Washington Wine Round-up - March 15th to 21st

A summary of articles from March 15th to March 21st on Washington wine.

From around the country…

The Fort Worth Star Telegram writes about Hedges CMS Red 2007. See what readers had to say about this wine at last month’s Virtual Tasting.

In Main Street (left-over business from the 3/14 round-up), Wine Library TV’s Gary Vaynerchuck writes about Washington wine.

From the blogosphere…

The Wine Cult writes about the Cayuse 2006 En Cerise.

KensWineGuide.com writes about Leonetti’s 2006 Merlot.

A Good Time with Wine writes about Syrah with a callout to Bridgeman.

Vinography writes about Taste of Washington, as does Wine Bazaar.

Oregon Wine Blog writes about Goose Ridge’s StoneCap Cabernet.

Wine Peeps gives an excellent writeup on the Sip of Snoqualmie.

Swordfern Wines writes about Ross Andrew’s 2005 Red Table wine, Va Piano’s Bruno’s Blend IV, and the Taste of Washington.

Wine Press Northwest writes about Barnard Griffin winning best red at a California wine competition.

Eat. Write. Now writes about Walla Walla and Washington wine.

Washington Wine writes about cabernet.

From the locals…

The Eastside Business Journal writes about a new wine bar – Vino at the Landing – opening in Renton.

Wine Press Northwest names Maryhill Winery Winery of the Year.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about the effect of the economy on wine sales.

KNDO writes about the Kennewick cork producing company.

That's all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

Please e-mail any comments or questions to wawinereport@gmail.com

1 comment:

  1. Thank you very much for noticing that my blog, agoodtimewithwine.com write about Bridgeman's Syrah. There are some great Washington wines that I've tried, and I'm trying to write about all of them. There will definitely be something coming in the next week or twou about Barnard-Griffin.


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