A round-up of stories on Washington wine from August 1st to 7th. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country...
The Kansas City Star writes that Washington state wineries offer a bounty of fine flavors.
Orange Coast writes about the Januik Cabernet.
From around the blogosphere...
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Amavi Cellars.
Great Northwest Wine writes that Walla Walla wineries learn about Hong Kong market. They also write that Washington winemakers remember Walter Clore 10 years after death.
Paul Gregutt writes an open letter to consumers of Washington wine.
Wine Peeps writes about a challenging wine pairing.
The Zinfandel Chronicles writes in defense of Merlot.
Lucha Vino features a match of two Washington State wines in Seattle v. Lake Chelan cross state BDX style battle.
WineEyak writes that wine is a time machine to the early1980′s.
The Woodinville Wine Update writes about Fidelitas Wines new Woodinville tasting room.
Write for Wine writes about L’Ecole No 41’s Estate Caberbet Franc.
Under the Grape Tree writes about a Washington road trip. Read more here, here, and here.
AgInfo.net writes that China looks at Walla Walla.
From the locals...
The Seattle Times writes about Alexandria Nicole.
The News Tribune writes that Washington State Fair seeks amateur brewers, winemakers for contest. They also write about Ross Andrew.
The Bellingham Herald writes about the Ancient Lakes.
Boom Consumer writes about the Walter Clore Center receiving federal funds.
That's all folks!