A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 22nd to 30th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Ottawa Citizen recommends the Michelle Brut.
From around the country…
The Sacramento Bee writes about Oregon Chardonnay.
Las Vegas Review Journal names Sagelands Cabernet its wine of the week.
Ruidoso News (New Mexico) writes about Oregon’s record harvest.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Paul Champoux’s last harvest. They also write about yours truly, the passing of Bill Powers, Catch the Crush, and Northwest wine country drying out out and warming up.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes that in Washington’s new balance, Woodinville shows the way.
Seattle Eater writes about Charles Smith coming to Georgetown.
Palate Press writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.
Vindulge writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.
Joseph Alapin writes about wine and photography in Walla Walla.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the 2012 Stottle Lucille.
Comm Digi News writes about confusion about the origins of Walla Walla Valley wines (my comments below the article).
Tasting Pour writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.
Write for Wine writes about Taste of Tulalip.
Woodinville Wine Update asks whether volunteers are legal in Washington.
AgInfo.net writes about Oregon’s epic wine grape crop.
From the locals…
KING 5 writes about Washington’s record grape crop.
The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about six Washington wineries named in Top 100 wines in the world.
KVEW TV writes about Wine & Spirits magazine recognizing local wineries.
Seattle Weekly writes about Charles Smith moving to Seattle.
The Stranger writes about Memaloose (NC-17 reading).
The Columbian writes about Oregon’s ‘epic’ harvest.
Portland Business Journal writes about Oregon wineries on Wine & Spirits Top 100 list.
Portland Monthly writes about Northwest wine country weekends.
The Kitsap Sun writes about the Washington grape harvest.
KIMA TV writes about Washington’s expected record harvest.
KOIN writes that local vineyards could have the warmest harvest ever.
The Daily Record News writes about Kittitas County wine.
WSU’s Voice of the Vine writes about the mysterious moods of the wine grape.
That’s all folks!