Washington Wine Roundup March 1st to 7th 2013

A round-up of stories on Washington wine from March 1st to 7th 2013. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about the proposed The Rocks of Milton-Freewater AVA (requires subscription).

The Chicago Tribune writes about Merlot.

From the blogosphere…

Cliff Mass writes about the fires in eastern Washington in 2012.

Great Northwest Wine talks with Waterbook Winery founder. They also write about O Wines going nationalNorthwest wines at a Florida wine competitionWalla Walla Valley getting a new tourism director. Read their latest wine reviews here.

MyNorthwest.com writes about fires in eastern Washington in 2012.

Blue Collar Wine Guy recommends Bergevin Lane’s Calico Red.

Great Wine News writes about Two Mountain. They also write about Dusted ValleyWestport WineryDoublebackHamilton CellarsChateau Ste. Michelle, and Columbia Winery.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the 2010 Glaze Cabernet. They also write about Taste Washington.

Sips & The City writes about Taste Washington.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Golden Grape Awards.

Lucha Vino does head to head Super Tuscans.

WineEYak writes about the geology of the Yakima Valley.

Write for Wine writes about Washington Wine Month.

Fabio Viviani gives a Washington wine 101.

Sauced writes about where to imbibe during Washington Wine Month.

Table Talk writes about the Golden Grape Awards. They also write about a Woodinville Reserve tasting.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the Washington Wine Hall of Fame. Tom also gives tasting notes for the 2004 Cayuse Cailloux Syrah.

Wine Peeps writes about a challenging wine pairing.

From the locals…

The Olympian writes about South Sound wine tasting.

The Yakima Herald writes about a proposed bill that would allow under 21 students studying wine to taste it during class.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

Terroirist writes about Long Shadows.

Wine Folly writes about Washington Syrah.

That's all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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