Northwest Wine Round-up November 15th to 30th 2016

A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from November 15thto 30th 2016.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about an Oregon Pinot Noir producer’s transparent pricing.

The Worcester Telegram recommends several Northwest wines for the holidays.

The St Cloud Times writes about the 2014 Primarius Pinot Noir.

D Magazine writes about Oregon Pinot Noir and beyond.

The San Diego Union Tribune writes about Ponzi’s 2014 Tavola Pinot Noir.

The Washington Post recommends Duck Pond’s Pinot Gris.

The Boston Herald writes about Drew Bledsoe and Doubleback.

The Lowell Sun writes about Drew Bledsoe and Doubleback.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that Ste Michelle calls 2016 the biggest, longest harvest in Washington wine. They also write about the Tri-Cities Wine Festival, the Salud auction setting a record, and Sager Small.

Washington Wine Blog writes about Sleight of Hand Cellars. Owen also writes about Argyle, Willakenzie Estate, Big Table Farm, Elephant Seven Winery, and Alleromb.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington Sangiovese to a Chianti Classico.

Lines on Wines talks with Andrew Wisniewski of Swiftwater Cellars.

Write for Wine recommends Thanksgiving wines.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan writes about wine for Thanksgiving (article by yours truly).

The Tri-City Herald writes that Oregon burnishes its reputation for Pinot Noir.

KVEW-TV writes that Walla Walla Community College gains national attention.

Portland Mercury writes about exploring Oregon’s “other” wine country.

Bend Bulletin writes about what wine goes with turkey. They also give a tasting room primer.

The Daily Astorian writes that Oregon winemakers are optimistic about the 2016 harvest.

The Statesman Journal writes about Oregon’s take on sparkling wine.

Oregon Wine Press writes about Reustle.

The Newberg Graphic writes that winemakers describe a complex growing season.

Capital Press writes about Jackson Family’s big move in Oregon.

The Spokesman Review says to celebrate with sparkling wine from Treveri.

The Yakima Valley Herald writes that Yakima Valley college students can teach vintners a thing or two.

The Seattle Times writes about Precept’s large format bottles

That's all folks!

Sean P. Sullivan

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