Sip Northwest Magazine Summer 2019 (July-October)

Submission Deadline: April 8, 2019
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Sip NW Magazine is seeking editorial ideas for its Summer 2019 issue, and they want to hear from Oregon winemakers. Below is what the summer 2019 issue will be covering. If you wish for your story or pitch to be considered by the Sip editorial team, please do the following:

  • Email pitchus@sippublishing.com
  • Include this in the subject line: Summer 2019 Pitch
  • Email must include the specific article/department you are pitching to, as detailed below, your relevant story and full contact information. Pitch only ideas pertaining to the topics covered below
  • All pitches must be received by Monday, April 8th

You will receive an auto-response confirming receipt of your email and a writer will reach out if it fits their angle. Note this angle, if you’d like to comment on it:  The State of Oregon Wine: After decades of growth, the sales from Oregon wines have slowed in recent years — we sit with producers and sales reps on the trend and whether the Pinot Noir bubble will pop or morph into something else altogether.

 

DEPARTMENTS

Picks & Gifts: The season’s hottest finds

Good Taste: Colorful gins from natural ingredients

Spotlight: Bellingham’s dynamic drink scene

The Buzz: Summer pitcher-drink recipes

DIY: How to pair seasonal beers with seasonal produce

One Day: A single-day itinerary to booze-crawl through Bainbridge Island, Washington

Cocktail Creations: Low-proof cocktail recipes for the porch-sipping

Bottle Service: Riverside sipping locales

Giving Back: Drink producers that connect with their community through food

FEATURES

New Bar Life: Why alcohol and life behind the bottle don’t always mix and how long-tenured, sober drinks industry professionals are changing their lives and the culture of the alcohol industry

The State of Oregon Wine: After decades of growth, the sales from Oregon wines have slowed in recent years — we sit with producers and sales reps on the trend and whether the Pinot Noir bubble will pop or morph into something else altogether.

Look Good, Taste Good: The list of local designers is growing as more breweries and beer companies dig into packaging that makes them stand out on the shelf — learn the who, what, why and more on the story behind the label

Recipes: Summer appetizers for a crowd, paired with BC wine

Reveling the Region: A trip exploring the sights and sips of Missoula, Montana