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

From around the country…

No love this week.

From the blogosphere…

Paul at Swordfern Wines writes about Mountain Dome’s 2000 Brut and CellarTracker.

Beyond the Bottle checks out Tertulia’s 2005 Cabernet and writes about a trip to Walla Walla.

Washington Wine writes about cabernet and does a little experiment. Read the results here. Washington Wine also writes about Washington Wine conglomerates.

Terry at thewinos.com talks with Marie-Eve Gilla from Forgeron about wine and charity.

Wino’s blog writes about the “Wrong Kind of Wino” – a Washington woman who made news all over by getting arrested three times in three days for drunk driving in Wisconsin.

The Wine Cask writes about OS Champoux Vineyard Riesling.

Shona on WineChatr writes about Dusted Valley opening up a tasting room in Woodinville.

Seattle Wine Blog gives part five on the Taste of Washington in Phoenix and gives a “best of” list.

Crosscut writes about some recent legislative discussions around wine.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Bassel Cellars.

Write for Wine writes about the Taste of Washington and Efeste’s Big Papa.

Wine Peeps writes about Carpenter Creek Winery in Mount Vernon and does a Washington Syrah dinner.

From the locals…

The Eastside Business Journal writes about Wine Press NW naming Maryhill “Winery of the Year.”

The Oregonian writes about wineries sprouting up in Clark County.

The Kitsap Sun writes about the uncertain future of Bainbridge Vineyards.

The Tri-City Herald writes about the Prosser Wine Fair finding a new home.

The Seattle Times writes about Yakima Valley as does Gregutt.

KOMO reports that the Washington wine industry thrives despite the recent economic downturn.

The Olympian reports about recent discussions to have wine sold at the legislative giftshop (I’m embarrassed that it is not already).

Wenatchee World writes about WSU’s new wine director.

The Mercer Island Reporter writes about the Taste of Washington.

That’s all folks!