A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 15th to 21st 2016. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Decanter writes about Jackson Family purchase Oregon property.
From around the country…
The Minneapolis Star Tribune writes about the Lone Birch Pinot Gris.
The Colorado Springs Gazette gives a callout to the Buty Rediviva of the Stones.
The Augusta Chronicle writes about the Willamette Valley Vineyards Whole Cluster Pinot Noir.
From the blogosphere…
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Grochau Cellars.
Nation’s Restaurant News talks with David Flaherty of the Washington Wine Commission.
Washington Beer Blog writes about Washington’s first winery and brewery under one roof.
Examiner.com writes about the William Grassie Merlot.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about Naches Heights.
Seattle Met writes about the Charles Smith Velvet Devil Merlot.
The Columbian writes about Maryhill. They also write about Willamette Valley Pinot Noir supporting African farmers.
The Spokesman Review writes about Va Piano’s new tasting rooms.
The Yakima Herald writes about Northwest Syrah.
The Santa Rosa Press Democrat writes about Jackson Family purchasing Oregon property.
KPIC talks with Tesoaria Winery.
The Mail Tribune writes about Naumes Crush winemaker living the good life.
KATU writes about an Oregon wine bar closing.
Ashland Tidings says in Oregon vino veritas.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about a new signage project.
That’s all folks!