A round-up of stories on Washington wine from January 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the world…
Edmonton Journal writes about the Kung Fu Girl Riesling (look at that Canadian tariff!).
From around the country…
Shanken News Daily writes that Southern will buy Odom’s stake in distribution venture.
The Chicago Tribune writes about how to pair wine, with a callout to the Eroica Riesling.
From the blogosphere…
Woodinville Wine Update talks with Sherri Swingle about the 25th anniversary of the Auction of Washington Wines.
Paul Gregutt writes about Alaska Airlines’ Take Some of Walla Walla Home with You campaign. He also writes about examining Oregon from afar and Barrister being named a “hot small brand.”
Wine Follow (welcome) writes about how to spit wine. They also write about Pandora Cellars.
Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Alaska Airlines deals to Walla Walla.
Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Airfield’s Hellcat Red Wine and Taste Washington 2012.
Woodinville Patch writes about birth year wines and verticals.
Snowshoe Magazine writes aboue White Pass and enjoying Washington wine at Sitzmark Pub.
AgInfo.net writes about the Wine Grape Growers conference. Read Part II here.
Wine Peeps writes about Rhone-style blends.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Efeste’s upcoming Rockin’ Sips event. They also write about Cana’s Feast.
Table Talk writes about women winemakers. They also write about best meals of 2011.
Eater Seattle writes about Ray’s 25th Annual Retrospective on Northwest Wines.
Nectar Tasting Room and Wine Blog writes about Washington wines at the San Francisco Wine Competition.
Sauced writes about Abeja’s 2008 Heather Hill Cabernet.
Daily Evergreen writes that 1183 leaves local stores in limbo.
From the locals…
The News Tribune writes about Chef Frank Magana returning to wine country.
OregonLive! writes about virtual wineries.
Washington Tasting Room Magazine writes about Tennis and Wine Camp returning Walla Walla.
The Olympian writes that Representative Hunt’s bill to block aspects of 1183 was to show ‘displeasure.’
The Seattle Times writes about House Bill 2426 to block aspects of 1183. They also write that a Cowlitz court will be the first to review a case to block 1183.
The Tri-City Herald writes about the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
Wenatchee World writes about Stemilt Creek.
The Bellingham Herald writes about Mount Baker Vineyards.
East Oregonian writes about wineries pouring money into charitable causes.
Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…
Write for Wine writes about the Ghost of 413.
Under the Grapetree writes about Seven Hills.
That’s all folks!