Posts by Amy Waeschle

Duke’s and Stewardship Partners, a “Dirty” and Delicious Partnership

Stewardship Partners - Duke

By Amy Waeschle Where can you go where sipping delicious wine saves salmon? For the month of April, Duke’s! Duke’s partners with Stewardship Partners, a non-profit organization helping to promote “salmon-safe” farming practices. “Things like switching to drip irrigation, which saves water, and tricking pests into eating something else, which reduces their dependency on pesticides,”…

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Amy’s Travels: Wine Gems of the Walla Walla Valley

Duke's family at Waterbrook Estates

By Amy Waeschle “Is this the honeymoon suite?” Cybele asks on her way into her and my dad’s room. “Because we’re still technically still newlyweds.” I laugh as I toss my overnight bag onto my bed in the guesthouse where we are staying as guests of Waterbrook Estates. Cybele and my dad had been married…

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Taste the Good Dirt in Every Sip!!

  Our relationship with Mercer Family Winery By John Moscrip I don’t usually taste dirt. But I can taste the fruits from a good terroir, and this month’s featured wines are from some of the best in Washington State. We’re kicking off our Washington Wine Month with three featured wines, and one of them, Mercer…

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In Pursuit of the Perfect Gluten Free Sourdough

By Amy Waeschle If I had to live off of one food, I would choose bread. Though I do love apples, and cheeseburgers, and chowder, bread is my favorite. Even better when it’s served with organic, sweet cream butter. Duke’s sourdough has always been something I looked forward to. When I was attending the University…

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