Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Washington Wine Round-up September 1st to 7th 2013

A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 1st to 7th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country...

Wine Business.com writes about an auctioning of land on Red Mountain.

The Washington Times writes about escaping to Walla Walla.

The Chicago Tribune writes about the Taste of Tulalip.


From around the blogosphere...

Winophilia writes about Washington Syrah.

The Palate Press writes about the grape heaven of Horse Heaven Hills.

Paul Gregutt puts a spotlight on Beresan. He also looks inside the head of Christophe Baron.

Great Northwest Wine writes that Northwest wines make it into upscale Husky Stadium. They also write that Washington wine harvest a 60-day sprint to Halloween10 Pacific Northwest Tempranillos to try todayGov. Inslee to help break ground for WSU Wine Science Center, and harvesting hot, heavy on Washington’s Red Mountain.

Northwest Wine Anthem brings a Friday Find from Cor Cellars.

Lucha Vino presents Washington Garnacha v. La Mancha.

Write For Wine writes that it’s not too late for summer sippers.

AgInfo.net writes about the early grape crop.

J and J’s Excellent Adventure writes about Washington wine.

Woodinville Wine Update gives a final tally for the Auction of Washington Wines.

Wineshout writes about Washington wines of the Cascade Loop.

Washington Winemaker Approved writes about Public House 124. He also writes about Waitsburg Cellars.


From the locals...

Oregon Live writes that there is a Rhone wave breaking in Walla Walla.

The Union Bulletin writes about Waters Winery changing hands.

The Idaho Statesman writes that inexpensive red wines are perfect for midweek meals.

The Tri City Herald writes that the auction date for Red Mountain acres moved to Nov. 23. They also write that the Wine Science Center to break ground at WSU Tri-Cities.

The Olympian writes that Port Angeles native loving the adventure of winemaking.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Harbinger Winery. They also write that if you can’t travel to a winery, check out its website or wine club.

Wenatchee World writes about Fielding Hills.

The Seattle Times says to take the red wine test.

KEPRTV writes that Washington wineries could go international.


That's all folks!

1 comment:

  1. That's amazing that Taste of Tulalip was written about in the Chicago Tribune. Last year I was one of the Somm's in the Rock & Roll Challenge, and it was a blast. I'll be doing it again this year!

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