A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from February 22nd to 28th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Manila Standard writes about winery concerts with a shout out to Chateau Ste. Michelle.
Decanter writes about changes at Evening Land Vineyards.
China Post writes about Washington wine.
From around the country…
The News-Press recommends Northwest wines.
The Los Angeles Times recommends the McKinlay Pinot Noir.
The Sacramento Bee picks up a press release about a Horse Heaven Hills land auction.
The Gazette News writes that hidden gems exist in Oregon.
Forbes writes about how to win at wine without losing your shirt.
San Antonio Express writes about visiting Oregon.
Wine Spectator writes that (in fourth bullet point entry) red blotch poses a new threat to Washington vineyards.
From the blogosphere…
Wine Folly writes about the Missoula Floods.
Great Northwest Wine writes about Desert Wind Winery. They also write about a second generation joining Woodward Canyon Winery, Washington Malbec, Alex Sokol Blosser taking over winemaking responsibilities at Sokol Blosser, and Herb Quady leaving Troon.
Palate Press writes about Oregon Chardonnay (good read).
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the 2010 Avennia Sestina.
Huffington Post writes about climate change forcing the beverage market to adapt with a shout out to Long Shadows (Note: wines from Long Shadows are not all from the same vineyard as this article suggests or from the same ‘estate’ as the linked article says).
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events. Shona also writes about Maison DeLille opening in Kirkland March 1st.
Wine Peeps writes about Open That Bottle Night 2014.
Sips and the City writes about Seattle Wine & Food Experience.
Jameson Fink asks ‘Can Mourvèdre from Washington State Compete With France?’
Table Talk Northwest announces the results of its first annual wine awards.
WineEyak writes about three Yakima wineries to follow on Instagram.
The Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2009 Sleight of Hand Funkadelic Syrah.
From the locals…
The Seattle Time writes about Idaho wine.
The Register-Guard says to look for other grapes to supplant Pinot Noir as Oregon’s climate warms.
The Statesman Journal writes about Oregon Chardonnay coming into its own.
Oregon Live writes about the Elk Cove Rose. They also write about changes at Sokol Blosser and what we’ll be drinking in the future.
The Tri-City Herald writes about board elections at the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers.
Capital Press writes that direct-to-consumer is key for Oregon. They also write about distributors’ advice for Oregon winemakers and Red Blotch.
KGW writes about a new app for Oregon winemakers.
KPLU writes about the Walla Walla Valley’s 30th birthday.
The Yakima Herald writes about Whidbey’s Port.
OPB News writes about milestones in the Northwest wine industry.
The Union Tribune writes that spring marches on after moisture-impaired February. They also write that Woodward Canyon’s new addition carries on a legacy.
The Whitman Pioneer writes about wineries offering opportunities for student musicians.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Horse Heaven Hills land to be auctioned. They also write about Whatcom wineries producing notable reds and whites.
That’s all folks!
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