One-hundred best bottles...plus some favorites under $15 and under $25.

In the September issue of Seattle Met:

Sean P. Sullivan sifts through the abundance of Washington wines and finds the top 100 out there. This year he narrowed it down even further to the top 15 overalltop under $15, and top under $25. Even the best of the rest got some love. Also, a little background about the rise of the Rhones in our state.

Who doesn't enjoy a good road trip? Especially when wine (and lots of it) awaits you at your destination. Let Allison Williams plan your trip for you.

◊ Get to know TanakaSan, the latest addition to the Tom Douglas empire.

◊ Speaking of T-Doug (because let's be real, when are we not?), he has his sights set on opening a culinary school on the second floor of Hotel Ändra.

The fall arts preview gives you 13 ways to enjoy a book or movie with a cocktail.

◊ Popular juice popup Juicebox goes brick-and-mortar.

Hollywood Tavern and Woodinville Whiskey join forces.

Miyabi 45th's Kamo Seiro gets deconstructed.

◊ Critic Kathryn Robinson checks out Gastropod, a "brewpub with fab food."

◊ The name says it all— Pie Bar brings together two of your favorite things: pie and booze. 

◊ Get a sneak peek of Langdon Cook's new book chronicling the secret life of a mushroom hunter. (It's more action-packed than you think.)

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