Catching up, a round-up of stories on Northwest wine from May 22nd to May 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
San Luis Obispo Tribune writes that Syrah puts down roots in Washington state.
Stark Insider writes that one in ten west coast wineries are likely to sell in the next ten years.
Wine Spectator writes about Archery Summit bringing in a new team.
Parade names the Waters Winery 2012 Forgotten Hills Syrah as its wine of the week.
Growing Produce writes that the path to a viticulture degree is paved in Washington.
From around the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about aromatic whites and the beauty of the Puget Sound AVA. They also write about the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center opening in Prosser.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Destination Woodinville Saturday Wine Tour.
The Zinfandel Chronicles gives Washington rosé recommendations.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Barrel 42.
My Northwest writes about Passing Time.
Wine Searcher writes about Dan Marino and Damon Huard’s Passing Time Winery.
Write For Wine writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Summer Concert Series.
Wineeyak writes that Yakima Valley brings the heat for photosynthesis.
Table Talk Northwest writes about Swiftwater Cellars.
I’ll Drink to That talks with terroirist Kevin Pogue.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes weird year, good wine. They also write about Dan Marino and Damon Huard teaming up to produce fine Washington wine.
The Yakima Herald writes about value reds for summer enjoyment. They also write about the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center’s grand opening.
The Spokesman Review writes that the Northwest excels at crisp Pinot Gris.
The Oregonian writes that the sale of Oregon wineries is hitting record numbers. They also write about Jackson Family naming a new management team for Gran Moraine Winery.
The Herald writes about picnic wines.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about luxury camping at the Walla Walla airport.
KPLU talks about what Northwest wine experts are drinking at their holiday BBQs.
WSU News writes about wine science and ag students completing their studies.
That’s all folks!