Full of vibrant color photographs and detailed writings, this guide 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 coffee-table 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.
About the Author
Award-winning freelance photographer Andrea Johnson specializes in the imagery of wine, food, travel, and adventure sport. With work appearing regularly in such publications such as "National Geographic, Wine Spectator, Sunset", and "VIA", she was also co-photographer of the book "Passion for Pinot".
Tom Douglas, a Delaware native, grew up on blue crabs steamed with loads of Old Bay spice, but he later moved to Seattle, where Dungeness is king. For the last twenty years, Tom's Dungeness crab cakes have been one of the top-selling dishes in his popular restaurants. Along with his wife and business partner, Jackie Cross, Tom owns four of Seattle's most exciting restaurants: Dahlia Lounge, Etta's, Palace Kitchen, and Lola, as well as Dahlia Bakery and a catering business, Tom Douglas Catering and Events. Tom is the author of "Tom Douglas' Seattle Kitchen", which won a James Beard Award, and "Tom's Big Dinners". Tom and Jackie live in Seattle, Washington, with their daughter, Loretta.