Reminder to nominate wines for the 2010 Wine of the Year and 2011 Wine to Watch. Read how here.
A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 22nd to 30th. See previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
The Toronto Sun writes about the Woodinville Warehouse District inspiring a Toronto winery.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes a cover article on Washington wine – a must read for any Washington wine lover (Note: May require subscription. Highly recommend picking up the hard copy).
Wines & Vines writes about an early ice wine harvest.
From the blogosphere…
Sips & The City writes about a recent Bordeaux tasting at Esquin Wine Merchants.
Wine Peeps writes about DuBrul Vineyard. They also write about a cellar party, Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Cold Creek Vineyard Riesling, and Judy Phelps of Hard Row to Hoe.
Paul Gregutt says tis the season for giving – Washington Wines & Wineries: The Essential Guide Second Edition.
WINO Magazine writes part deux of being a party animal.
Wine & Dine Walla Walla writes about a night out in Waitsburg.
The Seattle Weekly says Washington wines make the grade.
Luxist.com recommends gifts for wine lovers with a callout to Gramercy Cellars.
AgInfo.net writes about the recent Wine Spectator article on Washington wine.
La Carmina writes about Hotel Vintage Park.
Zester Daily writes about the Poet’s Leap Riesling.
Family Wineries of Washington State write about recent wine industry news.
Wallyhood.org writes about Wine World’s grand opening in Seattle.
Crosscut.com writes about loving French wine in eastern Washington.
Snooth.com writes about Maryhill Winery.
RJ’s Wine Blog writes about the Tamarack Firehouse Red.
From the locals…
The Bellingham Herald writes about ‘best of the best’ Northwest reds.
The Tri-City Herald gives a 2010 vintage report.
The Yakima Herald writes about snow keeping wine travelers down on Thanksgiving weekend.
WSU Today writes about mapping range of flavor.
The Seattle Times says be grateful for the bounty of Washington agriculture.
Writing for the Spokesman-Review, Paul Gregutt says to find the wine that blends best with the occasion.
Wenatchee World On-line writes about picking the right wine for Thanksgiving.
That’s all folks!