A round-up of stories on Washington wine from March 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator gives 10 hot values from Washington.
From the blogosphere…
Great Wine News makes a Washington wine month stop at Northwest Totem Cellars. They also write about McKinley Springs, Harbinger, and Kestrel.
Great Northwest Wine writes about Seattle Metropolitan Grill introducing a Walla Walla Valley Cabernet. They also write about the Taste Washington seminars, and Taste Washington turning sweet 16. Read their latest wine reviews here.
The Washington Vine writes about the Hudson Shah Cabernet.
Crosscut.com asks whether Initiative 1183 created a liquor shoplifting problem.
Sauced writes about Washington wine for beginners with a shout out to yours truly. Also see a Cabernet circuit itinerary for Taste Washington, a list of unique and unusual wineries, as well as a list of recommended Taste Washington stops from me here.
Write for Wine writes about Taste Washington.
Seattle Kitchen talks with The Metropolian Grill’s Thomas Price about Washington wine.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about a mobile truck for Barking Frog.
WA Wine PR writes about making the most of Taste Washington.
WineEYak writes about Yakima Valley’s superlative Syrahs.
Nectar Wine Blog and Tasting Room writes about the Great Northwest Wine Competition.
Capital Press writes about a Washington bottle maker rising from the ashes.
Examiner.com writes about the best way to experience Taste Washington.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about outlining the business of Washington wine.
The Columbian writes about Walla Walla Community College winning a prize.
Seattle Magazine says hooray for Washington rosé.
The Seattle Times writes about the Walla Walla Community College enology and viticulture program winning a prize for excellence.
Mercer Island Reporter writes about defining new exemptions for private retailers.
The Olympian writes about Drew Bledsoe of Doubleback pushing for changes in Massachusetts wine laws.
That’s all folks!