A round up of stories on Washington wine from April 8 to April 14. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The Western Farm Press reports on the quest for the perfect wine serving temperature.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine looks at Yakima Valley’s violent, fascinating geological past. They also show why cab is king in Washington wine country, writes about Yakima’s geological past, and uncover how Fidelitas’ Charlie Hoppes refines Red Mountain focus. Read their latest wine reviews here.
Wine for Normal People writes about a trip to Woodinville.
Wine Life Radio talks about Washington wine.
Lucha Vino brings to the ring Washington Graciano v. Navarra.
The Washington Vine writes about the Desert Wind Viognier.
Writing for Seattle Metropolitan’s Sauced blog, I write about Kevin White Winery.
Plum Deluxe writes about Washington wine.
From the locals…
The Columbian reports that the Washington House OKs wine and beer at spas, theaters.
The Spokesman-Review said Small theaters get Senate’s approval to sell beer, wine.
KNDU TV NBC Yakima, Tri-Cities, Walla Walla and Hermiston writes that student interest growing in wine industry and scholarships.
The Everett Daily Herald talks about Seven Falls in wine label a nod to river’s history.
The Seattle Times writes about a legal way for 18-year-olds to taste alcohol (and learn).
The News Tribune writes that expanded access to liquor raises questions about consequences.
The Bellingham Herald writes about some of the best wines from Taste Washington.
Kitsap Sun writes about Taste Washington.
That’s all folks!