A round-up of stories on Washington wine from May 8th to May 14th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
San Jose Mercury News writes about O Wines.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about a fire destroying a Lake Chelan winery. They also write about Washington vineyards setting up for warm 2013 vintage, fly fishing at Waterbrook Winery, Alan Busacca heading up the Viticulture and Enology program in Walla Walla, and Barnard Griffin celebrating its 30th anniversary. Read recent wine reviews here.
Paul Gregutt writes about Carmenère.
Write for Wine writes about Barrage Cellars.
The Washington Vine says summer is back thanks to Locati Cellars.
Wine Peeps does a challenging wine pairing.
Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman looks at Woodward Canyon’s Artist Series. Catie also gives a Stan Clarke story.
Wild 4 Washington Wine reviews Hamilton Cellars 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon.
Palate Press asks whether there is evidence for terroir.
Eater Seattle writes about the new movie SOMM and talks with the Metropolitan Grill’s Thomas Price.
From the locals…
Wine Press Northwest writes about Walla Walla Community College’s wine program getting a new director.
The News Tribune writes that Seattle’s Rainier Wine delivers high quality at a low price.
The Herald writes about Cabernet Sauvignon.
Oregon Live writes about Gov. Inslee signing a bill that makes it easier for certain businesses to serve alcohol.
The Columbian writes about reaction to new law allowing small, local theaters to sell wine.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Walla Walla wines in Woodinville.
The Wenatchee World writes about sommelier classes.
Seattle Metropolitan gives a weekly wine pick from yours truly.
The Seattle Times writes about Westport Winery’s arboretum.
The Tri City Herald writes about a movie shot in Lower Yakima Valley. They also write about King Cab.
KXLY writes about Spokane wineries celebrating Spring Release.
Western Farm Press writes about Eye of the Needle.
Spokane Journal of Business writes about a Spokane team designing the Wine Science Center.
That’s all folks!
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