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Due to my east coast trip at the beginning of the month, this edition of the Washington Wine Round-up covers the period from August 29th to September 14th. Without further ado…

From around the world:

The Calgary Herald writes about Woodward Canyon.

From the US:

The Salt Lake Tribune writes about Queensryche singer Geoff Tate’s recent teamup with Three Rivers Winery.

The Wall Street Journal picks up on the development of the Vineyards Resort Community. WSJ also writes about Flying Fish Riesling.

From the blogosphere:

Barers of Maple Valley does a tour of Walla Walla with callouts to Hiney, Spring Valley, Sapolil Cellars, and Bergevin Lane.

Wine Foot reviews Saviah’s 2006 Red Mountain Syrah.

WAwineman reviews L’Ecole’s 2006 Estate Cab Franc.

Wine Peeps writes about the best Seattle area stores for Washington wine and Red Mountain and Wahluke Slope AVAs.

Going for Seconds checks out aMaurice.

Write for Wine discusses the recent Seattle Magazine article on the 100 best Northwest wine.

Cuisiniers Kitchen makes a trip to Walla Walla with callouts to Buty, Russell Creek, Dunham, Saviah, Pepper Bridge, and Northstar.

Northwest Wine Blog writes about the 2007 Kung Fu Riesling.

The 89 Project reviews aMaurice’s 2005 Malbec.

From the locals…

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about Dusted Valley Vintners.

Portland’s OPB News writes about Walla Walla’s transition from wheat to wine.

The Tri-city Herald writes about speculation of Chateau Ste. Michelle’s sale due to the pending sale of it’s parent company. They also write about plans to transform the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center.

The Yakima Herald writes about wine touring in Prosser and breaking ground on a 500 acre vineyard resort.

Paul Gregutt writes about Kamiakin 2006 Red Wine. See my review of this wine here.

The Seattle PI writes about the Januik 2006 Red Wine. See my review of this wine here.

Salem, Oregon’s Capitol Press writes about Hedges efforts to use biodynamic methods.

That’s all she wrote folks.