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

From around the world…

Nhatky.in, the news from India, writes about the import agreement between Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.

From around the country…

The Baltimore Sun picks up an AP story on the effect of the recession on Walla Walla.

Wine Spectator writes about Washington’s two latest AVAs.

From the blogosphere…

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Spring Release. See part II here.

Swordfern Wines writes about the 2007 Pacific Rim Riesling from Wallula Vineyard.

Seattle Wine Blog gives a best of from Taste of Washington.

Purple Liquid does a blind tasting of cabernet from Washington.

Wine Peeps writes about Bergevin Lane.

Beyond the Bottle writes about L’Ecole’s 2005 WWV Cabernet.

Wine Foot writes about Powers 2006 Reserve Cabernet and Meritage.

Wino writes about WSU’s research winery.

Paul Gregutt writes about finesse wines, new vineyards at Cayuse, Bunchgrass Winery, and sexy syrahs.

Washington Wine writes about Cabernet Franc.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about a bill to loosen wine and beer sales in Washington.

The Seattle PI publishes an AP story about work by the Washington Wine Commission to increase international wine sales.

Spokane’s Spokesman Review writes about Spokane’s spring barrel tasting and Washington wine country.

Wenatchee World writes about upcoming wine events this summer.

The Yakima Herald writes an editorial about wine and the economy as well as a story on the same.

The Tri-city Herald writes about Kiona Vineyards and Winery. They also write about WSU’s new wine management program.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about the re-emergence of Bunchgrass.

Oregon Live writes about the latest goings-on in the Columbia Gorge.


The Sun Sentinel writes about Seven Hills Winery.

That’s all folks!