A round-up of stories on Washington wine from February 22nd to 28th. See previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Business.com writes about a new operations manager at SeVein.
MSNBC writes about new tasting rooms in the Marcus Whitman.
Business Week writes about the Goose Ridge Riesling.
The Dallas Fort Worth Tribune writes about Hogue’s Riesling.
From the blogosphere…
Paul Gregutt gives his top 10 wines of the month. He also gives some advice to wineries.
Northwest Specialties writes about the Senate approving wine samples at farmer’s markets.
Wine Foot writes about the 2008 Substance Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Taste Walla Walla in Portland.
365 Things to do in Walla Walla writes about music at Waterbrook.
Riesling Rules says to let Riesling be!
WineMatch.com writes about visiting Washington.
The Wine Knows writes about the rise of Washington Riesling and Chardonnay.
Wine Peeps writes about Sonoris Wines. They also write about Washington Cabernet Franc.
Alcoholic Beverages Law gives an update from the Washington Wine Institute.
Taste Washington writes about Woodinville Wine Update. Shona also writes about upcoming events and Apex at Alder Ridge.
City’s Best writes about Woodinville Passport.
The Oregon Wine Blog dives into Woodinville. They also write about Taste Walla Walla Portland.
Washington Wine writes about Covey Run.
WINO Magazine writes about Seattle Food & Wine Experience. They also write about exotic wines.
From the locals…
The Tri-City Herald writes about Picazo 7 Seventeen moving to Kennewick.
The News Tribune writes about Richland looking for a way to build a wine science center.
Eastern Oregonian writes about Walla Walla’s Castillo de Feliciana.
The Seattle Times writes about eco-weddings with a shout out to Snoqualmie Vineyards. They also write about beer and wine tastings being approved at Farmer’s Markets.
That’s all folks!
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