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Spectacular Wineries of Washington

Spectacular Wineries of Washington (Hardback)

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This title offers a magnificent visual tour of some Washington state's most spectacular established, estate, and boutique wineries. Full of vibrant colour photographs and detailed writings, "Spectacular Wineries of Washington" provides a comprehensive look at the burgeoning winemaking industry in Washington state and features more than 70 of its finest wineries and vineyards. Presenting the rich history, unique processes, and visionary people of wineries such as Soos Creek Wine Cellars and Chateau Saint Michelle, the book also includes pairing suggestions for hundreds of fine Washington wines. Engaging readers to further explore the region, this visual guide includes QR codes that link to videos of winemakers discussing their creations and 360-degree perspectives of various scenic properties.

Food & DrinkBeveragesAlcoholic beveragesWines Publisher: Panache Partners Publication Date: 05/10/2012 ISBN-13: 9780983239857  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Panache Partners, LLC, is a publishing company based in Dallas, Texas, that specializes in developing upscale coffee-table books on luxury lifestyle subjects including architecture, interior design, golf, wine, art, event planning, and travel. The Washington State Wine Commission represents every licensed winery and wine grape grower in Washington state. Tom Douglas is a restaurateur, chef, and writer. He won the James Beard Award for Best Northwest Chef in 1994 and was named the 2008 Bon Appetit Restaurateur of the Year. Since 1989, he has opened numerous popular and award-winning restaurants in Seattle. He was also an Iron Chef America contestant and winner on the Food Network. He lives in Prosser, Washington.

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