A summary of articles from February 1st to 7th on Washington wine.

Our feature article this week comes from Gourmet magazine which writes an article on Walla Walla.

From around the country…

MSNBC writes about the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers annual trade show.

Atlanta’s AJC gives a callout to Gordon Brothers Syrah.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Peeps writes that 2007 may be Washington’s best vintage ever.

Swordfern takes a look at Morrison Lane’s 2006, Viognier, Animale’s 2006 Grenache, and several Cabernet-Syrah blends.

Wine and Spirits Daily writes about 2008 sales growth for several Washington wineries.

Coffee Like Wine checks out Charles Smith’s 2006 Boom Boom Syrah.

From the locals…

The Everett Herald writes about Whidbey Island’s wine and chocolate event.

The Tri-City Herald writes about WSU’s new director of the enology and viticulture program. They also write about Trust Cellars and Bergevin Lane.

Tri-City Herald also writes about the planned development of the Southridge area, including plans for a winery and tasting room.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Gourmet Magazine’s recent trip to Walla Walla.

WSU Today writes about the recent “Celebration of Washington Wines” dinner and auction.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Washington Petit Syrah with callouts to Milbrandt and Thurston Wolfe.

A wire story report on Flying Fish’s donating a portion of its proceeeds to ocean conservancy.

In another wire story, Foley Family Wines, whose portfolio includes Three Rivers in Walla Walla, announced its new organizational structure.

Paul Gregutt writes about Milbrandt Vineyards.

Oregon Magazine writes about Mercer.