Seattleites, I will be on Table Talk radio 1150 AM 8-9am today, Wednesday, talking about Washington wine. Listen in!
A round-up of stories on Washington wine from July 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Milwaukee Mag writes about Washington Rosé.
From the blogosphere…
Jameson Fink writes about judging Washington wine at the The Boeing Winemakers Club.
Paul Gregutt writes about native yeast fermentations.
Wine Peeps writes about Kerloo Cellars.
Reininger Winery writes about where the cost comes from in Walla Walla wine.
Woodinville Patch writes about food trucks at wine tastings.
Lucha Vino writes about a Washington rose compared to one from Provence.
Sauced writes about the wine keg craze.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming Woodinville events.
The Washington Vine writes about the Mercer Estates Riesling.
Jacksonville Wine Guide writes about the Willow Crest Pinot Gris.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2011 Guardian Angel.
Kenton Wines writes about Walla Walla.
WineEYak writes about Wineglass Cellars.
Crosscut says that pests are welcome in the vineyard.
Supply Demand Chain Executive writes about Railex and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates creating a temperature controled, rail based transportation system.
Wine Foot writes about the Naches Heights Riesling.
Examiner.com writes about Wedge Mountain Winery.
Cornichon writes about our neighbors to the east in Idaho.
Ship Compliant writes about Washington simplifying taxes for wineries.
Lavelle Vineyards writes about Red Mountain.
From the locals…
The Tri-City Herald writes about an $18M wine storage distribution center being built near Wallula for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.
Voracious writes about Sean Boyd of Rotie Cellars.
KUOW writes about rail shipping expansion.
The Olympian writes that a drought in the U.S. could be a book for Washington farmers.
Wenatchee World writes that vineyards are expanding.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Spokane Wine Magazine writes about Latah Creek.
That’s all folks!