A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 22nd to June 30th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The LaCrosse Tribune writes about the 14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon 2010.
D Magazine writes about wines of the Northwest.
Sunset Magazine writes about eastern Washington.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Woodinville Wine Country appointing a new director. They also write about medal winners from Walla Walla Valley Wine Competition, Washington’s Hogue Cellars naming a new head winemaker, geologist Kevin Pogue, and Washington wine grape growers dodging unusually wet weather.
Lucha Vino pits Seattle vs. Chelan with an Italian twist.
WineEyak writes about the State Department featuring Treveri Sparkling Rosé for the 4th ofJuly.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Woodinville Wine Country’s new director.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Masset Winery.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about a Friday Find – the L’Ecole Semillon.
Wine Peeps writes about the latest Long Shadows releases.
Curbed Seattle writes about the Seattle-area’s best hotels for wine lovers.
From the locals…
Oregon Public Radio writes that climate change is unlikely to seriously affect Northwest wine.
The Yakima Herald Republic writes about a longtime winemaker going into business for himself.
The Seattle Times introduces their new wine column, The Grapevine.
The Herald.Net writes about 5 favorite Washington rosé wines to enjoy this summer.
The Spokesman Review writes about Total Wine constructing a store in the Spokane Valley.
AgInfo.net writes about advancing winery safety.
CBS writes about Washington and Oregon’s inclusion as top wine destinations.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
The Toronto Star writes about Washington State whites.
WA Wine PR writes about Celebrate Walla Walla.
That’s all folks!