Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Washington Wine Round-up May 15th to May 21st 2013

A round-up of stories on Washington wine from May 15th to May 21st.Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country...

Wine Spectator writes that a wine Investment group makes big moves in the Pacific Northwest.

The Washington Examiner writes about blind tasting Washington wines.

Bloomberg writes about Bacchus boosting its wine holdings with DeLille and Panther Creek.

San Diego City Beat tells A tale of two twist-offs: the 2012 Babich and the 2011 Fish House.

MarketWatch reports on the 4th Riesling Rendezvous.

Shanken Daily News writes about Precept Wines driving growth.


From around the blogosphere...

Great Northwest Wine writes that Northwest restaurants, wineries welcome Copper River salmon. They also write about a San Francisco firm buys Panther Creek, invests in DeLille and the wine industry extending Lake Chelan’s tourism season. Read wine reviews here.

Lucha Vino compares Washington Zinfandel v. Puglia.

Paul Gregutt writes about Kevin White.

Write for Wine writes about a fundraiser held by Efeste with Rockin’ Sips.

Cornichon writes about Cave B.

WineEyak presents a brief history of wine in the Yakima Valley.

Wine Peeps writes about Milbrandt Vineyards 2012 Traditions Pinot Gris and 2010 The Estates Cab.

The Zinfandel Chronicles reviews the 2002 Leonetti Cabernet Sauvignon.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes that Lake Chelan rolls out the barrel.

The Washington Vine writes about Giant Wine Red Blend and a Maryhill Cabernet.

Wild 4 Washington Wine reviews the McKinley Springs 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon and Pomum Cellars 2010 Tinto.


From the locals...

The Seattle Times writes that underage wine students can now taste subject.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about a service for winery co-owner Mike Dunham.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Pomum Cellars.

HeraldNet.com writes that Canoe Ridge Vineyard is back in action.

The News Tribune writes about Cabernet.

Writing for Seattle Metropolitan I give my wine pick of the week.

The Yakima Herald writes about alterations to state and local alcohol policies.

The Spokeman Review writes that Camp and partners purchase Overbluff Cellars.

The Capital Press writes about a private equity firm investing in two Northwest wineries.


Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)...

Have We No Wine Here? writes about L'Ecole and Kerloo Cellars.


That's all folks!

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