A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 22nd to 30th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
San Francisco Chronicle writes about Washington Syrah.
From the blogosphere…
Winophilia writes about standout whites from Washington.
Salud writes about Washington wine.
Paul Gregutt writes about holiday wine challenges.
Nectar Tasting Room & Wine Blog writes about the Cayuse God Only Knows Grenache. Josh also gives thanks for wine and Spokane and writes about relationship marketing.
Blue Collar Wine Guy writes about Washington appellations. He also recommends the 2007 Gordon Brothers Syrah.
Sassy City Girl writes about the Taste of Tulalip.
Eater Seattle writes about aMaurice Cellars being named by Wine & Spirits magazine as a 2011 Wine to Watch.
Table Talk writes about Oregon, the other wine producing state.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events. Shona also writes about Grape Killers and the expansion of Taste Washington.
Wine Peeps writes about Sineann. They also write about Initiative 1183 and a challenging wine pairing.
Lucha Vino does a Washington Cabernet cage match.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Pacific Rim. They also write about Buried Cane and 20-Something.
Spokane Wine Magazine writes about First Friday in Spokane.
Wine on Wednesday writes about Washington.
Write for Wine writes about Tempranillo. Margot also writes about the passing of Barrage Cellars’ dog.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about The Stan Story. Catie also writes about Thanksgiving wines.
Northwest Wines asks whether Washington wines are pricey.
WAwineman writes about the 2008 Trust Cellars Syrah. Ed Matsuwaka also writes about the 2007 Chateau Ste. Michelle Boreal Red.
From the locals…
Writing the for Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Stonecap.
The Seattle Times writes about the farmer’s market wine sampling program. They also write that 1183 will slow Seattle’s bid for later bar hours and say to raise a glass to the Washington wine industry.
The Puyallup Herald writes about small businesses feeling shut out by Initiative 1183.
Walla Walla Lifestyles writes about the evolution of College Cellars. They also write about one-of-a-kind Waitsburg.
KIMA TV writes that illegal wines signs are to be removed. They also write about Yakima Valley on Thanksgiving weekend.
The News Tribune writes about the Farmer’s Market wine tasting program. They also write about Northwest wines in Wine Spectator’s Top 100.
The Spokesman Review writes about the wines of L’Ecole No 41. They also write about Marketplace Wine Bar.
Whatcom Magazine writes about the Tri-Cities Wine Festival.
The Daily Record writes that Roslyn and and Ellensburg liquor stores will close when liquor sales are privatized.
The Yakima Herald writes about weekend travelers to the valley.
Bainbridge Review writes that city codes threaten a winery.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Fidelitas.
That’s all folks!
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