A round-up of stories on Washington wine from February 15th to 21st 2012. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about ten impressive Washington reds.
Wine Enthusiast writes about a Walla Walla getaway.
Florida Today writes that Washington Cabernet hits the sweet spot.
The Evansville Courier & Press writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2010 Riesling.
KTVQ writes about a Billings winery using Yakima Valley fruit.
The Lincoln Journal Star writes about Hedges CMS Red.
From the blogosphere…
Lucha Vino writes about a tempranillo competition.
Woodinville Patch writes about WineStumblr.
Paul Gregutt writes about battling palate fatigue.
Uncork Washignton writes about the 2008 Ross Andrew Boushey Vineyard Syrah.
Mercer Island Patch writes abou the new Wine Commisssion executive director.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Barnard Griffin.
Eastside Uptown Girl writes about sexy Washington reds.
Blue Collar Wine Guy writes about Sauvignon Blanc with a callout to EFESTE.
Food Republic writes about eight Walla Walla wines to drink right now.
From the locals…
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Northwest sparkling wines.
The Seattle Times (briefly) writes about Alex Golitzin being nominated for a James Beard Award.
The Yakima Herald writes about red wine and chocolate weekend.
Washington Tasting Room writes about Woodward Canyon expanding ownership.
The News Tribune writes about Petite Sirah.
Wenatchee World writes about Wedge Mountain Winery.
KXLY writes about Whitestone.
Cannon Beach Gazette writes about Tamarack.
Puget Sound Business Journal writes that craft distillers are more hopeful as key 1183 dates near.
The Longview Daily News writes that a local sheriff violated state law with liquor intiative ads.
Capitol Hill Times writes about 1183 and the local distillery.
Bellingham Herald writes about Vino Volo.
Seattle Metropolitan writes about open that bottle night.
That’s all folks!