A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from March 1st to 7th 2017. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country…
Wine Enthusiast magazine writes about Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen of W.T. Vintners (article by yours truly).
Boston.com reports that Robert Kraft and Tom Brady celebrated with Drew Bledsoe’s wine.
The Kansas City Star writes that Napa isn’t the only place producing great Cabernet.
From the blogosphere…
Wine Searcher.com writes that an Oregon winery puts a premium on transparency.
AgWeb writes about Washington’s record grape production.
Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2007 Cayuse Cailloux Syrah.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about Washington’s record 2016 harvest.
Uncorked Ventures writes about the 2012 Duck Pond Oregon Pinot Noir.
From the locals…
Seattle Weekly writes about the rise of Syrah in Washington State.
The Seattle Times writes that Taste Washington grows better with age.
The Mail Tribune writes about Cowboy Joe’s French winemaking roots.
Capital Press writes about the passing of Terry Flanagan.
The Tri-City Herald writes that a growing number of Northwest wines are outstanding in their field.
The Yakima Herald writes about Washington producing a record crop in 2016. They also write that Wahluke Slope forms the backbone of the Washington wine industry.
The Kitsap Sun writes about finding the right wine amidst Walla Walla’s bounty.
KNDO writes about Washington’s record harvest.
Oregon Live writes about five tasting rooms worth the drive.
Portland Mercury writes about women and wine.
That’s all folks!