A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about the sale of Seven Hills Winery.
Minnesota Monthly writes about Washington wine at the Minnesota Food & Wine Experience.
San Antonio Current writes about rogue reds.
The North Bay Business Journal writes about the purchase of Seven Hills Winery by Crimson Wine Group.
Drinks Business Review writes about the purchase of Seven Hills Winery.
From the blogosphere…
I’ll Drink to That talks with Greg Harrington of Gramercy Cellars (highly recommended listen).
Great Northwest Wine writes about Crimson Wine Group purchasing Seven Hills Winery. They also write about Sagemoor purchasing Gamache Vineyard, small Washington wineries asking the state for a tax break, Oregon Tempranillo producers gathering in Ashland, Castillo de Feliciana,
Huffington Post writes about Raptor Ridge.
Washington Wine Blog writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards.
Eater writes about the difference between Old World and New World wine, with a callout to Spring Valley.
Wagon Wine writes about Oregon Syrah.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2010 EFESTE Merlot.
From the locals…
Seattle Metropolitan picks the Chateau Ste Michelle Indian Wells Cabernet for its weekly wine pick (article by yours truly).
The Columbian writes about Willamette Valley Pinot Noir supporting African farmers.
The Union Bulletin writes about Walla Walla’s record breaking air travel.
Ashland Daily Tidings writes about Tempranillo taking center stage in Southern Oregon.
KGW writes about Wine Spectator putting Oregon on the cover.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Sagemoor purchasing Gamache Vineyard.
The Mail Tribune writes that Southern Oregon wine could bring tourists.
That’s all folks!