A summary of articles from December 22nd to 31st on Washington wine.

My featured article this go round is from Wino Magazine’s blog which gives some interesting detail on the recent freeze.

From around the country…

The San Francisco Chronicle lists Andrew Will’s 2005 Two Blondes Vineyard as one of their surprise wines of the year.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer makes the 2006 Boom Boom! Syrah their wine pick of the week.

The Colorado Springs Gazette gives a callout to Leonetti Cellars.

From the blogosphere…

Going for Seconds writes about Corliss Estates.

Washington Wine writes about Washington ice wine.

Beyond the Bottle writes about Syncline’s 2007 Subduction Red and the 2006 Watermill Cabernet.

Wine Peeps does a tasting of Washington Malbec.

Swordfern Wines checks out Grae Eagle Red Wing 2006.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine checks out College Cellars Clark’s Blend 2005.

I Love the Washington Coast does a video article on the Taste Walla Walla Wine event.

Mad About Wine checks out the 2006 K Syrah The Deal.

RJ’s Wine Blog puts Dunham’s Trutina in his top wines of the year.

From the locals…

The Sammamish Review writes about Rock Meadow Cellars.

The Bellingham Herald looks back on the year in Washington wine.

The Tri-City Herald writes about student winemakers making an impact in local wine competitions.

The Seattle PI writes about Woodinville wineries with callouts to XSV, Anton Ville, Washington Wine Co., Alexandria Nicole, and Village Wines.