A round-up of stories on Washington wine from October 15th to 21st. See previous week’s round-ups here.
From around the country…
NPR talks about the liquor initiatives.
From the blogosphere…
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Tranche Cellars and Seattle’s Black Pearl Restaurant.
Write for Wine writes about the liquor initiatives.
Fermentation writes about Initiative 1100.
Under the Grape Tree writes about Hedges.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about the initiative battle.
Wine & Beer of Washington State writes about the Halloween Warehouse Walk.
Seattlest writes about the debate on the liquor initiatives at The Crocodile.
Crosscut.com writes about the liquor initiatives.
RJ’s Wine Blog writes about the Ross Andrews 2008 Meadow White.
Kelsey’s Blog writes about initiatives 1100 and 1005.
Beyond the Bottle writes about Starbucks serving wine.
Underground Winos writes about crush.
Yak Yak Wine writes about Syncline Wine Cellars.
From the locals…
KING 5 writes about Starbucks serving beer and wine.
The News Tribune writes about Covey Run.
The Bellingham Herald writes about L’Ecole No. 41.
KNDO writes about cold weather threatening harvest.
KIRO talks about wine touring in Walla Walla.
The Everett Tribune writes about Port Gardner Bay Winery opening a tasting room in Everett.
The Seattle Times writes about the Columbia Gorge.
The Statesman Examiner writes about the liquor initiatives.
The Business Examiner writes about the ballot initiatives.
The Seattle Times writes about what happens if both initiatives pass.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregut writes about Dusted Valley.
The Federal Way Mirror writes about the liquor initiatives.