A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from July 15th to July 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The San Jose Mercury News writes about Red Mountain reds.
The Lowell Sun writes that Bledsoe’s on the mark with Doubleback.
Wine Business.com writes about Ben Howe being appointed VP of Operations at King Estate.
From around the blogosphere…
The Wine Economist writes that Walla Walla comes of age.
Great Northwest Wine writes that Marshall Edwards stands behind some of Washington’s largest vineyards. They also write that veraison comes early to Washington wine grapes, Bob Betz reflects on a most interesting life in wine, and Silvan Ridge opening Elizabeth Chambers Cellars.
Jameson Fink writes about getting to know Oregon and Washington Albariño.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes a review of Mackey Vineyards 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley. William also writes about the Chateau Ste. Michelle Cold Creek Vineyard 2012 Riesling Columbia Valley.
Viator writes about Walla Walla wine country.
The Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2012 Efeste Riesling Evergreen Vineyard.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Ashan Cellars: A Washington Chardonnay Focus.
Wine Peeps writes about the 2013 Julia’s Dazzle Rosé.
Wineeyak writes about the next steps for the five vines of the Yakima Valley.
Table Talk Northwest writes about the Auction of Washington Wines.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
From the locals…
The Oregonian writes that climate change pushing wine grapes north and south.
The Spokesman Review writes that Chardonnay is still the state’s favorite wine.
The Seattle Times writes about Cindy Rarick.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Chenin Blanc.
KOMO News writes that local plumbers plead guilty in thoroughly bungled wine heist.
The Mail Tribune writes about Troon.
The Yamhill News Register writes about IPNC.
That’s all folks!