A round-up of stories on Washington wine from October 8th to 14th.
The buzz this week is an article in the Seattle Times about the effects of global warming on grape growing that was picked up by a variety of outlets. Read the article here. Paul Gregutt writes a post on this story as does Investigate West.
From around the country…
From the blogosphere…
Decanter Banter does a video post on Fresh Northwest Design.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Woodinville.
Paul Gregutt writes about aging red wines.
WAWineMan writes about Charles Smith’s Royal City Syrah. He also checks out the Ross Andrew 2008 Meadow, Columbia Crest 2006 H3 Merlot, and Bookwalter’s 2008 Couplet. In addition, he lists some new Washington wineries.
Write for Wine writes about Gilbert Cellars.
Beyond the Bottle writes about Foundry Vineyards 2003 Cabernet.
Pam Hoelzle writes about a blogger get-together at William Church Winery.
Global Foodie writes about Washington wineries.
Joel Vincent writes about Kontos Cellars 2006 Alatus Blend (Note: Bottled under a different name the winery was then testing out).
Random Oenophile tries some Washington wine.
About.com writes about Hogue.
From the locals…
Woehler writes about the state’s Syrahs.
Othello Outlook writes about Stoneridge Vineyard and Charles Smith’s 100 point Syrah.
The News-Tribune writes about the cold weather and harvest.
KHQ picks up an AP story about the cold weather and harvest.
Western Farmer-Stockman writes about a new research vineyard for WSU.
That’s all folks!