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THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / OCTOBER 6, 2002

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BARRY WONG / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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On the Cover

Planted in 1972, gnarled cabernet sauvignon vines in "Block One" at Champoux Vineyards in south-central Washington are some of the oldest in the state.
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Plant Life: Up on the Roof
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spacer WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY JIM BATES
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spacer A hardy little army nurtures patches full of flowers and food.
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Now & Then: Hooked on Football
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spacer WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
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Wine & Spirits 2002
Our annual special issue explores Washington's coming-of-age and future as a player in the winemaking world.
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Crafting For Quality
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spacer WRITTEN BY JACK BROOM
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer Washington has arrived on the world wine map, and these are the steps to glory.
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Cry Wolfe
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spacer WRITTEN BY PAUL GREGUTT
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer Just outside Prosser, Thurston Wolfe winery is pioneering the unusual and the first-rate.
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Affordable Luxuries
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spacer WRITTEN BY PAUL GREGUTT
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spacer Three cases to taste just for fun and for the holidays.
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Taste: Barming and Pitching
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spacer WRITTEN BY ELI SANDERS
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer Jim Hinken runs the ultimate microbrewery. At his house.
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Northwest Living: Cool And Collected
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spacer WRITTEN BY ELI SANDERS
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer Gary White pays more than lip service to the care and conditioning of his special wines.
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