A round-up of stories from April 8th to 14th on Washington wine.
From Around the Country
The Chicago Tribune writes about Charles Smith.
Business Week writes about Betz Family Winery.
Wine Spectator writes about Washington trying to lure wine tourists.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette picks up last week’s Seattle Times story about Bainbridge wineries as do numerous other outlets.
From the Blogosphere…
Paul Gregutt gives a fascinating appraisal of Washington terroir by Dr. Alan Bussaca. He also writes about Isenhower Cellars making some difficult economic decisions.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes Part 3 on Taste Washington.
Cuvee Corner writes about Forgeron Cellars 2007 Chardonnay.
WINO Magazine writes about the art and science of winemaking.
The Pour Fool gives an April grab bag of wines.
Seattle Wine Blog writes about new Washington wineries at Tasting Washington.
Washington Wine Guy writes some notes on Cayuse and K Vintners.
The Examiner.com writes about touring urban wineries in Woodinville.
No Wine Snobs Allowed writes about 509 Wines.
Terroirists argue against stereotyping grapes.
WineSquire.com writes about Walla Walla’s upcoming Spring Release weekend.
General Wine Thoughts writes about Dunham’s Trutina.
Wine Dine Walla Walla writes about Otis Kenyon’s new Woodinville tasting room.
The Grumpy Winemaker gives some advice on promoting wineries.
Cellarmistress’ Cellar Talk writes about Northstar.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about small, high-end wineries getting creative to survive the bad economy.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Pinot Gris.
Woehler writes about Wines of Substance.
The Bellevue Scene writes about wine storage options in Bellevue.
The Whitman Pioneer writes about the effects of the economy on Walla Walla.
Wine Press NW writes about Virginie Bourgue leaving Cadaretta.
WineSquire.com writes about Walla Walla’s Italian pioneers.
That’s all folks!