A summary of articles from November 22nd to 30th on Washington wine.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about the recent Massachusetts court ruling regarding direct shipping.
The San Francisco Chronicle gives a callout to Hedges Three Vineyards Red Mountain Red Wine.
The Aniston Star gives callouts to Kiona and Magnificent Wine Co.
From the blogosphere…
Media Musings writes about singer Geoff Tates “INSANIA” wine.
The Yelp Blog writes about Washington wine with callouts to Guardian Cellars, Des Voigne Cellars, Efeste, Pondera, and Brian Carter.
Wells on Wine checks out Waters Winery Interlude 2005.
Swordfern Wines checks out Ross Andrews Boushey Syrah 2006 and also takes a look at three Washington Syrah.
The Wine Commentator checks out L’Ecole’s 2007 Chardonnay.
The Bend Blog writes about a trip to Walla Walla.
Beyond the Bottle writes about upcoming wine events in Washington as well as L’Ecole and Columbia Winery.
Viajes de la Costa Chica writes about wine touring in Washington.
Wine Peeps does a spotlight on Dunham Cellars.
Hustle’s Wine on Trial looks at Covey Run’s 2005 Gewurztraminer.
From the locals…
The Tri-City Herald writes about Vineyards Resort filing for bankruptcy. The Seattle PI also picks up the AP story.
The Puget Sound Business Journal gives a quick note on new Martinez and Martinez winery. The also write about Columbia Winery signing a long term deal to stay in Woodinville.
Tech Flash writes about Amazon’s consideration of on-line wine sales.
The Tri-City Herald also writes about the Port of Kennewick’s consideration of creating a wine incubator.
The Seattle PI writes about the upcoming St. Nicholas weekend in Woodinville.
The Seattle Times gives some advice on exploring wine country in the area.
KUOW talks to Andy Purdue and Paul Gregutt about Thanksgiving wine selections.
KIMATV talks about wineries going green.
The Oregon Statesman Journal writes about Thanksgiving wines.
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