A round-up of stories on Washington wine from August 1st to 7th. Please add links in the comments section to any I missed.
From around the country…
The Witchita-Falls TimesRecordNews writes about the Red Diamond Merlot.
Sunset Magazine writes about Lake Chelan.
The Cleveland Sun Star Courier recommends the 2008 Duck Pond Red Blend.
From the blogosphere…
Stephen Tanzer’s Winophilia gives a vote for Washington Syrah.
Drink Nectar asks whether Washington wines are coming of age. Josh also writes about an upcoming March of Dimes event, difficulties at Terranova opening a Spokane tasting room, and gives monthly honors for July.
Paul Gregutt writes about Stevens Winery.
Wine Law writes about Washington’s liquor laws.
Sip & The City writes about Greenlake Wines.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Darby opening up near Village Wines. Shona also gives an update on Obelisco’s tasting room, writes about a new project from David LeClaire, and Covey Run’s tasting room.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Grand Reve Vintners.
Elixir Vitae writes about Hyatt.
The Big Blog lists Walla Walla as among five things to do in Washington before you die.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about feedback from the Wine Bloggers Conference. Catie also writes about Tertulia Cellars Rosé du Mourvèdre, Three Rivers’ Holly Turner, and encourages people to open their minds to different grapes.
StarkSilverCreek makes an unplanned visit to Woodward Canyon.
Underground Winos writes about Picazo 7 Seventeen.
Northwest Wine writes about Washington wine month bargains.
Washington Wine writes about Hogue Cellars.
Yak Yak Wine writes about the second edition of Washington Wines and Wineries: The Essential Guide.
The Ambassador of Wine writes about the 2005 Beresan Stone River.
Retirement Revised writes about Trust Cellars Steve Brooks.
Aginfo.net writes about a grant to build a Guide to Sustainable Winery Practices.
Wine(explored) by Wine(accessorized) writes about Badger Mountain.
Wine-Zag.com writes about a trip to Canlis at Reynvaan Family Vineyards.
The Wine Economist writes about a wine faults class at Central Washington University.
Triporati writes about Walla Walla.
From the blogosphere (WBC10)…
The Vino File writes about WBC10.
Emily Towe writes for Palate Press about pouring their Grenache at WBC10.
Steve Heimoff writes about the WBC sponsor poll.
Enobytes.com writes about Gilbert Cellars.
Paul Gregutt. writes about feedback from the bloggers’ conference.
Bricks of Wine writes about WBC10.
Conscious Wine gives a WBC10 slide show.
Wine Tonite! writes about white wine blogging.
Cellar Mistress’ Cellar Talk writes about Day 1 of the WBC-or-Bust tour.
From the locals…
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Grand Reve.
The Seattle Times writes about wine lovers heading to Woodinville, as well as some stalled plans due to the economy.
The Yakima Herald writes about Central Washington University’s Global Wine Studies Program.
The Tri-City Herald writes about a Washington Wine Industry Foundation grant. They also write about Guy W. (Bill) Powers being named to the Washington Wine Hall of Fame.
The News Tribune writes about Brix 25.
KNDO writes about Barnard Griffin winning best of show in a local wine competition.
Washington Tasting Room writes about David Lake and Guy W. Powers being selected as 2010 Legends of Washington Wine.
The Bellevue Reporter writes about the upcoming Auction of Washington wines.
The Columbian writes about the Port of Vancouvers consideration of incubator development.
Bob Woehler does a video post for Wine Press NW about Washington Wine Month.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Winophilia gives a sneak preview on upcoming releases from Washington.
Vino Verve does a video post of Balboa Winery.
That’s all folks!