Washington Wine Round-up February 15th to 21st 2013

A round-up of stories on Washington wine from February 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

No love this week.

From the blogosphere…

Jameson Fink writes about Whidbey Island Winery.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Josh Maloney’s new wine project. They also write about Myles Anderson stepping down as enology director from the Walla Walla Valley Community College, Lake Chelan Winery being certified Salmon Safe, and David Oldham of Andrew Will being hired as Precept Wines’ education director. They review the Martinez & Martinez Mae Rose and Coyote Canyon Roussanne

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Alexandria Nicole. William also writes about Two Mountain.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the Rasa Vineyards 2008 Vox Populi. Tom also writes about wineries that help fund breast cancer research.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Trust Cellars TATT.

Wine Peeps writes about Long Shadows.

Woodinville Wine Update writes that Passport to Woodinville tickets are now on sale. Shona also writes about Willows Lodge hosting the third annual golden grapes awards.

From the locals…

The Tri-City Herald writes about Ste. Michelle asking for reconsideration of a Red Mountain design.

Oregon Live! writes about Oregon and Washington cross-promotion.

Free Times says Washington wines are worth a look.

The Bellingham Herald writes about bargain whites.

The News Tribune writes about Coyote Canyon.

That's all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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