A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 15th to 21st.
From around the country…
FoodBizDaily picks up the story of Charles Smith being named Food & Magazine winemaker of the year.
Business Week writes about L’Ecole No. 41’s Apogee.
From the blogosphere…
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Palate Press. They also write about SuLei’s 2008 Roussanne (see my take on this wine here). Catie also writes for Palate Press on Walla Walla Wine.
WINO magazine writes about Darby Winery. They also write about round two of a Walla Walla roundtable, the latest Grape Killers event, and do some tasting and tweeting at Grand Cru Wine Bar.
Wine Peeps writes about one of the wine peeps. They also write about the Walter Clore Private Reserve, and Betz Family Winery.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Arlington Road Cellars new name. They also write about the aforementioned Taste and Tweet, and Gorman Winery.
Paul Gregutt writes about Betz Family Wines. He also writes about Stevens and the state straddling Sineann.
WAWineMan writes about new Washington state wineries. They also write about Woodinville wineries, O’Reilly’s 2007 Riesling, and Smasne’s 2007 Rosella.
Wine Rasa writes about DuBrul merlot. They also write about harvest.
Write for Wine writes about Alexandria Nicole.
Tavola Rosso writes about Va Piano’s Bruno’s Blend III. They also write about St. Laurent’s 2007 Syrah Rose.
DavidLansing.com writes about a WSU lecture on tannins.
From the locals…
The News Tribune writes about this year’s crop.
Paul Gregutt writes in his column in the Seattle Times about value wines with callouts to Ardenvoir, Balboa Winery, and SuLei Cellars.
The Yakima Herald writes about John Anderson’s induction into the Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame.
Othello Outlook writes about recent changes in Washington wine laws. They also write that the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers will continue to meet in the Tri-cities through 2015.
Woehler writes for the Tri-city Herald about Silver Lake Winery.
KATU writes about a bottle plant closing.
That’s all folks!