Daily Archive: Sunday, August 6, 2017

The Rhône Revolution, Part Three: Grenache is making a comeback

The tender grape is still a minor player in Washington wine but could challenge Oregon’s pinot noir, if it were planted in bigger numbers. By Special to The Seattle Times ONE OF THE most exciting developments in Washington wine is the re-emergence of grenache as an important grape. First planted in Washington in 1963, grenache

Boeing Test Pilots Are A Creative Lot, See Some Designs They Made

In an unusual stunt, a Boeing plane created an outline of itself in the skies over 22 states in America during a 4,000-mile test flight, inviting appreciation and amusement in equal measure. After it’s 18-hour flight, the pilots of the 787-8 Dreamliner — a long-haul, mid-size wide body, a twin-engine jet airliner — created an outline