Pacific Northwest Spring 2015

For over 20 years, Touring & Tasting has been the Premier Guide to Wine Country. You can always rely on us to show you the way in both our magazine and our website.


7 Things to Love in Seattle

Often considered one of the most livable cities in the United States, the city of Seattle is also a great place to visit.

Adventure Some in Southwest ID

Spanning 30,000 miles of mountains, rivers, deserts, forests, and the culture-driven capitol city of Boise, Southwest Idaho is your trailhead to adventure. 

From Farm to Glass in the Yakima Valley

Inspired by the quality of local hops, winegrapes, and other fruits, Yakima Valley artisans are handcrafting beverages that make us say "Cheers."

New Things to Tri

99 percent of Washington's vineyards are within a 90 minute drive from the Tri-Cities, making it a mecca for wine, food and new things to do.

Oh So Gorgeous: Columbia River Gorge, OR & WA

Running more than 80 miles long and 4,000 feet deep, the Columbia River Gorge forms a spectacular, natural scenic destination. 

Portland: 8 Insider Tips

A mecca for culture, green space, and artisans of all kinds, the city of Portland is easy to get to know. Here are some great insider tips to help introduce you.

Southern OR: A Natural Treasure Chest

Rushing rivers, intriguing caves, one-of-a-kind towns, and some of natures most radiant gems wait to be discovered in Southern Oregon. 

The Lake Chelan Valley: Home to a Washington Original

With a spectacular glacier-formed lake, an emerging wine region, and four seasons of recreation, the Lake Chelan Valley is a gem in Washington's crown. 

Walla Walla, WA: Twice as Nice

Creative, urban, and very nice, the southeastern Washington town of Walla Walla surprises us over and over again. 

Where Washington Pours

Just 30 miles northeast of Seattle, Woodinville Wine Country is home to more than 90 wineries and tasting rooms and a whole lot more. 

Willamette Valley: A Valley with a Vision

In 40 short years, the Willamette Valley has risen as a wine region from obscurity to international acclaim, we asked this group of esteemed winemakers, "why?"