A round-up of stories on Washington wine from March 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
Buckle your seatbelts. This week’s round-up is a long one.
From around the country…
The Anchorage Daily News writes about Eye of the Needle’s Little Italy.
The Washington post writes about Taste Washington expanding to two days.
The Cape Gazette writes that women deserve all the credit as wine pioneers.
Wines & Vines writes that the sale of Cave B has been deferred. They also write about landowners envisioning Walla Walla Valley vineyards.
The Chicago Tribune writes about the worth of wine, with a callout to Columbia Crest.
From the blogosphere…
The Good Pour writes about Saviah Cellars.
Woodinville Patch writes about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
Enumclaw Patch writes about retailers lining up for liquor licenses.
Jameson Fink writes about ten wineries not to miss at Taste Washington. Read part two here. He also writes about the Hedges Rose.
Wine and Beer of Washington State writes about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
Paul Gregutt writes about Maison Bleue.
Weekly Volcanoe writes about Washington cideries.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the upcoming event Oregon Unwine’d. They also write about 509 Wines.
The Post Intelligencer asks whether Washington could become a center for cider.
Mercer Island Patch writes about the best way to do a wine event. They also write that a rose is not a rose.
Under the Grape Tree writes about J Bookwalter.
Lucha Vino compares a Washington Tempranillo versus Catalunya.
The Daily Evergreen writes that I-1183 can hurt small businesses.
Wine Peeps writes about 2008 Bordeaux-style blends. They also write about the 2010 Mercer Estates Pinot Gris.
WineEYak writes about Southhard Winery.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events in Woodinville.
Wild 4 Washington Wine catches up on a week of wine. William also reviews Columbia Crest’s Two Vines Cabernet, the Vin du Lac Red Café, and McKinley Springs Bombing Range Red.
MyNorthwest.com writes about the expansion of Taste Washington.
The Grower writes that Washington seeks to develop a hard cider culture.
Write for Wine writes about Washington wine going to South Korea.
Seattle Eater writes about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
The Wine Economist asks, “Where’s Washington wine?”
From the locals…
Seattle Weeekly writes about Eric Dunham of Dunham Cellars (good read). They also write about El Corazon.
The Seattle Times writes that the Supreme Court will hear the I-1183 lawsuit.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about group tastings.
The Kitsap Sun writes about the owners of Kitsap Red Apple dropping out of an I-1183 suit. They also write about BevMo coming to Washington.
The News Tribune writes about BevMo heading to Washington. They also write about Adriatic Grill receiving a Washington Wine Restaurant Award.
Wenatchee World writes that Karma Vineyards can keep hosting weddings.
Wine Press NW writes about the results of the Savor NW Wine Competition.
Kirkland Reporter writes that more than 20 Kirkland locations will sell spirits after June 1st.
The Yakima Herald writes that 47 Yakima County businesses have applied for liquor licenses.
The Bellingham Herald writes about area businesses seeking liquor licenses. They also write about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
KMGI writes about an explosion of liquor store applications.
WSU writes about research showing that fruit and wine quality are not affected by grafting.
KVEW TV writes about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Alaska Airlines cutting back on flights to Walla Walla.
The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about the 2012 Washington Wine Restaurant Awards.
Stanwood Camano News writes about Washington Public Market.
CBS Seattle gives a preview of Taste Washington.
The Herald writes about Walla Walla Valley Syrah.
Northwest Cable News writes that the bidding war is heating up for local liquor stores.
Seattle Magazine writes about what you learn about Washington wine in a smoke filled back room.
Oregon Live! writes about a group fighting to keep Washington tourism on the radar screen after the closing of the state’s tourism office.
That’s all folks!
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