A summary of articles from June 8th to June 14th on Washington wine.
From around the world…
Reuters India writes about Hong Kong making wines from frozen grapes, including those from Washington state.
From around the country…
The Providence Journal picks up a story from the Chicago Tribute about recommended summer wines, including Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling.
From the blogosphere…
Dowd’s Wine Notebook writes about Hong Kong’s first wine made from frozen Washington grapes. Indian Wine Academy also picks up on this story.
Wine Peeps writes about Vintage Walla Walla. They also do a spotlight on Spokane’s Barrister Winery.
WINO writes about the Washington wine industry trying to get a foothold in Hong Kong. They also write about Alma Terra winning at Uncorked’s Rose event, Haiku contest winners, medal winners at the Seattle Wine Awards, Seattle Swirl’s wine glass seminar,
Swordfern Wines checks out Long Shadows 2005 Sequel. They also write about Trust Cellars 2007 Cabernet Franc Rose.
Paul Gregutt writes about why Syrah doesn’t sell well and why Washington doesn’t get enough props.
Washington Wine writes about Columbia Crest’s Vineyard 10 wines.
One Rich Wine Guy writes about several upcoming Washington wine events. They also write about Bella Terrazza Vineyards.
Bricks of Wine writes about the Seattle Wine Awards, Fairwinds 2002 Cabernet,
Woodinville Wine Update writes about the end of the Washington Wine Ambassador program. WINO also picks up on this story. They also write about new tasting rooms for Mark Ryan and Ross Andrew and Lachini Vineyards.
Sprout writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle.
Forgeron Cellars writes about Vintage weekend on their blog.
Shona at WineChatr writes about Gifford Hirlinger opening a tasting room in Woodinville. See my post on other wineries from Walla Walla opening up tasting rooms in Woodinville here.
Ken’s Wine Guide looks at Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2007 Sauvignon Blanc.
From the locals…
The Eastside Business Journal writes about the return of ZAP – Zinfandel Advocates and Producers.
Oregon Live writes about Walla Walla.
Wenatchee World writes about Washington wine.
KAPP writes about the Sunshine and Wine event.
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