, Pepper Bridge Vineyard and Winery

In the annals of Washington wine, Norm McKibben (b. 1936) was both late to the party and early to the party. McKibben had worked as an engineer for more than 25 years and was approaching his 50th birt...

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Williams, John (b. 1937) and Scott (b. 1958)

John Williams (b. 1937) and Scott Williams (b. 1958) are the father-son team behind Kiona Vineyards, the pioneer winery on Red Mountain, near Benton City. John was a Hanford engineer in 1972 when he a...

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Wine Education in Washington

Growing grapes (viticulture) -- and making wine from them (enology) -- are each a fine blend of both art and science. Yet they are activities that for most of mankind’s history has been self-tau...

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Wine in Washington

Along with apples, wine grapes were the first cultivated fruits in the Pacific Northwest. Initially planted here in 1827, both apples and grapes were cherished by pioneering settlers, but whereas...

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