A round-up of stories on Washington wine from April 8th to 14th 2012. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Las Vegas Review-Journal writes about Covey Run Riesling.
Fox Business says forget pairing wine and chocolate; drink chocolate wine.
From the blogosphere…
Jameson Fink writes about tasting 58 Washington Syrahs.
Paul Gregutt gives a first look at the 2010 Cayuse wines.
Seattle Crosscut.com writes about a year of making due with no tourism budget.
Table Talk writes about Taste Washington roses.
AgInfo.net writes about wine grape scholarships. They also write about state funding for the wine science center.
Wine and Beer of Washington State writes about wineries opening a warehouse district in Kirkland.
Technorati writes about the Hot to Trot Red Wine.
WineEYak writes about spring barrel tasting in Yakima Valley.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Woodinville Wine Shuttle. Shona also writes about new tasting rooms in Kirkland.
Lucha Vino compares a Washington Bordeaux-style blend to a Bordeaux.
Woodinville Patch writes about more tasting rooms opening in Woodinville.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Waters Winery. William also writes about Whitestone Vineyard and Winery and Vin du Lac.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Taste Washington coming to Portland.
Wine Peeps writes about the Brian Carter Cellars Abracadabra. They also write about Passport to Woodinville.
From the locals…
The Bellingham Herald writes about Chardonnay.
Seattle Metropolitan writes about the Washington Wine Commission’s new Executive Director.
Seattle Magazine writes about the 10 best new Washington wines of 2012. They also write about Taste Washington whites.
Seattle Times writes an editorial about privatized liquor sales beginning June 1.
The Bellingham Herald writes that 1183 may change the way the world operates. They also write about the Tri-Cities wine center getting state funding.
Tri-Cities Journal of Business writes about the expansion of Washington wine.
Mercer Island Reporter writes about Lodmell Cellars.
Kirkland Reporter writes about Zero One Vintners.
Seattle Weekly writes about the jimgermanbar.
The Olympian writes that Tumwater will stick with seven liquor stores post-1183.
Port Townsend Leader writes about liquor stores in flux.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Thurston Wolfe Winery turning 25.
KVEWTV writes about state funding for the wine science center.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Wines & Vines writes about an increase in plantings on Red Mountain.
Vinotology writes about Taste Washington.
That’s all folks!
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