A round-up of stories on Washington wine from December 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wines & Vines writes about Duckhorn’s Canvasback winery on Red Mountain.
Shanken News Daily writes about Deutsch and Precept partnering on a restaurant focused Washington wine brand. They also write about Duckhorn purchasing a vineyard on Red Mountain and small retailers seeking redress again pricing pressure by big chains.
Greenville Online writes about the Tamarack DuBrul Vineyard Reserve.
From the blogosphere…
Paul Gregutt interviews Duckhorn’s President and CEO about their vineyard purchase on Red Mountain (good read).
Great Northwest Wine writes about Duckhorn purchasing 20 acres on Red Mountain. They also write about Two Vines becoming its own winery and using California grapes, Lemberger’s long slide into oblivion, and Maryhill.
Wild 4 Washington Wine talks about gifts for the wine lover.
About.com recommends the Kung Fu Girl Riesling.
Wine Peeps writes about Michelle.
The Daily Meal gives unusual wine picks from the Northwest.
From the locals…
Wine Press NW writes about St. Michelle opening Two Vines as a stand alone winery.
The Bellingham Herald says that it’s a great time to splurge on wine.
The Herald says that local wine, beer, and spirits make for tasty gifts. They also write about 11 gifts for wine lovers.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that Amavi and Pepper are adding a new national sales manager.
The News Tribune recommends wine books for holiday gifts.
WSU News writes about a student-made wine label.
Portland Business Journal writes about Columbia Distributing solving its space issues.
That’s all folks!