A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Jamaica The Gleaner writes about Washington wine.
The Toronto Sun writes about Charles & Charles.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about Drew Bledsoe’s Doubleback. They also write about Charles Smith planting his flag in Seattle and Derek Jeter carrying around Oregon Pinot Noir.
The San Francisco Chronicle writes that it’s been a sweet but tricky year for Washington reds.
The St. Helena Star writes about Duckhorn debuting its Washington State Cabernet.
The Santa Rosa Press writes about Jackson Family Wines lauching a new Burgundy wine division.
The Colorado Gazette writes about Merlot.
The New York Times writes about Central Washington.
The Wisconsin Gazette writes about NXNW.
Fortune writes about Barbara Banke of Jackson Family.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes that harvest is in full swing. They also write all hail king Cabernet, Chateau Ste. Michelle’s new tools, Brian Carter Cellars, the 30 day forecast, and Rajat Parr leading the Oregon Chardonnay Symposium.
One girl, one glass writes about Woodinville.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the Betz Family Release party.
Lucha Vino writes about a Washington Tinto vs. Rioja.
From the locals…
At Seattle Metropolitan, an article by yours truly on creating the annual Top 100 Washington wines list. Also, a look at top whites $25 and under and $15 and under.
The Bellingham Herald writes about an early harvest at Canoe Ridge.
The Oregonian writes about a Portland wine list that breaks all the rules.
The News Tribune writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle.
The Yakima Herald writes about the projected record harvest.
Inlander writes about Patit Creek. They also write about Nectar Wine & Beer coming to Kendall Yards.
The Spokesman Review writes about Jones of Washington.
The Seattle Times writes about Red Willow Vineyard.
That’s all folks!
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