A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 15th to 21st. See previous week’s here. Please add any I missed to the comments section.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about winemaker’s first harvests with Cayuse’s Christophe Baron among others (Note: May require subscription).
The Pensacola News Journal writes about Pacific Rim’s 2007 Solstice Riesling.
Wines & Vines writes about the upcoming liquor initiatives.
From the blogosphere…
One Rich Wine Guy writes about Cooper Wine Company.
Wine Foot writes about tasting through Wenatchee and Leavenworth wines.
Under the Grape Tree writes about Novelty Hill, Three Rivers, and Kiona.
The Wine Crush writes about wine for NFL parties with a shoutout to the Kung Fu Girl Riesling.
Sips & The City writes about the #Cabernet event at West Seattle’s Bin 41.
Wine Peeps writes about Woodinville wines. They also write about the second edition of Washington Wines & Wineries: The Essential Guide, the Columbia Crest H3 Merlot, and Washington Semillon.
Washington Wine writes about the Avery Lane Chardonnay.
Write for Wine writes about Cascade Valley Wine Country.
The Terroirists write about the Guardians of Red Mountain.
Yak Yak Wine writes about wine clubs.
Just Luxe writes about Maryhill.
Northwest Cork & Fork writes about Cooper Wine Company.
Sip it Walla Walla writes a scary story.
Mutineer Magazine writes about Washington’s grapes being tardy.
The Wine Sleuth writes about Charles Smith.
From the locals…
The Daily Evergreen writes about initiatives 1100 and 1105.
The News Tribune writes about a Bellingham city council member looking to oppose two upcoming liquor initiatives. They also write about recent books on Washington wine and an exchange between Prosser and the Republic of Georgia.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt says that standout Washington wines offer good value.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Alexandria Nicole’s wind turbines.
NPR talks about Northwest growers nervous about this year’s harvest.
KOMO writes about a recent audit of the Washington Wine Commission.
The Seattle Times writes about the 2010 harvest.
KING 5 writes about advertising on the local wine initiatives.
Seattle Magazine writes about new pour houses.
KNDO writes about what the liquor initiatives mean for the wine industry.
The Olympian writes about the upcoming liquor initiatives.
The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about wine buyers traveling to Washington.
The Port Townsend Leader writes about the upcoming liquor initiatives.
Wenatchee World writes about speed blogging.
Portland Monthly writes about traveling to the Columbia Gorge.
That’s all folks!