Spring 2013 Calendar Events
Release of 2011 Rose and Spring Open House
May 4, 2013 Saturday, 1 pm to 5 pm
At the Winery
Dinner at Metropolitan Grill
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Cadence on the Road
View some of the fabulous locations our Cadence jerseys have been spotted: Team Cadence Jerseys
Cadence in the Press
Wine & Spirits, Buying Guide 2012. W&S selects Cadence as a 2012 Artisan Winery of the Year, our fouth year to be honored! (2002, 2007, 2010 and 2012).
Seattle Met, “Washington’s 100 Best Wines”, September 2012, Sean P. Sullivan
(2009 Camerata, 2009 Bel Canto)
Seattle magazine, “Winemaker of the Year”, August 2012
San Francisco Chronicle, “Top 100 Wines: Cheers to Thinking Small”, December 5, 2011, Jon Bonné (2008 Ciel du Cheval)
Seattle Met, “Washington’s 100 Best Wines”, September 2011, Sean P. Sullivan
(2008 Bel Canto, 2008 Ciel du Cheval)
San Francisco Chronicle, “The Chronicle Recommends: 2008 Washington Reds”, April 17, 2010 , Jon Bonné
(2008 Ciel du Cheval)
San Francisco Chronicle, “2010 Top 100 Wines”, December 5, 2010, Jon Bonné
(2007 Ciel du Cheval)
and for our German speaking friends . . .
Weinwelt, “IM Fokus: Unentdecktes Amerika”, 2011 Okt-Nov, Helge Sobik
Wine & Spirits, Buying Guide 2010. W&S selects Cadence as a 2010 Artisan Winery of the Year, our third such award (including 2002 and 2007).
Wine & Spirits, August 2010, “Year’s Best” Camerata 2007
Wine & Spirits, Fall 2010, “Striking a Balance, 100+ Wines Get it Right”
Seattle Met, September 2010, “100 Best Washington Wines”
Seattle Magazine, October 2010, “Tasting Notes: Seattle’s Pour Houses”
Washington Wine & Wineries, 2nd Edition, Paul Gregutt. Paul designates Cadence as one of only twenty five-star wineries in the state (the highest rating).
Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacific Northwest, Cole Danehower. Cole names Cadence as an “essential” winery and describes Cadence wines as “Bordeaux-style wines that display powerful, lively, clear fruit flavors with expansive aromas, strong structure and satisfying balance.”
Fried Chicken & Champagne, Lisa Dupar. For something on the lighter side, Cadence romps through the kitchen at Pomegranate Bistro in the new cookbook from Lisa Dupar and Jonathan Zimmer.
Hugh Johnson’s World of Fine Wine. The British are enchanted with Washington State Wines (and for good reason, we might add!)
Issue 28, The Magic Mountain. Jonathan Swinchatt explores the unique geology of Red Mountain.
Issue 27, The Promised State. David Williams provides a nice overview and history of the extraordinary rise of winemaking in the state.
Issue 25, Cadence Falling for It. In a six page feature article, Bruce Schoenfeld brings fine writing and a thoughtful perspective on our pursuit of a vision singular in Washington State to craft wines that focus on terroir, “intensity without weight”, and a balance of the fine line that allows the wines both to drink well immediately and to strengthen their personality with age.
Watch a terrific piece by Denise Whitaker on KOMO about our wonderful volunteers!
And another great piece by Josephine Cheng on KING-5 Evening Magazine that also features our SSAW cohort, Tim Sorenson of Fall Line Winery.