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A round up of stories on Northwest wine from March 22nd to March 31st. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country...

Wine Enthusiast writes that Taste Washington offers support to mudslide victims.

The La Crosse Tribune picks the Thorny Rose Red Blend 2011 as its wine of the week.

The Greenfield Daily Reporter writes about the opening of the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center.

The Maryland Gazette writes about making the most of your Oregon wine trek.

Wines & Vines writes about Foley Family Wines purchasing The Four Graces.

Table Talk writes about Taste Washington survival tips.


From around the blogosphere...

Vinography writes about Taste Washington Day 1.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Taste Washington seminars. They also write that King Cab rides high in Horse Heaven HillsTaste Washington patrons can help with mudslide disaster, the Oregon Chardonnay revivalCathedral Ridge Winery, and Jon Bonné talking about Washington wine.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about a Washington Pinot Noir.

The Zinfandel Chronicles reviews the 2006 Betz Family Cabernet Sauvignon Père de Famille.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about celebrating the generations at L'Ecole 41. They also write about tidbits from Taste Washington 2014.

WA Wine PR writes about Horse Heaven Hills vineyard land up for auction and the proposed ‘Rocks’ appellation.

Wine Peeps writes about Taste Washington.

Wineeyak writes about the unmistakable typicity of the Yakima Valley.

Write For Wine writes about Taste Washington. Margo also writes about Darighe.

Vibe.com writes about Starbucks serving beer and wine.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Seattle Refined writes about talks with Jon Bonné of the San Francisco Chronicle about Washington wine.

The Daily Meal writes about the Archery Summit Pinot Gris.

Wine Searcher.com writes about Oregon’s five Grand Cru sites of the future. They also write about Foley Family Wines purchasing The Four Graces.


From the locals...

The Press Democrat writes about Foley Family Wines purchasing The Four Graces.

425 Magazine writes about Gorman Winery.

Oregon Live writes about a French vineyard robot spending time in Oregon.

The Seattle Times writes that Washington holds its own against the big California cabernets.

The Everett Herald writes about Petite Sirah.

Seattle Metropolitan gives a Taste Washington survival guide (article by yours truly).

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that Mansion Creek Cellars is taking up residence at downtown hotel. They also write about the closing of Walla Walla Village Winery.

Woodinville Weekly writes about a Reserve Night tasting.

The Tri-city Herald writes about the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Pinot Noir worth searching for.

The Snohomish Tribune writes about Alia Wines.

The Good Fruit Grower writes that wine grape yields are not affected by early leaf removal.

The Statesman Journal writes about Oregon wine’s revamped website.


That's all folks!

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1 Responses to Northwest Wine Round-Up March 22nd to March 31st 2014

  1. Thanks for the comprehensive reference list, Sean. It is very useful, always relevant. Lots of work on your part and greatly appreciated.

     

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