A summary of articles from November 1st to 14th on Washington wine.

From around the country…

The Kansas City Star among many others pick up on the AP’s story of the lobbying for a new Washington AVA called Naches Heights.

The San Francisco Chronicle writes about the correlation between Obama’s victory and wine consumption in the states he won, including Washington state.

From the blogosphere…

Our friends at Wine Peeps write about Cadence Winery.

The Wine Commentator writes about Cave B and L’Ecole No. 41.

The Hazel Files writes about wine touring in Walla Walla with callouts to Beresan, Buty, Cayuse Vineyards, Dunham Cellars, Flying Trout, Forgeron Cellars, Otis Kenyon, Sapolil, Spring Valley Vineyard, and SYZYGY.

Seattle Wine Blog writes about increased availability of Washington wine in Arizona.

AmericanWinery.com interviews Skylite Cellars Angela Locati.

IS and Beyond writes about Basel Cellars.

From the locals…

The Eastside Business Journal also picks up on the story of the proposed Naches Heights AVA.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Mercer Estates.

Wine Press Northwest writes about a tasting of Northstar and Bordeaux wines.

The Tri-City Herald writes about the local wine festival with callouts to Anelare, Columbia Crest, Kestrel, Kiona, Tagaris, Saint Laurent, and Five Star. They also write about the increase in exports of Washington wine.

The Yakima Herald also writes about the Tri-City wine festival.

The Oregon Statesman Journal writes about the Port of Walla Walla winery incubator complex at the Walla Walla airport.

The Seattle Times writes about Walla Walla’s women winemakers and the emerging wine region in Lake Chelan.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Cayuse Weekend.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about the 2008 harvest.

Paul Gregutt writes about changes in Walla Walla with callouts to Balboa, Boomtown, and Wines of Substance.