Northwest Wine Round-up May 15th to 21st 2016

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

From around the country…

Wines and Vines writes that Whitman sells again.

The Cape Gazette (Delware) writes about Oregon.


From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about the rise and fall of Lemberger. They also write about the groundbreaking at Pambrun, the Oregon Wine Board’s first touring guide, and Seattle gearing up for Riesling Rendezvous.

Washington Wine Blog writes about Cougar Crest. Owen also writes about a 2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir retrospective, and interviews the head winemaker at Big Table Farm.

Best of New Orleans writes about lesser known wine regions, with a callout to the Columbia Valley.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Sean Boyd leaving Woodinville Wine Cellars.

The Daily Meal writes about Cakebread Cellars making a bet on Washington.

Table Talk Northwest writes about Mercer Estates.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington Sangiovese to a Chianti (welcome back).


From the locals…

The Yakima Herald writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Dakota Creek Winery closing.

The Statesman Journal writes about six wineries to visit on Memorial Day.

The Union Bulletin writes about the groundbreaking at Pambrun Vineyard.

The Yakima Herald says the valley is more than just wine.


That’s all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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