Decanter June Issue: Travel Washington State
The June issue of Decanter has just been released. It includes a look at the Bordeaux vintage from 2016, an in depth interview with Jean-Louis Chave considering the history and evolution of the Rhone, and also offers this year’s buying guide for Chablis. Smaller features include a look at what it means to make wine with a 100-point score – to what extent is it really about site versus cellar? – but also a glimpse at Corsica and of course the on going regular columns from the likes of Steven Spurrier and Andrew Jefford. It also includes a four-page wine travel article I wrote on Washington State.
The article takes a quick look at wine country across the state of Washington beginning in Seattle then moving East. While it starts with a look at Woodinville and Seattle’s big wine events, it turns quickly to life across the Cascades, the various wine appellations on that side of the state, and culminates in a focus on Walla Walla with key wineries, restaurants and places to stay.
The June issue is just out now online. It is also starting to arrive in subscriber mailboxes and will be in newsstands momentarily. Check it out!