A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 1st to June 7th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country...
Wines and Vines writes about the Woodinville Wine Village emerging.
The Washington Times writes about Va Piano Vineyards’ One Wine.
Greenville Online writes about Sleight of Hand.
The Georgetown Dish writes about Washington wine.
From around the blogosphere...
Great Northwest Wine writes about this summer’s Riesling Rendezvous. They also write about Woodinville wineries creating incentives for local residents and a Wenatchee newspaper helping to promote North Central Washington wines.
Paul Gregutt writes about Brian Carter Cellars. He also writes that summer wine touring is underway.
Wild 4 Washington Wine reviews Pomum’s 2008 Shya Red.
The Zinfandel Chronicles reviews the 2004 Cayuse Syrah Armada Vineyard.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Woodinville Warehouse District’s II Vintners
Wine Peeps writes about Fielding Hills.
Woodinville Wine Update looks at wine discounts based on home location in ZIP Treatment.
Northwest Cork and Fork writes about the Tulpen Cellars Grenache.
Write for Wine writes about the Seattle Wine Awards.
Blue Collar Wine Guy writes about San Juan Vineyards.
From the locals...
Seattle Metropolitan writes about the launching of Impulse Wine. Read my weekly wine pick here.
KNDO/KNDU News writes about the ups and downs of winemaking for Hamilton Cellars.
The Issaquah Press writes about Twin Cedar Winery.
The News Tribune writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle Rieslings.
The Yakima Herald writes about Marcus Notaro of Col Solare heading to California.
Seattle Times publishes an opinion piece that the legislature should reject Costco’s proposed liquor legislation.
The Herald writes that Riesling's revival started at Chateau Ste. Michelle.
The Capital Press writes about Cave B.
The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about liquor sales and revenue rising in Washington.
That's all folks!