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REMINDER: November’s virtual tasting will be Monday November 24th. Read more about it here.

A summary of articles from November 15st to 21st on Washington wine.


From around the country…


Bryn Mawr and Haverford College’s Bi-College News writes about Thanksgiving wines with callouts to Ch. Ste. Michelle Riesling and Ice Wine from Vin du Lac.

The San Antonio Express writes about Washington wine with callouts to Col Solare, Ch. Ste. Michelle, Hogue, and Pepper Bridge.

The San Francisco Chronicle writes about wine touring in Washington.


From the blogosphere…


NW Wine Press writes about Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of the year and the “Spectator effect”. Swordfern Wines weighs in as well.

NW Wine Press also reports that Columbia Winery is staying put in Woodinville.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine interviews Erika Strum of Wine Enthusiast.

Daily Wine Tasting reviews Abeja’s 2006 Syrah.

Wine Peeps makes some calls on Thanksgiving wine with callouts to Fielding Hills and Columbia Crest. They also write about Elephant and Boushey Vineyards.

RJ’s wine blog writes about Sleight of Hand.

Graham's Wine Reflections write about Viognier with callouts to Mt. Baker Vineyards and Five Star.



From the locals…


The Tri-City Herald gives a pitch to traveling to wine country for Thanksgiving.

Wenatchee World writes about Northwest Thanksgiving wines. The Bellingham Herald writes on this as well. The Yakima Herald also gets in on this action. The Tacoma News Tribune piles on.

Oregon Live gives Top 20 wine picks with callouts to Chateau Rollat, Gramercy, Hyatt, Long Shadows, Beresan, and K Vintners.

The Yakima Herald follows up on the story of the proposed Naches Heights AVA. They also write about the increased need for trained wine workers due to the explosion of the industry in the state.

The Seattle PI also writes about the proposed Naches Heights AVA in an AP story.

KIMA TV does a story about the new Washington Wine board game from the WineTrails folks.

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