At the end of each year I recognize a winery that I feel stands apart from the rest. It doesn’t have to be a small winery, but it has to produce outstanding wines on a consistent basis. Wines with character and personality, wines that reflect both the artistic side of the wine maker and be commercially viable. Any wine maker can make what they like, but can they also make wines that others will enjoy without compromising their vision of what they want their wines to be. This is a fine line to walk, and I have found that Michael Savage has accomplished this at Savage Grace Wines.>>>READ MORE at The Seattle P.I.