A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 15th to 21st 2013. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Drinks Business Review writes about Duckhorn making wine in Washington.
China Daily reports that Washington wines gain ground.
From around the country…
The Chicago Tribune writes about reasons to be thankful for Riesling.
The Washington Post recommends three wines for Thanksgiving with a shout out to Washington Riesling.
The Indianapolis Star recommends Red Diamond.
The Anniston Star (Alabama) recommends wines for Thanksgiving.
From the blogosphere…
Paul Gregutt writes about single vineyard wine.
Great Northwest Wine writes about the new Wine Trails of Washington book. They also write about Northwest wines dominating Wine Spectator’s Top 100 list.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Badger Mountain Organic Chardonnay. William also writes about Parejas Cellars, and the Columbia Crest Grand Estates Merlot.
AgInfo.net writes about addressing the Washington wine industry’s needs.
About.com names the L’Ecole No 41 2012 Chenin Blanc its wine of the week.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2006 Cayuse Cailloux Vineyard Syrah.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about three wines for Thanksgiving. They also give a Friday Find.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about DeLille celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Winophilia (Steve Tanzer) writes about other Washington whites.
From the locals…
The Yakima Valley Herald writes about the record harvest. They also write that juice grapes are not enjoying the same abundance as wine grapes.
The Oregonian writes about Avalon Wine moving to Portland.
The Spokesman Review writes about Total Wine opening in Spokane Valley.
That’s all folks!
China Daily, like all media there is state controlled, so it appears that the those in power in China are pro-Washington wine. Take heart.