A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 21st to 30th.
From around the country
Asimov writes in the New York Times about the rise of US Rieslings with callouts to a number of Washington wineries.
Louisiana’s News Star says look to Washington for value with callouts to Hogue and Columbia Crest.
TampaBay.com makes Snoqualmie Syrah their wine of the week.
PR Newswire ranks Yakima Valley as 4th in the country as a wine destination.
From the blogosphere
1 Wine Dude writes about a Wine Opinions piece stating that Cabernet sales are moving from Napa to Washington.
Grape Vine Trail also writes about Charles Smith’s winemaker award.
Paul Gregutt writes about Fielding Hills. He also writes about Reynvaan Family Vineyards, the Wall Street Journal’s ignoring Northwest Chardonnay, Gramercy Cellars, the new Den Hoed project (see bottom of post), and Tempus and Elegante Cellars.
Vinography writes about Cadaretta’s 2006 Cabernet.
About.com writes about Washington wine regions.
The Caveat Emptyer Wine List writes about Bookwalter’s Foreshadow Cabernet.
Wine and Beer of Washington State writes about Three Rivers Winery Syrah.
WAWineMan writes about Robert Ramsay Cellars Syrah.
From the locals
The Tri-City Herald writes about the Den Hoed brothers new wine project.
OPB News writes about eastern Washington vintners moving west.
The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin writes about matching tourism grants in Walla Walla with a callout to Trio Vintners.
KOMO reports on South Seattle Community College’s wine classes overflowing.
The Seattle PI writes about new Page Cellars releases.
That’s all folks!