A round-up of stories on Washington wine from January 1st to 7th. See previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The Associated Press writes about Constellation Brand’s jump in profits.
From the blogosphere…
Esquin checks out the Cayuse Vineyards Bionic Frog.
Yakima Valley Tourism writes about the end of the corkage free zone in Yakima.
Wine Chicks Guide writes about the 2007 Walter Clore Private Reserve.
The Vino File looks at the 2004 Walter Clore Private Reserve.
Sip of Spokane writes about Barrister Winery.
The Oregon Wine Blog gives a best of 2010 with a callout to Waters 2007 Forgotten Hills Syrah.
Fermentation talks about possible wine-shipping legislation in Olympia this year.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
Swirl Girls makes a resolution to keep trying more Washington wine.
The Winer’s Blog reviews the 2009 Seven Hills Riesling.
Wine & Dine Walla Walla writes about the change in ownership at Trio Vintners.
OregonLive.com writes about the Helix Sangiovese.
Kenton Wines tries a 1999 L’Ecole Cabernet.
365 Things to Do in Walla Walla, Washington writes about Walla Walla Wine Works.
From the locals…
Puget Sound Business Journal writes about the sale of Pacific Rim.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Hamilton Cellars opening a tasting room in Richland.
The Bellingham Herald writes about high hopes for the 2010 grape crop. They also write about Governor Gregoire’s wine bet with the Governor of Delaware.
The Seattle Times writes about beer and wine tastings being proposed at Farmer’s markets.
KNDO writes that tourism is up in the Tri-Cities.
The Seattle Weekly writes about wine in a box.
The Eugene Register-Guard writes about herbicide drift.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt gives a toast to top 100 wineries.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Bottle Variation writes about the 2007 Abeja Reserve Cabernet.
That’s all folks!