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A summary of articles from May 15th to May 31st on Washington wine.

For your reading pleasure, the June/July issue of WINO Magazine is out.


From around the country…


The San Francisco Chronicle writes about Semillon with a callout to O’Shea Scarborough.

Indiana’s JCOnline writes about Washington wine.

Wine Spectator
writes about Gorman Winery.

Entrepreneur
writes about Bunnell Family Cellars.


From the blogosphere…


Vinography
writes about the Taste of Washington.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine
writes about Waterbrook and Walla Walla Wine Works. They also write about I Drink Your Wine.

Amyrootvik.com writes
about Ashley Trout.

Wine Peeps
writes about Forgeron’s winemaker Marie-Eve Gilla. They also write about the Lake Chelan AVA, and bottling at Fielding Hills.

Swordfern Wines
writes about a brief stop in Walla Walla. They also write about Morrison Lane’s 2005 Cinsault.

Beyond the Bottle
writes about Paul Gregutt’s new blog site. Beyond the Bottle also goes to Walla Walla and writes about Mannina, Zerba, Adamant Cellars, Kontos, Dunham, Otis Kenyon, and Saviah. BTB also writes about Kyra’s 2007 Chenin Blanc and Sleight of Hands 2007 Gewurztraminer.

Washington Wine
writes about Washington sangria. They also write about Pacific Rim Winery.

Wine Foot
writes about Sweet Valley Wines and tries a $100 California wine alongside a $100 Washington wine.

Gregutt writes about Sleight of Hand and Maison Bleue, Rasa Vineyards, Vintage Walla Walla, Cadence’s 2007 Coda, àMaurice, Grand Rêve Vintners.

Wine Press Northwest
writes about Fidelitas’ estate vineyard on Red Mountain. They also write about the slow Spring in wine country.

I Drink Your Wine
looks at Kestrel Vintners. They also write about DavenLore Winery and Elegante Cellars.

Washington Wine Guy
checks out Soos Creek’s 2005 Artist Series.

One Rich Wine Guy
writes about Garrison Creek and Stella Fino.

Vinagoth
writes about Beresan’s Carmenere.

WINO
writes about Gorman’s Pixie, Darby’s Le Deuce, Smasne, and syrah.


From the locals…


The Tri-City Herald writes about recent changes in wine laws. They also write about the continuing battle over the word chateau. The AP also writes about the war over words.

Woehler
at the Tri-City Herald writes about K Vintners.

Wenatchee World
writes about Waterbrook’s new facility. They also write about the Lake Chelan AVA.

The Seattle Times writes about a recent trip to the area by representatives of Hong Kong. The times also writes about unusual varietals coming out of Washington as well as about Merlot.

The Examiner.com writes about Wine Trails of Washington. They also write about the new Lake Chelan AVA.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about changes to the Wine Alliance board.


That’s all folks!

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