A summary of articles from May 8th to May 14th on Washington wine.

From around the world…

ETaiwanNews.com writes about wine buyers’ visit to Washington state.

From around the country…

No love in this round-up.

From the blogosphere…

Gregutt writes about tasting Washington and Australian wines. He also writes about Tranche Cellars and finesse wines.

Swordfern Wines writes about Morrison Lane’s 2005 Cinsault. They also write about a joint tasting with WWR.

GrapeRadio.com does a video podcast on L’Ecole No. 41.

Wino writes about Chandler Reach’s 2004 Parris Estate Cabernet and Soos Creek Artist Series #5.

Washington Wine writes about the continued growth of the Washington wine industry.

Wine Foot takes a look at a couple of Syncline reds. They also interview Josh McDaniel of Sweet Valley Wines.

AmericanWinery.com writes about Bergevin Lane.

Wine Peeps does a spotlight on Quilceda Creek.

The Wine Muse writes about Walla Walla.

Beyond the Bottle writes about the Cayuse 2005 God Only Knows Grenache.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine participates in Wine Blogging Wednesday’s with some thoughts on Long Shadows.

Cuvee Corner writes about Hedges 2006 Three Vineyards Claret.

From the locals…

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about the recent change in Washington liquor laws.

The Yakima Herald writes about the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Otis Kenyon.

The Salem OR Capital Press writes about the approval of the Lake Chelan AVA.

The Tri-City Herald writes about K Vintners.

The Bellevue Reporter writes about the Auction of Washington Wines.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about Benton City. They also write about a new fiction book the features Kestrel Vintners. They also write about improvements at Horse Heaven Vista.

That’s all folks!