A round up of stories on Northwest wine from July 8th to July 14th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Time writes that Washington state wine is the new Bordeaux.
Wine Spectator writes about the purchase of Wines of Substance by Charles Smith. They also write about Massachusetts passing a direct shipping law with a push from Drew Bledsoe (Doubleback).
Wine Enthusiast writes about falling in love with wine.
The Chicago Tribune writes about Washington wine.
Shanken Daily News writes about Precept partnering with Gruet.
The Valley Dispatch writes that Drew Bledsoe is on the mark with Doubleback.
The Palm Beach Post does a side by side Syrah showdown with a callout to Amavi Cellars.
Wines & Vines writes about Bookwalter.
Providence Journal writes about Riesling.
From the blogosphere…
Yahoo Travel writes about searching for the perfect Pinot in the Willamette Valley.
The Daily Meal gives Willamette Valley reviews.
Great Northwest Wine writes that Ste. Michelle helps Duckhorn plant at Red Mountain. They also write about Woodward Canyon Winery, DeLille’s Chris Upchurch, Precept partnering with Greut, and Horse Heaven Hills grapes.
Wild 4 Washington Wine reviews the Stottle Winery 2012 Viognier Eldering Vineyard.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Auction of Washington Wines.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes that wine will, wine will, ROCK YOU!
Lucha Vino compares the 2008 OS Winery BSH v. 2008 Chateau D’Escot Medoc.
Wineeyak writes about the Rattlesnake Hills.
Write For Wine writes about Double Canyon.
At the Lip of Your Glass writes about the Lullaby rosé.
From the locals…
The Bellingham Herald writes about Chenin Blanc.
The News Tribune writes about Yakima Valley.
The Issaquah Press writes about Woodinville wine country.
The Union Bulletin writes about Caleb Foster being hired by Bookwalter. They also write about Celebrate Walla Walla.
The Seattle Times writes that men plead guilty in wine heist.
That’s all folks!
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