A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 22nd to 30th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Torontoist writes about what Ontario wineries can learn from Oregon.
The Yorkshire Post writes about how a winery on a Seattle industrial estate is making a name for itself.
Cayman Compass writes that Oregon wines offer character and distinction.
From around the country…
Wine Enthusiast writes about white Pinot Noir.
Cleveland Jewish News writes that Willamette Valley offers world class wine.
Wines and Vines writes about harvest in Southern Oregon.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes about SuLei Cellars. They also write about Leonetti paying tribute it its Italian roots, Kyle MacLachlan’s Pursued by Bear, Snoqualmie getting greener with new eco-capsules, and Prosser mourning two winery owners.
Eater writes about Seattle wine bars.
The Daily Meal writes about Oregon’s best urban wineries.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2010 Force Majeure Collaboration Series VI.
Lucha Vino compares a Washington Tempranillo to Rioja.
Uncorked Ventures writes about the Owen Roe Sharecropper and Washington Cabernet.
From the locals…
Seattle Metropolitan makes the Chateau Ste Michelle Dry Riesling its wine pick (article by yours truly).
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about a new eatery opening at the former Pastime.
Capital Press writes that the first phase of a large winery nears completion.
The Bend Bulletin writes that Washington’s glacial hill produces outstanding Cabernet and Syrah.
KOBI writes that wine harvest is underway in Southern Oregon.
KEPRTV writes that Benton City is expected to be a major contributor to a record harvest.
The Columbian writes about Jacquot Farm and Vineyard.
The Tri-City Herald writes about Prosser reeling from two winemaker deaths. They also write about finding affordable Pinot Noir and the Port of Kennewick staying local to build a wine village.
Seattle Weekly writes about the long and wining road.
The Yakima Herald writes about two industry leaders passing away.
That’s all folks!