A round-up of stories on Washington wine from August 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.
From around the country...
The San Antonio Express writes about #CabernetDay.
The Baltimore Sun writes about Ste Michelle’s Canoe Ridge Cabernet.
From around the blogosphere...
Great Northwest Wine writes that Washington wine harvest starts with Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris. They also continue their vineyard series with Boushey Vineyard, Champoux Vineyards, Ciel du Cheval Vineyard, StoneTree Vineyard, Sagemoor Vineyards, Pepper Bridge Vineyard, Evergreen Vineyard and Red Willow Vineyard.
Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Bainbridge Island. They also write about Gilbert Cellars and Forgeron Cellars.
Write for Wine writes about Barrage Cellars and Northwest Totem Cellars.
Paul Gregutt looks back at the Washington wine industry 30 years ago. He also looks inside the head of Trey Busch and asks "What’s in the bargain bin this month?"
Wine Law Northwest writes about Sparkman Cellars.
Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.
From the locals...
The Seattle Times writes about Mosquito Fleet Winery. They also write about harvest.
The News Tribune writes about Snipes Mountain. They also write about the Auction of Washington Wine and Tero Estates purchasing Waters Winery.
Seattle Magazine asks how useful is the wine scoring system?
The Tri-City Herald writes that the farm bill's failure adds to Prosser clean plant center worries.
The Enumclaw Courier-Herald writes about a threat to the Washington state wine industry.
The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin writes that harvest is under way at Woodward Canyon Winery. They also write that Walla Walla winemakers nab notable nominations for wine awards.
The Wenatchee World writes about Chardonnay. They also write that big wineries are getting bigger.
That's all folks!