Washington Wine Report is an independent publication focused on bringing Washington wine to you and bringing you to Washington wine. Our goal is:
  • To help you select Pacific Northwest wines at a variety of price levels
  • To keep you up-to-date about the Northwest’s wineries, vineyards, and individuals
  • To help you plan trips to wine country
  • To connect you to the larger wine community

Sean P. Sullivan

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

From Around the Country…

The Chattanooga Pulse writes about Maryhill.

Good Fruit Grower writes about the upcoming grape grower’s conference.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about a history of winter events in Washington wine country. They also look at a Top 10 Pacific Northwest wine stories, give a guide to Pacific Northwest sparkling winesunshroud sparkling wines, and the Wine Science Center moving toward construction.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Northwest bubbly.

Wine Peeps writes about Columbia Crest.

Voracious writes about Seattle wine sellers’ favorite sparkling wines.

Sauced writes about the year in drinking.

Northwest Wine Anthem looks back at 2012.

Lucha Vino battles Washington versus Rioja. writes about Vancouver, Washington.

Jaunted writes about a wine friendly ‘Starbucks evenings’ concept at the Washington DC airport.

Write for Wine writes about the Long Shadows Chester Kidder.

The Washington Vine writes about the Patit Creek Roux.

From the locals…

The Spokesman Review says booze competition is likely to intensify.

W Columns writes about Husky alums in the Northwest wine industry.

The Olympian gives tips for cooking with white wine. says that 2012 is a good year for the state’s wine industry.

That’s all folks!

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