A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 1st to 7th.
From around the country…
The Dallas Morning News writes about Tamarack’s 2008 Firehouse Red.
From the blogosphere…
Wine Tonite! writes about #WAwine.
Wannabe Wino Wine Blog writes about L’Ecole NO. 41.
Northwest Wine writes about Dusted Valley Vintners.
Cork’d writes about #WAwine.
Decanter Banter writes about #WAwine.
Ancient Fire Wine Blog writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle.
Seattle Wine Blog writes about Woodinville Passport.
West Seattle Weisenheimer writes about E.B. Foote.
Memories in a Bottle writes about Doubleback.
Grapes of Life writes about the Charles Smith Velvet Devil Merlot.
1 Wine Dude gives mini-reviews on two L’Ecole No. 41 wines.
Into Wine writes about Lost Mountain’s Barbera.
Ear to the Ground writes about vineyards and wineries on state trust land.
Wine Foot writes about Liberty Lake Cellars Merlot.
The Examiner writes about #WAwine.
The Day(ly)-Burget/Burget Blog writes about Walla Walla.
Earth Times writes about K Vintners.
Walla Walla Wine News writes about June events.
From the locals…
The Bellingham Herald writes about Washington wine.
The Manson Village Tribune writes about #WAwine.
The Bellevue Reporter writes about Dusted Valley Vintners.
The Lake Chelan Mirror writes about #WAwine.
Columbia Gorge Magazine writes about sustainability.
Northwest Cork and Fork hosts a vintage party.
That’s all folks!