A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from March 1st to 7th 2015. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
D Magazine says to drink Oregon Chardonnay.
Shanken Daily News writes about 14 Hands partnering with the Kentucky Derby to make a limited edition red blend.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about Seven Hills Vineyard. They also write about Savor Cannon Beach, the Oregon wine industry honoring viticultural pioneers, and the Oregon Wine Board announcing the most wine friendly restaurants.
The Wine Economist writes about Eyrie Vineyards.
Write for Wine gives an update on Taste Washington and Washington Wine Month.
Table Talk Northwest writes to come to Yakima to eat what they grow.
Seattle Refined gives a 101 on Washington wine.
Wagon Wine writes about Owen Roe.
The Examiner writes about the 2010 C.R. Sandidge Caris.
AgInfo.net writes that the Oregon wine industry emerges as an outsized ag force.
From the locals…
Oregon Wine Press writes about The Rocks District. They also write about archiving Oregon, native truffles and Oregon wine, vintage variation at Adelsheim, Sweet Cheeks Winery, Bordeaux inspired wines, California and Oregon retailers, and Oregon wine top honors.
The Seattle Times writes about the Wine Science Center.
The Statesman Journal writes that the off-season is the perfect time to visit wine country. They also write about the Joel Palmer House being honored at the Oregon Wine Symposium and Chardonnay.
KGW does a video segment about farmers gearing up for a challenging growing season.
The Yakima Herald writes that state tourism wants the legislature’s help in brand building.
Woodinville Weekly writes about recent developments in the Woodinville Village.
Portland Monthly writes about the latest Oregon wine news.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about L’Ecole releasing an old-school blend.
Eugene Daily News writes about the Silvan Ridge Viognier.
Seattle Weekly gives the best of Seattle Wine and Food Experience.
KVEW TV writes that March is Washington wine month.
That’s all folks!