A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 8th to 14th 2011.
From around the world…
Indian Wine Academy writes about Washington wine.
Sommelier India writes about the Washington Wine Commission visiting.
From around the country…
The Washington Post writes about Va Piano’s collaboration with Whole Foods.
Wines & Vines writes about harvest in Canada.
San Antonio Express writes about Queensryche with a mention of Geoff Tate’s Insania wine.
From the blogosphere…
Wine Foot interviews Bob Betz.
Mad Wine writes about Syrah pairings.
Paul Gregutt writes about the Washington Wine Commission’s trip to India.
JustLuxe.com writes about distinctive Washington whites.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about ScoreRevolution.
Popstar.com talks with Geoff Tate of Insania wine.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about the passing of Glenn Coogan. Shona also writes about BLEND.
Schiller-Wine talks with Bob Harris of Robert Ramsay.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about a strategy for wine tasting.
Washington Beer Blog writes about Walla Walla wine touring for beer lovers. They also write about Ancient Lakes Brewing.
Wine Peeps writes about Gilbert Cellars. They also write about the 2009 Boomtown Cabernet Sauvignon.
Endless Simmer writes about eastern Washington’s wine heaven.
AgInfo.net writes about the Washington wine ecomomic forum.
Seattleite writes about Washington’s Top 15 Cabernet Francs.
365 Things to Do in Walla Walla Washington writes about Walla Walla Vintners.
From the locals…
The Tri-City Herald writes about the 2011 harvest.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Sauvignon Blanc.
The Spokesman Review writes about Cougar Crest opening a tasting room in Spokane.
Wenatchee World on-line writes about the Chelan County Fair.
The News Tribune writes about the passing of Glenn Coogan.
KNDO writes about the 2011 harvest.
The Seattle Weekly speaks wine geek.
The Seattle Times writes about the Walla Walla Community College being a finalist for a $1M prize.
The Bellingham Herald writes about good wine for $10.
That’s all folks!
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