A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Harper’s UK talks with Robert Nicholson with mention of mergers and acquisitions in Oregon and Washington in 2013.
From around the country…
St. Louis Dispatch writes about the Chandler Hill Viognier.
The Wall Street Journal writes about Ponzi Vineyards.
The Kansas City Star writes about Pinot Noir from around the world with a shout out to Oregon.
The Democrat Chronicle writes about rooting for Colorado and Washington wines.
Wine Business.com writes about Fidelitas appointing a new general manager.
Shanken Daily News reports that Ste. Michelle posts 5% volume growth for 2013.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Celebrate Walla Walla. They also write about Northwest wineries ready to support the Seahawks, Hamilton Cellars, the Washington State Wine Awards, San Juan Vineyards, and Tsillan Cellars, Sun River Vintners.
Write for Wine writes about Windy Point.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2010 Avennia Parapine.
WA Wine PR asks whether there are really nearly 200 wineries in Woodinville.
Wine Yakima Valley writes about five Yakima Valley wines for Super Bowl Sunday.
Sips & the City writes about Seattle Food & Wine Experience.
From the locals…
The News Tribune writes about the Barnard Griffin rose.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that Tom Waliser was appointed for another term on wine board. They also write that a winery oriented business expands into shipping, The Marc getting a restaurant of the year award, and Celebrate Walla Walla.
The Mail Tribune writes about Costco selling Rogue Red.
The Bellingham Herald says to resolve to drinking value-minded reds. They also write about Port Walla Walla air service, Tri-Cities Visitor & Convention Bureau being honored for its wine efforts, and Gingko Forest Winery.
The Tri-City Herald writes that a California firm will build a rail line from Railex to serve Burbank.
The Herald writes about eight reds that sell for $15 or less.
East Oregonian writes that the oldest vineyard in Milton-Freewater is part of a new movement.
The Bellevue Business Journal writes about the Washington State Wine Awards.
The Yakima Herald writes about Gallo introducing new Columbia wines.
Portland Monthly compares two coastal wine fests.
That’s all folks!