A round-up of stories on Washington wine from May 1st to 7th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The Washington Post picks up an AP story about Eaton Hill Winery.
The San Francisco Chronicle writes about oyster wine winners with callouts to Cadaretta’s 2010 SBS, Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2009 Sauvignon Blanc, and Hogue’s 2009 Pinot Grigio.
The Napa Valley Register writes about the 2009 Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling (asking whether this could be America’s greatest wine value. Answer? Yes!).
The Maine Sunday Telegram writes about Hedges.
Wines & Vines writes about Lachini Vineyards.
From the blogosphere…
Go Local Prov writes about Washington state wine with callouts to Milbrandt, Chateau Ste. Michelle, and Columbia Winery.
B Town Blog writes about Burien’s Decanter Wines.
Woodinville Wine Update gives upcoming Woodinville events.
Esquin’s Blog writes about the Long Shadows Poet’s Leap Riesling.
Lucha Vino tastes a Washington v French Malbec.
Sip of Spokane writes about Spring Barrel Tasting.
Wine & Dine Walla Walla asks whether Cayuse can provide the foundation for another event weekend. They also write about a new Walla Walla Valley wine app and Tru Cellars.
WINO Magazine writes about Vintage Walla Walla and Entwine.
Nectar Tasting Room & Wine Blog writes about May wine events in Spokane.
NW Cork and Fork writes about Tero Estates.
From the locals…
Northwest Cable News writes about Spring Barrel tasting in Spokane.
Wine Press NW gives its wine of the week.
Wenatchee World writes about Eagle Creek.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Dunham Cellars.
The Olympian writes about the pilot program allowing wine at Farmers Markets.
That’s all folks!