A round-up of stories on Washington wine from July 8th to July 14th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wines and Vines writes that Washington wine builds on diverse climates.
Harvey Steiman at Wine Spectator writes about Paul Gregutt’s Waitsburg Cellars (Note: Requires subscription).
The Detroit News writes that Buty puts on a show in Washington’s Columbia Valley.
Scoop San Diego reviews L’Ecole 41 2001 Semillon in White or Red.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Washington wine leaders participating in ZINO Society forum, Woodward Canyon skipping its 2010 Dedication Series Cab, a tour of Yakima Valley vineyards, and Washington winemakers, growers riding again for Walter Clore Center.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.
Paul Gregutt writes about Yakima Valley AVA turning thirty. He also writes about the
The Washington Vine writes about Precept’s Radius and PendulumReds,
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Matthews 2012 Blackboard Sauvignon Blanc.
Wine Peeps writes about Buty Winery.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
Write for Wine writes about the Ste. Michelle summer concert series.
WineryLawNorthwest writes about summer in the city.
Examiner.com writes about Walla Walla.
My Northwest.com writes about how a wine club can help you wade through the Pacific Northwest’s 1,100 wineries.
From the locals…
The North Kitsap Herald writes about Riesling.
Seattle Magazine writes about its eighth annual Washington wine awards.
Writing for the Seattle Times, Andy Perdue writes about Riesling Rendezvous.
The News Tribune writes about Maryhill.
Read my weekly wine pick for Seattle Metropolitan here.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that the dry, warm weather bodes well for 2013 wine vintage.
KVEW TV writes about Walla Walla.
The Wenatchee World asks where’s Washington?
The Olympian writes that Total Wine is set to open at the Capital Mall.
The Herald.net writes about five Rieslings worth a rendezvous.
That’s all folks!