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A round up of stories on northwest wine from June 1st to June 7th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The Napa Valley Register writes about Pritchard Hill winemaker Todd Alexander heading north to Force Majeure.
Men’s Journal writes about the rise of Oregon’s canned wine empire.
Business Week writes about Archery Summit hiring Tim Scott to manage its Oregon vineyards.
Today writes about great American wine buys from coast to coast.
The San Francisco Chronicle writes about Oregon grocers dropping a privatization measure.
Slate writes wine in a can: it exists, and it’s not bad.
From around the blogosphere…
1 Wine Dude writes about Cayuse Vineyards.
Great Northwest Wine writes that Seattle Wine Awards digs for gold. They also write that Eroica Gold is worth double gold in New York, NFL legend Marino, Husky great Huard team up for Passing Time, and the elegance of Oregon Pinot Noir.
WineEyak writes about Cabernet Sauvignon vine in bloom at DuBrul Vineyard.
Wine Searcher.com writes about 10 things every wine lover should know about Domaine Serene.
The Wine Economist writes that the wine world comes to Walla Walla.
Jameson Fink talks wine with Madeline Puckette.
Table Talk writes about the McKinley Springs Bombing Range Red.
My Northwest.com asks whether liquor privatization has brought negative consequences.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes that 2012 reds are off to a stellar start.
The North Kitsap Herald writes that the Wahluke Slope is the backbone of the state’s wine industry.
The News Tribune says get to know your local Pinot Gris.
The Capital Press writes that new Clore center touts Washington wines.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about a new production and storage facility for Waters Winery.
That’s all folks!