Crock Pot Beef Stew

Hey there, it’s Melissa here from The Sweet Escape with another delish dish for you. Winter means comfort food and is there anything more cozy than a big bowl of stew?  Whether it’s Sunday night dinner with the family or part of an apres ski feast, this recipe is sure to…

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The Balance of Nature and Technology: Our Secret to Sustainable Vineyards

Finding the sweet spot between leveraging new technology and traditional wine growing practices is integral to our farming approach. At Kendall-Jackson, we are committed to minimizing our impact on the environment in the pursuit of making high quality wines. By leaving over 60% of our total acreage unplanted and free…

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Meyer Lemon Blondies

Hi, Friends! Katie from Butterlust here, sharing my first Kendall-Jackson-inspired recipe of the year. It’s been way too long, and boy does it feel good to be back! Today’s recipe is bright, citrusy and simple — the perfect dessert for quickly and deliciously pulling you out of even the most…

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Red Wine Chocolate Cake

Hey there, it’s Melissa here from The Sweet Escape with a true sweet escape for you. We all know how well Kendall-Jackson wine pairs with all kinds of meals and how it’s a delicious ingredient in so many savory dishes but did you ever think about wine in your dessert as well…

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Columbia Crest 2013 Grand Estates Syrah, Columbia Valley, $12

Best Buy! Argentina futbol supporter/winemaker Juan Munoz Oca and his team in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills strike a winning combination by pulling largely fruit the steamy Wahluke Slope, co-fermenting with Viognier (5%) for a week, then sending the juice into a barrel program of 35% French oak for 16 months.…

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Kendall-Jackson’s Best Game Time Recipes

Who’s ready for the Big Game? We know we’re ready for some football! No matter what team you’re rooting for, we want to help make sure you’re fully prepared to host all of those hungry guests. So we thought we’d huddle-up some of our favorite game time recipes that are oh-so-easy to…

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Lumos Wine Co. 2013 Five Blocks Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, $25

Five blocks from two sites in the cooler Eola-Amity Hills — Temperance Hill and Pommard-focused Wren Vineyard — combine for a darker-toned Pinot Noir under the care of Dai Crisp, who farms both sites and owns the latter. Dusty black currant, smoky black cherry and dark raspberry aromas pick up…

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Fujishin Family Cellars 2013 Petit Verdot, Snake River Valley, $25

Snake River Valley native Martin Fujishin pulls from Skyline Vineyard — the bread basket of the Idaho wine industry — for his expression of this robust Bordeaux red grape. His use of 50 percent new oak, a combination of both French and American, creates lovely aromas of toast and chocolate…

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Galentine’s Day Menu: Rosé & Honey Baked Camembert

Hey friends, Lauren here! Valentine’s Day tends to get a bad wrap & it’s easy to understand why. Overpriced flowers, expensive dinners, long lines — no thank you! But this year, we are switching things up & throwing a fun get-together that celebrates all the ladies in your life! No…

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ded.reckoning 2013 Cutlass Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Valley, $19

Compass Wines shop owner/operator Doug Charles developed this negoçiant brand in collaboration with longtime associate Will Parks, and over the years they’ve worked a number of the Pacific Northwest’s top winemakers and prime vineyards on these wines. In complying with tradition, the Cutlass Cab features winemaker Scott Greer and Sheridan…

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