A round-up of stories on Washington wine from May 8th to 14th. See previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The New York Times writes about Myles Anderson sharing Walla Walla Vintners wine with hikers in the Rogue River area.
The Pensacola News Journal says that its time for haters to stop hating Chardonnay with a callout to Janiuk’s 2008 Cold Creek Chardonnay.
From the blogosphere…
AgInfo.net writes about marketing Washington wine. Read part I here.
Kirkland Patch writes about Jody Elsom of Elsom Cellars.
Paul Gregutt writes about Forgeron Cellars Cabernet.
The Wine Guy writes about Chatter Creek. He also writes about Woodhouse Family Cellars.
AZCentral gives warm weather wine picks with a shout out to Three Rivers’ Sauvignon Blanc.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Bonair.
MyNorthwest.com writes about Guardian Cellars.
Table Talk writes about Walla Walla coming to Woodinville.
Lucha Vino does a head to head of Washington and Italian Sangiovese.
Wine Peeps writes about the 2007 Watermill Merlot. They also write about the 2007 Long Shadows Saggi.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming Woodinville events.
WINO Magazine writes about Otis Kenyon’s 2007 Matchless Red Wine.
Nectar Tasting Room and Wine Blog writes about Vintage Spokane.
Wine and Beer of Washington State writes about the Farmers Market wine tasting pilot program.
The Oregon Wine Blog writes about Merry Cellars.
Under the Grape Tree writes about Washington wine. See more here.
Wine TrekkerTV asks why Woodinville?
From the locals…
The Tri-City Herald writes about recession reds. They also write about Washington wineries winning medals at a California wine competition.
The Seattle Times writes about Walla Walla wineries helping a food bank.
Edible Seattle writes about wineries worth watching. Seattleite Magazine says ‘Hello Portland. Meet Washington Wine.’
Wenatchee World writes about North Central Washington wineries.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Terroirists write about the Cadaretta SBS.Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Thomas O’Neil Cellars.
That’s all folks!
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