A belated round up of stories on Washington wine from March 15th to March 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
The Drinks Business.com writes that Oregon is on the verge of something exciting.
From around the country…
Fox Business.com writes about Starbucks expanding its wine sales.
Forbes writes about wines with an Irish soul with a callout to Two Mountain Winery.
The LA Times writes about the Broadley Vineyards Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir.
The Orange Coast writes about the 2012 Owen Roe The Kilmore Pinot Noir.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about 14 Hands Winery opening in Prosser. They also write about Walla Walla Valley wine legends gathering for a celebration, Ste. Michelle becoming the U.S. importer for Spain’s top winery, Cabernet Sauvignon, Oregon winemaker trading cards, and Elk Cove purchasing a 69-acre vineyard.
Grape Collective writes about EFESTE’s Upright Merlot. They also write about Gamay in the Columbia Gorge.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about exploring Pinot Noir beyond the Willamette Valley.
The Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the Quilceda Creek Spring 2014 Release Party. Tom also writes about the 2007 Force Majeure Collaboration Series III and 2007 Betz Family Syrah La Côte Rousse.
WA Wine PR gives Taste Washington recommendations.
Wine Peeps writes about 2007 Washington Cabernet Sauvignon revisited.
Lucha Vino compares a Washington GSM Blend vs. Chateauneuf du Pape.
Wineeyak writes about five vines in the Yakima Valley appellation.
Best of New Orleans.com writes about the J. Daan Rouge.
Table Talk Northwest writes about Taste Washington seminars.
Straight.com writes about wine growers in Portland.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about Walla Walla Valley’s 30th anniversary.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Rhone blends.
The Olympian writes that beer and wine legislation brings change to farmers markets.
The Yakima Herald writes that Governer Inslee to sign law expanding sale of wine in growlers.
The Everett Herald writes that white wines have a vital role in Washington.
KOMOnews.com writes about Washington Wine Month. They also write about an Oregon winery selling wine in a can.
The News Tribune writes about 14 Hands opening a tasting room.
Oregon Live writes about Elk Cove purchasing Goodrich Road Vineyard. They also write about Devision Wines and five things to get you through the week until wine season in Washington County.
KXL FM writes about the Travel Channel featuring Oregon wines.
Boise Weekly writes about Pinot Gris.
Seattle Weekly writes about the Two Vintners Syrah.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about the Walla Walla Valley’s early days.
KULR News writes about TRIDEC plans to attract the wine industry in Washington.
That’s all folks!
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