A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 15th to 21st.
The big news this week was Wine Spectator’s awarding the number one position in their annual Top 100 to the Columbia Crest 2005 Grand Reserve. Nine Washington wines were in the Top 100. See a video from Spectator.
From around the country
CBS News writes about Pursued by Bear.
Annapolis’ The Capital recommends the Eroica Riesling for Thanksgiving.
From the blogosphere
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Tru Cellars.
Paul Gregutt takes a look back at Wine Trails of the Pacific Northwest.
My Ballard writes about Domanico Cellars.
WAwineman checks out Columbia Winery’s 2007 Lapis.
Wine and Beer of Washington State gives a review of Fall Release in Walla Walla.
Wine Foot writes about the NW Food and Wine Event.
Midtown Stomp writes about Day 4 of a Washington wine trip.
Write for Wine writes about a contest at William Church.
Wine and Food writes about Kana’s 2004 Katie Mae.
Eric Rivera’s Cooking Blog gives a look at Seattle’s new wine tasting bar, Sip.
ChrisinSunnyside checks out Alexandria Nicole’s 2007 Quarry Butte.
Wine Basket Guide.com writes about Washington wine.
Gene Stout writes about Geoff Tate’s new Insania white wine.
From the locals
The Tri-city Herald writes about L’Ecole’s work to go green.
KING 5 reports on eastern Washington wineries making the move east.
The Fife Free Press writes about a pre-holiday wine event.
Oregon Live.com writes about Walla Walla.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about the expansion of the local community college.
That’s all folks!