A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from April 22nd to 30th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes that Washington red develop a bite.
The Cape Gazette writes that Oregon wines can suit any palate.
San Diego Reader writes about Buty’s Beast.
Las Vegas Review-Journal writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.
Argus Leader writes about taking a wine tasting trip to Washington.
From the blogosphere…
Washington Wine Blog interviews Andrew Januik. Owen also writes about Novelty Hill and Januik.
Great Northwest Wine writes that Marcus Notaro builds a Red Mountain/Napa Valley connection. They also write about Prosser’s Wit Cellars, Smasne and Tudor purchasing the former Olsen facility, Powers holding a renewable energy farm walk, and King Estate seeking to be the largest biodynamic vineyard in the US.
BK Wine Magazine writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.
Ship Compliant writes that the Oregon wine market is more than Pinot Noir.
AgInfo.net writes about the Lewis-Clark Valley AVA.
Around the O writes that Oregon geologists dish up new dirt on wine.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
From the locals…
The Seattle Times writes about McCrea and Cuneo Cellars.
Seattle Metropolitan gives a rose roundup (article by yours truly).
The Idaho Statesman writes about the Lewis Clark AVA.
KOIN 6 writes that wineries are losing their local flavor.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Amy Alvarez-Wampfler and Victor Palencia.
KAPP TV writes that thousands are expected for spring release.
Capital Press writes about the Lewis-Clark AVA.
The Mail Tribune writes about happenings in Southern Oregon wine country.
Oregon Live writes that May is Oregon Wine Month.
Oregon Wine Press writes about Hazelfern Cellars.
The Statesman Journal writes about Oregon rose.
Lake Oswego Review writes that Dobbes celebrates a 30-year crush.
The Yakima Herald writes that Syrah still shines.
Good Fruit Grower writes about Cabernet clones.
That’s all folks!
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