A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from February 15th to February 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Enthusiast Magazine writes about Washington’s Rise of the Rhônes (article co-authored by yours truly).
Wine Spectator writes about more changes at Evening Land.
Wines & Vines writes about the Wine Science Center streamlining its budget.
The Lowell Sun writes that Drew Bledsoe’s 2011 Doubleback is ready for action.
Forbes gives a guide to Portland’s food and wine scene.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Brian Carter Cellars topping a Seattle wine competition. They also write that Whidbey’s Port is part of Washington wine history and Walla Walla Valley.
Paul Gregutt bids farewell to his blog.
The Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2003 Cayuse Impulsivo.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Taste of Washington 2014. They also give a Friday find.
Wine Peeps writes about the 2012 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Unoaked Chardonnay.
WineEyak writes about pruning for the 2014 vintage.
Jameson Fink talks to Table Talk Northwest.
Write for Wine says to get ready for Washington Wine Month!
Table Talk Northwest talks about Walla Walla Valley’s 30th anniversary.
The Capital Press writes that the wine industry raised a record sum at the annual Angel Share Auction.
AgInfo.net writes about the Clore Center.
From the locals…
The News Tribune writes that farm bill money rescues Prosser’s clean plant center.
The Yakima Herald writes about Angel Vine.
The West Seattle Herald writes about Two Brothers.
KPLU writes that Walla Walla winemakers go on tour (with audio).
Seattle Weekly writes ‘It’s National Wine Day: Try Something New!’
The Reflector writes that a Ridgefield winery continues to expand, branch out.
The Oregonian writes about Giradet Cellars.
The Statesman Journal writes about Jim Bernau of Willamette Valley Vineyards being selected for the 2013 First Citizen award.
That’s all folks!
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