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A round-up of stories on Washington wine from February 15th to 21st. See previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Business.com writes about the 2010 growing season in Washington.

The San Francisco Chronicle recommends Northwest Chardonnay.

Knoxnews.com writes about blends to watch for, with a callout to the 2008 Hedges CMS Red.

From the blogosphere…

Sips & The City writes about Seattle’s Urban Enoteca.

Paul Gregutt writes about Doug McCrea’s Salida Wines.

Vinotology asks what Precept Wine Brands’ growth means to the Washington wine industry.

Seattlest writes about finalists for the 2011 James Beard Awards.

WINO Magazine writes about Stevens Winery’s 2007 Merlot. They also write about Riedel wine glasses.

Gal Time ssays choosing the right Washington wine might benefit your health.

The Bellevue Scene writes about Maryhill Winery’s vintage port-style wine.

Good Fruit Grower writes about the Washington wine industry.

Write for Wine writes about Taste Washington.

Wine Peeps write about Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut. They also write about a challenging wine pairing.

From the locals…

Northwest Cable News writes about EB Foote winery donating proceeds of a wine to Alzheimer’s Disease.

KNDO writes about new tasting rooms for TERO Estates, Flying Trout, and Don Carlo at the Marcus Whitman in Walla Walla.

Seattle Weekly writes about learning more about wine.

Wine Press NW writes about the Wine Grape Growers convention.

KOMO News writes about EB Foote’s struggle to find a buyer.

Herald.net writes about Alex Golitzin of Quilceda Creek being nominated for a James Beard Award.

Bellevue Reporter.com writes about Fivash Cellars.

The News Tribune writes about Chateau Faire Le Pont.

The Bellingham Herald writes about some splurge wines.

That’s all folks!