A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from April 8th to 14th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about Larry Stone’s new winery and vineyard.
The Miami Herald recommends the Ponzi Pinot Gris.
The Boston Globe writes about a Washington red that pairs with fish.
The Chicago Tribune writes that Walla Walla makes its case as a wine destination.
Fortune writes about twelve must try New World Pinot Noirs.
The TTB writes about a proposed Lewis-Clarke Valley appellation.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wines writes that Washington and Oregon wine leaders oppose a new proposed appellation rule. They also write about wines from Yakima Valley, Barrister Winery, Oregon Wine Month, and the Oregon wines fly free program.
Snooth talks with Oregon sommelier Pamela Heiligenthal.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Jackalope Cellars.
Write for Wine writes about Taste Washington.
Table Talk Northwest writes about Woodinville Reserve.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2006 Cayuse Camespelo.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about a new Woodinville wine country event.
Vindulge gives a Washington wine photo preview.
The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman writes about Feast Walla Walla.
Oregon Wine Marketing writes about TTB restrictions on wineries and Social Media.
From the locals…
The Press Herald writes about what it means when we talk about old vines.
Eugene Daily News writes about the Kung Fu Girl Riesling.
Seattle Metropolitan gives a weekly wine pick (article by yours truly).
The Seattle Times recommends $10 wines.
The Bellingham Herald writes about the Great Northwest Wine Competition.
Kingston Community News writes about gold for reds.
Good Fruit Grower writes about irrigation effects on wine.
That’s all folks!
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