Northwest Wine Round-up October 1st to 7th 2016

A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from October 1st to 7th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Enthusiast magazine writes about the changing face of Washington Syrah (article by yours truly).

Wine Spectator writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

North Bay Business Journal writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

Tahoe Weekly writes about fabulous wines from former football stars.


From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about L’Ecole No. 41 topping a six nations judging. They also write about a Walla Walla winemaking class creating a pied du cuve for Carmenere and Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

Washington Wine Blog writes about Market Vineyards.

The Drum writes about Columbia Crest’s two Juans.

Wine Searcher.com writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

Imbibe writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

Write for Wine writes about Fielding Hills.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the DeLille Cellars Chaleur Estate Blanc.

Uncorked Ventures writes about Jackson Family purchasing Willakenzie Vineyard.

Line on Wines talks with Tom Waliser of Beresan Winery.


From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about Kari Smasne. They also write about Will Camarda.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about L’Ecole gaining more acclaim.

The Tri-City Herald writes that the big Wallula wine warehouse is about to get even bigger.

Oregon Wine Press writes about Mark Ryan. They also look at Oregon by the numbers and write about vineyard workers.

The Columbian writes that Clarke County’s crush is in full swing.

Oregon Live writes about Willakenzie Vineyard being sold to Jackson Family.

Capital Press writes about another boutique winery selling.


That's all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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