A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 1st to 7th, 2016. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Enthusiast interviews Michael Savage of Savage Grace (interview by yours truly).
Wine Spectator tastes a 12-year vertical of Quilceda Creek.
Wines and Vines writes that cooler weather promises a photo finish in the Pacific Northwest.
From the blogosphere…
Washington Wine Blog writes about Rasa Vineyards.
The Huffington Post writes that David Adelsheim promises the best is yet to come for Oregon.
Great Northwest Wine writes about how an interned American helped Washington’s wine industry. They also write about Powers adding a Marquette, give a guide to Bainbridge Island wineries, the vintage cooling down in the Pacific Northwest, Chardonnay gaining strength in Washington, and Betz Family launching Quinta Essentia.
Wine Searcher writes about the most expensive non-Californian wines in the US.
Wild 4 Washington Wine gives an end of summer update.
Uncorked Adventures writes about Charles Smith.
From the locals…
The Spokesman Review writes that people would vote differently now on privatizing liquor sales.
The Seattle Times writes about winemakers trucking grapes.
Puget Sound Business Journal gives a guide to top Washington wineries.
The Tri-City Herald writes about finding your wine buying threshold.
Vail Daily News writes about Sineann.
Capital Press writes that 2015 was a record year for Oregon grapes.
That’s all folks!