Washington Wine Round-up - June 15th to 21st

A summary of articles from June 15th to June 21st on Washington wine.

From around the world…

London’s Legal Week writes about Wilridge Winery.

From around the country…

The San Francisco Chronicle recommends some picnic wines with a callout to Black Box Wines 2008 Columbia Valley Riesling.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer writes about Charles and Charles Rose 2008, a joint venture between Charles Bieler and Charles Smith.

From the blogosphere…

WINO magazine
writes about Betz Family Wines’ 2006 La Côte Rousse Syrah. They also write about tweeting at the Seattle Wine Awards.

Swordfern Wines
writes about Pomum’s 2006 Tinto.

Paul Gregutt
writes about Chelan wines on the north shore and the south. He also writes about AlmaTerra.

Washington Wine
writes about Columba Crest’s Vineyard 10 wines.

Wine Peeps
does a Spotlight piece on Townshend Cellar.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine
writes about Sweet Valley Wines.

Woodinville Wine Update
writes about Alder Ridge opening a tasting room in Woodinville.

NW Wine and Real Estate
writes about Carmenere.

Wine Foot
writes about the Auction for Washington Wine.

at WineCHATr writes about the Seattle Wine Awards.

Brazenly Lucid Wines
writes about some west side wines.

From the locals…

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about Dusted Valley opening a tasting room in Woodinville. See my post on other wineries planning to do the same here.

The News Tribune also writes about a possible reconsideration on discontinuing Stimson Estate Cellars.

The Yakima Herald writes about the annual Sunshine and Wine event.

The Everett Herald writes about the Evergreen State Fair’s first wine competition.

The Bellingham Herald (I’m starting to sense a them here) writes about Zillah area wineries.

The Examiner.com writes about Washington wine.

That’s all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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