A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 22nd to 31st 2017. Read previous round-ups here.
From the blogosphere…
Great Northwest Wine writes that wine will be bigger than wheat. They also write about the state of Riesling and a bill that would ease laws on alcohol at movies.
Washington Wine Blog writes about the Rocks District website.
Write for Wine wishes a happy 50th anniversary to Chateau Ste Michelle. Margot also writes about Taste Washington celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Zinfandel Chronicles tastes the 2003 Quilceda Creek Cabernet Sauvignon.
Lucha Vino writes about a Washington intrastate tempranillo throwdown.
Lines on Wines talks with Andrew Wilson of Goose Ridge.
From the locals…
Seattle Magazine talks with Charles Smith (great read).
The Seattle Times writes that Chateau Ste Michelle’s old vines find new success.
The News Tribune writes about Tempranillo.
The Mail Tribune writes about Southern Oregon accumulating medals.
KVEW TV writes that the Kennewick Wine Village project is under a snow delay.
The Tri-City Herald writes that Washington winemakers showcase the diversity of Riesling.
The Yakima Herald Republic writes that Riesling remains an overlooked gem in Oregon.
The Yakima Herald writes about Yakima Valley College’s winery program.
That’s all folks!
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