A round-up of stories on Washington wine from March 1st to 7th.
From around the country
The San Jose Mercury News writes about Milbrandt Vineyards.
From the blogosphere
Citrus Quark writes about a trip to Woodinville with callouts to DeLille, Matthew, Novelty Hill, and Januik.
Wine and Beer of Washington State reviews the Seattle Food and Wine Experience. The also look at the Walter Dacon C’Est Syrah Magnifique and Roussanne. They also write about the national Washington Merlot Twitter tasting coming up on March 25th.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about opening a Leonetti Merlot.
Ken’s Wine Guide checks out L’Ecole No. 41’s 2007 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.
Seattle Wine Gal writes about the Washington Merlot tasting.
Cellar Mistress writes about Semillon.
NW Wine & Real Estate writes about Pomum Cellars and Tempranillo.
The 1 Eye Wine Guy writes about Kiona’s 2005 Late Harvest Gewürztraminer.
One Rich Wine Guy writes about social media.
K Vintners writes about Portland’s Washington Wine Rocks.
Wine and Dine Walla Walla writes about Glencorrie winery.
NW Food News picks up the NPR story about Hedges’ distaste for wine scores.
Yak Yak Wine writes about Hedges.
Erika Szymanski writes about Ward Johnson Winery.
Washington Wine gives a rant about Washington wine month.
Windy City Wine Guy writes about Washington wine history.
WBC writes about the upcoming Wine Blogger’s Conference.
Wine Foot writes about Bookwalter’s 2007 Foreshadow Cabernet.
Wine Peeps writes about Washington wine available in Phoenix.
About.com writes about Mercer’s 2007 Merlot.
From the locals
KNDO writes about Canyon’s Edge new tasting room in Kennewick.
That’s all folks!