A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 8th to 14th. See previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The Palm Beach Post writes about the 2007 Spring Valley Frederick.
MSNBC writes about distributors wanting to charge wine stores more for small orders.
Wine Spectator writes about Northstar Merlot.
NPR writes about Washington State banning alcoholic energy drinks.
From the blogosphere…
Yak Yak Wine sends grandma to boot camp.
The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman gives a video tour of her new wine store.
Wine & Beer of Washington State writes about Gusto and the Taste of Tulalip.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Grape Encounters.
The Terroirists write about terroir.
WiredVC writes about the Zino Society.
Life Between the Vines interviews Chad Johnson of Dusted Valley.
Crosscut.com writes about the Washington Liquor Control Board facing new issues.
Cornichon.org writes about the LCB.
Wine Cellars Club writes about the 2007 L’Ecole No. 41 Perigee.
Blog Critics writes about Walla Walla.
Wine Lovers Blog writes about Washington State.
Washington Wine Diva interviews Jack Colby of @NWWines.
From the locals…
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Russell Creek.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt suggests some holiday wines.
KING5 writes about distributors looking to charge higher fees.
The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about Washington State law firms putting money into wineries.
The News Tribune recommends Thanksgiving wines with a shout out to Pacific Rim’s Autumnus.
The Tri-City Herald writes about the Tri-Cities Wine Festival.
That’s all folks!