A round-up of stories on Washington wine from March 8th to 14th 2012. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
CBS News writes about Washington auctioning off state liquor store rights.
Tucson Citizen writes about Otis Kenyon.
Bloomberg writes about scaled back transparency on the White House wine list.
Wine Business.com writes about Bergevin Lane naming a new winemaker.
North Bay Business Journal writes about a design company focusing on wineries with brief mention of Fidelitas.
The Miami Herald writes about the Walla Walla music scene.
Fox News writes about celebrity wines.
The Kansas City Star writes about the South Korean trade pact starting.
From the blogosphere…
Jameson Fink writes about Domaine Pouillon.
Mercer Island Patch writes about Woodinville wineries.
Nectar Tasting Room and Wine Blog gives a buy direct challenge for Washington wine month.
Northwest Wine Anthem gives a beginner’s guide to celebrating Washington wine month. They also write about Rusty Grape.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Challenger Ridge leaving Woodinville. Shona also writes about upcoming events.
Paul Gregutt says to drink that bottle night every night. He also writes about the passage of SB5259.
WineEYak writes about the new Naches Heights AVA.
Write for Wine gives Washington Wine Month favs.
The Drinks Business writes about chocolate wine.
Table Talk gives a Passport to Woodinville survival guide.
Wine Foot writes about DaMa.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Couvillion.
Wild 4 Washington Wine says pour Washington. William also writes about the Barnard Griffin tasting room remodel, and Forgeron Cellars 2010 Chardonnay.
Cooking Chat writes about Whidbey Island Winery.
Wine Peeps writes about new releases from Fielding Hills.
Witchita Falls Crave writes about Washington wine.
From the locals…
The Puget Sound Business Journal gives strategies for Taste Washington.
The Seattle Times writes about the auctioning of state liquor store rights.
The Olympian writes about the auctioning of state liquor store rights.
Coast Weekend writes about Savor Northwest.
Oregon Live writes about Taste Washington.
The Stranger writes about the clash of the middlemen post-1183.
KNDO writes about the expansion of Barnard Griffin. They also write about a Zillah winery taking part in March Madness.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Argentina’s Malbecs.
Northwest Palate talks with Allen Shoup on the maturation of the Washington wine industry.
The Bellingham Herald writes about people in the Tri-Cities getting into the booze business. They also write about Taste Washington.
Spokane Wine Magazine writes about Cougar Crest.
The Coast River Business Journal announces winners of the Savor Northwest awards.
Seattle Magazine writes about a Washington Wine Month giveaway.
Wenatchee World writes about Jones of Washington. They also write that the winery has been named Washington Winery of the Year by Wine Press NW and about neighbor disputes at Karma Vineyard.
Herald.net writes about Sangiovese.
That’s all folks!
Wow, Sean I don't know how you do this but, as always, it's super coverage of all things WA wine.
I'm sure you'll catch this, but it's a follow-up to the Bloomberg and you're prior reporting on White House wines(kinda). Leonetti and some other WA wine folks make an appearance.