A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from June 1st to 7th 2015. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The New York Times writes that the drought is bearing fruit for Washington wine.
Wines and Vines writes that Northwest growers are undaunted by the weather.
The Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel writes about a Wisconsin native calling an Oregon winery home.
Shanken Daily News writes about Ponzi Vineyards seeing Oregon Chardonnay on the rise.
Maxim writes about why the Columbia Gorge is America’s hottest wine region.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about the Wine Science Center. They also write about the Wine Science Center honoring Ste. Michelle, Willamette Valley Vineyards investing in SeVein, Northwest wines at the Sunset Wine Competition, and Victor Palencia.
AgInfo.net writes about the new Willamette Valley Vineyards project in Walla Walla.
Equities.com writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2010 Rasa Principia Reserve Syrah.
From the locals…
The Statesman Journal writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards heading to Walla Walla. They also write about the Bjornsons realizing and dream of a winery in the Eola-Amity Hills.
The Yakima Herald writes about Red Mountain’s importance as a wine region.
Good Fruit Grower writes that the industry celebrates WSU’s Wine Science Center.
KGW writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards buying land in Walla Walla.
The News Tribune writes about Northwest sparkling wines. They also write about the Wine Science Center being dedicated to Ste. Michelle.
Eugene Daily News writes about Eola Hills Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Bellingham Herald writes about inexpensive summer reds.
KVEW writes about the new Wine Science Center.
East Oregonian writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards starting a winery in Walla Walla.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Nelms Road getting a new look.
KPIC writes about the dedication of Scott Henry Vineyard.
KNDO writes about the new Wine Science Center.
WSU News writes about the Wine Science Center being dedicated to Ste. Michelle.
The Columbian writes about Clark County wine history.
The Seattle Times writes that 2014 was a good year for Washington whites and roses. They also write about the new Wine Science Center being named for Ste. Michelle.
That’s all folks!