A (borderline epic) summary of articles from Jully 8th to 31st on Washington wine.

Fasten your seatbelts…

From around the world…

The Vancouver Sun writes about Kirkland Uncorked.

From around the country…

MSNBC writes about Charles Smith Wines Kung Fu Girl Riesling. See our look at this at July’s Virtual Tasting here. They also write about Smith’s 2008 Viognier.

Tulsa World also looks at the Kung Fu Riesling.

The Wall Street Journal writes about Reininger’s Carmenère.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Library TV talks about Dunham’s Lewis Vineyard Chardonnay 2006.

Paul Gregutt gets back on-line writing about Virginie Bourgue’s Lullabye label after his blog disappeared into “the cloud” last month.

Washington Wine looks at budget Chardonnay and does a follow-up post here. They also write about Honey Moon meadery.

Beyond the Bottle writes about Trust Cellars Rose of Cab Franc 2008.

Wine Peeps writes about Kathy Johanson of O Wines. They also do a Washington rose dinner, write about the Rhone Rangers, Lake Chelan wineries, a vertical tasting of Saviah’s Red Mountain Syrah, interview Erik Manz of Mountain Dome,

Shona at WineChatr writes about a Eastside Wines, a new social networking group. She also writes about Isenhower Cellars opening a tasting room in Woodinville.

WINO Magazine writes about the new Washington labeling law, the “Judgment of Fremont”, Starbucks’ plan to sell wine, Grape Killers Lounge, the First Annual Winemaker and Brewmasters Triathalon, and a Columbia Winery Tasting.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Maison Bleue, Dusted Valley Vintners opening in Woodinville, Robert Ramsay Cellars, Alma Terra, Senoj Estates, Davenport Cellars, and Gordon Brothers.

Crosscut writes about Chelan-area wineries.

The Wine Muse writes about Serendipity from Red Sky Winery and Tertulia’s Carmenere.

Seattle Wine Blog writes about Walla Walla wineries. See the second part here. They also write about the Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Awards.

Write for Wine writes about Airfield Estates, the Auction of Washington Wines, and Grape Killers wine bar.

CC’s Travel Blog writes about a trip to Woodinville.

South Beach Wine Club writes about Washington wine.

Forgeron Cellars writes about the 2010 Wine Bloggers Conference coming to Washington. WBC Scholarship and Woodinville Wine Update also write about this.

Bottle Variations writes about Laurelhurst Cellars.

The Examiner writes about the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center.

Washington Beautiful writes about Klickitat Canyon Winery. They also write about Gorge Crest Farms and Illusion Winery.

Washington Wine Guy writes about a trip to Walla Walla. See Day 2 here.

S.erious.ly writes about Covey Run’s 2007 Riesling.

The Cooking Pan writes about Jacob Williams Winery.

One Rich Wine Guy writes about the effect of the economy on wine tourism and sales.

Wine Ministry writes about the 2008 Total Depravity Riesling.

Waters Winery Blog writes about the Overlake Golf and Country Club dinner.

Following the Holy Grapes writes about Patit Creek and Tamarack.

Elevage writes about Ch. Ste. Michelle’s 2005 Eroica Riesling and Sleight of Hand’s 2008 The Curtain Call Late Harvest Gewurztraminer.

Bricks of Wine writes about the Herbfarm’s annual member dinner.

Encompass Wine reviews Columbia Crest’s H3 Cabernet 2006.

Uptake Restaurants Blog looks at the wine bar Vino Bella.

From the locals…

The Bellingham Herald suggests some summer wines.

In his Seattle Times column, Paul Gregutt writes about Washington Syrah.

The Tri-City Herald writes about Prosser’s Wine and Food Fair. The also write about the 2010 Wine Bloggers Conference being hosting in Walla Walla. Woehler writes about Snoqualmie and Goose Ridge.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes that this month’s “Washington Wine Month” is…next month.

The Spokesman Review writes about Sauvignon Blanc.

The Olympian (picking up the story from the Seattle Times) writes about the effect of the economy on tourism, briefly discussing the effect on wine tourism.

KPLU writes about the opening of the Northwest Wine Education Center.

The Yakima Herald-Republic writes about the slow death of Vineyards Resort.

The Eastside Business Journal writes about the Wine Bloggers Conference coming to Walla Walla in 2010.

That’s all folks!