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A reminder that October’s Virtual Tasting will take place on Wednesday October 22nd. Read more about it here.

Catching up a bit…A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 28th to October 14th.

From around the country:

The New York Times writes about – a new on-line wine seller based out of Walla Walla.

From the blogosphere:

Randy Buckner of Wine Lover’s Page reviews a large number of Washington wine releases.

Bottle of Wine reviews Columbia Crest’s Vineyard 10 Red Wine.

Through the Walla Walla Grape Vine writes about Spring Valley’s 2004 Muleskinner Merlot.

The Rattlesnake Hills newsletter can he found here.

Wine Peeps writes about Walla Walla Valley vineyards.

Wells on Wine writes about Owen Roe’s 2006 Seven Hills Vineyard Cabernet.

An article about wines of Washington state that the author splattered across a number of sites on the blogosphere including this one.

From the locals:

KPLU reports on WSU’s research center in Prosser.

KVEW in Kennewick also writes about this story.

Paul Gregutt recommends 8 wines with callouts to Adamant, Barrister, Bergevin Lane, Cadaretta, Flying Trout, JLC, Nefarious Cellars, and Zerba. He also writes about a new winery, Corliss Estates.

Wenatchee World On-line reports on the crush.

The Tri-City Herald reports on a new Washington Wine board game and this season's crush.

The Everett Herald writes about the WineTrails website.

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