A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 8th to 14th 2012. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
PBS Newshour talks about training students for jobs in the Washington wine industry.
Wines & Vines writes about the purchase of Blackwood Canyon by Michael Corliss.
Shanken Daily News writes about Ste. Michelle Wine Estates purchasing O Wines.
From the blogosphere…
Paul Gregutt asks whether your wines are better off today than they were four years ago. He also writes about Charles Smith’s hidden wine and the 2009 Ellanelle.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the 2010 Angel Vine Primitivo.
Woodinville Patch writes about a blackout at the Bonnie Raitt show at Chateau Ste. Michelle. They also write about Ste. Michelle Wine Estates’ purchase of O Wines.
WA Wine PR writes about Instagram and analytics.
Wanderlust and Lipstick writes about tasting your way through Walla Walla’s restaurants.
Write for Wine writes about Avennia.
Wine and Beer of Washington state writes about BLEND.
Wine Peeps writes about Avennia.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Ghost of 413.
Sauced writes about a Washington v Oregon Riesling smackdown.
Lucha Vino compares a Washington Tempranillo to one from Ribera del Duero.
From the locals…
Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Charles Smith’s new Chardonnay project.
Wenatchee World writes about the beginning of harvest.
The Tri-City Herald writes about the growing North Central Washington wine industry.
Puget Sound Business Journal says that Total Wine has at least ten stores planned for Washington.
The Daily News writes that liquor prices show no signs of coming down.
Western Farm Press gives a sustainability report.
KIMA writes about new winery signs in Yakima Valley.
Seattle Magazine wishes L’Ecole No 41 a happy 30th birthday.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
DogWonderful.com writes about the dog friendly Yakima Valley.
King 5 says the dry spell was good for grapes.
That’s all folks!