A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from February 1st to 14th 2017. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
The San Diego Entertainer writes about Washington wine.
Wine Spectator writes about Oregon values. They also write about Tenet Wines. Meanwhile Tim Fish writes about new adventures in Washington and Oregon and the magazine announces that Tim Fish will cover Washington and Oregon.
Buffalo News writes about a wine trip to Walla Walla.
Quad Cities On-line writes about 12 Oregon wines that proved the 50 year gamble paid off.
Wines and Vines writes about uncertainty for the Washington wine industry. They also write that Willamette Valley Vineyards expands in Walla Walla.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes that Red Mountain turns more green than red. They also write about the renaming of Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers and Walla Walla building on its reputation as a wine destination.
Wine Folly writes about 18 Washington wines to freak out about.
Vine Pair writes about why you should be drinking wine from Oregon and Washington.
Write for Wine writes about Lauren Ashton.
From the locals…
The Everett Herald writes about Quilceda Creek.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Riesling.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that the frigid winter nips at valley vineyards.
The Yakima Herald writes about the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers changing its name. They also write about Tempranillo.
Capital Press writes about Washington grape growers rebranding.
The News Tribune writes about Cabernet.
Portland Business Journal writes about Tim Fish taking over coverage of Oregon for Wine Spectator.
King 5 writes that winemakers disagree on selling growlers.
That’s all folks!