Working my way backwards…
A summary of articles from February 8th to 14th on Washington wine.
From around the country…
The Austin Chronicle says “Drink Washington”.
From the blogosphere…
The Tasting Circle checks out some Washington reds.
Ken’s Wine Guide checks out Ch. Ste. Michelle’s 2007 Chardonnay.
Pacific Northwest Wine, Beer, and Food Ramblings does a vertical of Walla Walla Vintners Merlot.
AmericanWinery.com joins the campaign to lift the ban on wine shipments to NJ.
Wine Club Guide writes about Pasek Cellars.
Portalis writes about O’Shea Scarborough Winery.
Seattle’s Capitol Hill Wine Blog writes about wineries trying to go green.
Seattle Wine Blog does a classification of Washington wineries.
Indian Wines checks out Bainbridge Island Winery.
RJ’s Wine Blog tastes Ch. Ste. Michelle’s 2005 Cabernet.
Salut Wine Co. writes about Januik’s 2006 Eldering Vineyard Chardonnay.
Swordfern Wines writes about the 2006 Sinner’s Punch and tastes the latest from Andrew Will.
Washington Wine writes about blended wine.
Doug at Wino writes about wine and the economy.
From the locals…
KIMA TV shares the love with some local wineries.
The Oregon Examiner briefly writes about a bill to target grapes imported to Washington. KEPRTV also picks up on this story.
The Tacoma News Tribune gives an update on the The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers.
WSU Today reports on Ted Baseler’s appointment to the board of regents.
The Tri-City Herald checks out Columbia Crest’s Two Vines Red Wine. They also report on recent honors to people in the wine industry from Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers as well as wine education programs.
The Eastside Business Journal writes about the recent success of the “A Celebration of Washington Wines” dinner and auction.
The Seattle Times writes about the effect of the recession on wine grape growers.
nice summary of the week’s events. i used to live in seattle for a long time and miss washington wines.
nice blog, too. just added you to my blogroll.
Thanks RJ and glad to see you are still keeping up with Washington wine. Lots going on here in the wine world to lure you back or at least for a visit.