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

From around the country…

The Fall River Herald News writes about the Washington Hills Cabernet Sauvignon.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat writes about interesting wines from the Puget Sound.

From the blogosphere…

Gary V at Daily Grape looks at Washington Cabernet Franc.

The Oregon Wine Blog asks what the connection is between wine and Social Media.

Pop & Pour writes about Sleight of Hand’s 2009 The Spellbinder.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about a new tasting room for William Church Winery. Shona also write about Lachini Vineyards opening a tasting room in Woodinville, Carol Parsons of Red Sky, and upcoming Woodinville events.

The Durango Herald writes about wine tasting at Farmer’s markets in Washington.

Thirsty Girl takes a road trip to Walla Walla.

Ken’s Wine Guide looks at the 2008 Owen Roe Rosa Mystica.

Travel Channel writes about Pacific Northwest wine experiences.

Strange Bedfellows writes about a new liquor initiative.

Personal Finance gives some estimations on the cost of drinking liquor.

Gig Harbor Patch writes about Water for Wine making a comeback.

Sips & The City writes about this weekend’s Taste Washington.

Wine Peeps writes about the 2010 Pacific Rim Riesling. They also do a challenging food and wine pairing and write about Cana’s Feast.

Pairing Up checks out the Michael Florentino Primitivo.

Write for Wine writes about the Taste Washington seminars. Margot also writes that it’s been a good year for William Church Winery.

Palate Press writes about the 2004 Fidelitas Optu.

Lucha Vino does a battle of Super Tuscans.

WINO Magazine gives a verdict on screwcaps. They also write about Taste Washington.

From the locals…

The News-Tribune writes about L’Ecole No 41’s new label.

Washington Tasting Room Magazine writes about the postponement of Taste Washington Japan.

KUOW writes about L’Ecole No 41’s new label.

Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes answers some wine questions.

The Olympian writes about a $300m proposal for the right to run the state liquor stores. They also write about changes to the liquor laws and a new privatization initiative.

The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about the US becoming the largest wine consumer in the world.

The Idaho-Statesman writes about Maryhill Winery.

The Kitsap Sun writes about Taste Washington.

Travel Blackboard writes about a group working to save Washington tourism.

Coastal Explorer Magazine writes about the best of Cannon Beach with The Wayfarer getting Best Wine List.

The Woodinville Weekly writes about Zerba Cellars.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

KIMA writes about record wine sales for Yakima.

That’s all folks!