Northwest Wine Round- up October 22nd to 31st 2016

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

From around the country…
Wine Spectator writes about Christophe Baron explaining the unique terroir of the Walla Walla Valley.

The San Diego Union Tribune writes about K Vintners.

Wines and Vines writes that Oregon wine grape growers learn to roll with cannabis.

Food and Wine writes about where to drink in Seattle.

The Saint Cloud Times writes about the 2010 Upland Estates Julian.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Searcher writes about the Northwest harvest.

Great Northwest Wine writes that climate change presents challenges/ opportunities for Northwest wine. They also write about Otis Kenyon, Cabernet is King, Artifex, and Walla Walla’s Fall Release weekend.

Washington Wine Blog gives some Willamette Valley photos. Owen also interviews Paul Gregutt, writes about Long Shadows, and interviews Ryan Crane of Kerloo Cellars.

Oregon Wine Country Blog writes about experiencing fall in the South Willamette Valley.

Lines on Wines talks with Emily Haines of Milbrandt Vineyards.

Woodinville Wine Country writes about the genius of Ste Michelle Riesling.

Vinography unboxes some wines from Oregon.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2007 Cayuse En Chamberlain.

Write for Wine writes about Hard Row to Hoe.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan makes the Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling its weekly wine pick (article by yours truly).

KVEW TV writes about Railex embarking on a $10M expansion.

Oregon Live writes about exploring Yakima Valley.

The Tri-City Herald writes that Chardonnay is coming back in style.

The Newberg Graphic writes about a talk by Oregon’s first black winemaker.

Seattle Weekly writes about making sense of the $120M Charles Smith sale.

KGW writes about Oregon seeing its earliest harvest ever.

Capital Press writes that a family finds a home in the Oregon wine industry.

The Statesman Journal writes about Pinot Noir’s future.

That’s all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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