Reminder that April’s Virtual Tasting will be the 2009 Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling. The tasting will take place on Wednesday April 28th from 7-9pm. Read more about it here.
A round-up of articles on Washington wine from April 15th to 21st.
From around the country…
No love this week.
From the blogosphere…
Luxist writes about Figgins Family Wine Estates entrance into the beef business.
Chris Pirillo gives 100 Washington wineries to follow on Twitter.
WINO Magazine writes about Merlot Gone Mad.
My Wine Words does a video post on Desert Wind.
Terroirists write about Walla Walla Vintners Pepper Bridge Malbec.
Sawaya Photography writes about Va Piano and Waters.
Pour Wine Review writes about Foundry.
Walla Walla Wine News gives its must do Spring Release report.
Schiller Wine (who I had the pleasure of meeting at DrinkLocalWine.com I must add) writes about Hightower.
Women Who Wine writes about Upland Estates and Goose Ridge.
Northwest Wine Quest Blog writes about Snipes Mountain and Upland Estates.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Passport.
Wine and Beer of Washington State gives tips to enjoy Passport. They also write about Columbia Gorge Passport, Sheridan’s 2006 Cabernet Franc, give a Woodinville Passport Day 1 review and a pre-Passport wrapup.
1,000 Paintings writes about SYZYGY.
Write for Wine writes about William Church.
Yak Yak Wine writes about Fox Estates Merlot.
Wine and Dine Walla Walla writes about Figgins Family Wine Estates.
Well Red, White and Rose writes about Covington.
Wine Foot writes about Kana Winery.
NW Cork and Fork writes about Fidelitas.
Jenna writes about Walla Walla.
Washington Wine Guy writes about Buty’s Beast Semillon.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about Isenhower’s recent decision to scale back.
Woehler writes about Pontin del Roza and Buried Cane.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Taste Washington.
The Tri-City Herald gives an interesting list of liquor store licenses.
Wine Press NW writes about Lake Chelan.
That’s all folks!