A summary of articles from April 1st to 14th on Washington wine.
From around the country…
Forbes compares regular and reserve wines for Pacific Rim wine company.
The St. Louis Dispatch writes about Washington state Pinot Gris.
The San Francisco Chronicle writes about Cab Franc with a callout to Andrew Will.
From the blogosphere…
As you would expect, lots on the Taste of Washington this go round including:
Wine Peeps gives a complete recap on the ToW and also looks at the Restaurant Awards and educational day. Wine Peeps also conducts a wine tasting dinner of Washington merlot and writes about vineyards of the Yakima Valley.
Swordfern Wines gives some first thoughts on the Taste of Washington and follows up with posts on Betz Family Wines 1999 Pere de Famille and Grenache. Swordfern also writes about Tamarack Cellars and Cayuse 1999 Cailloux Syrah.
Bricks of Wine writes about ToW hits and misses.
Ambassador of Wine writes about Five Star Cellars 2006 Sangiovese.
Encompass Wine looks at Columbia Crest’s 2006 H3 Cabernet.
About Boxed Wine writes about Tefft Cellars and Badger Mountain Winery.
The Wine Spies write about Revelry Vintners 2006 Merlot.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Robison Ranch Cellars.
Chat Wine looks at some offerings from Charles Smith.
I Drink Your Wine looks at McKinley Springs.
Terry at TheWinos talks to the folks from DaMa.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about the Taste of Washington.
The Pacific Northwest Insider writes about Washington’s 600th winery.
The Bellingham Herald writes about viognier.
The Penninsula Daily News writes that Lost Mountain Winery will close.
That’s all folks!