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

From around the world…

The Manila Standard writes about Washington Riesling.

From around the country…

The San Santonio Current writes about Charles Smith.

Wines & Vines writes about Walla Walla wineries reinforcing their staff training.

Wine Spectator writes about value Bordeaux-style blend from Washington.

The Wall Street Journal asks why taxpayers are paying for the Walter Clore Culinary Center (Note: Requires subscription).

From the blogosphere…

The Pour Fool writes about summer whites.

Lot18 does a Q&A with Anna Schafer of aMaurice.

The Wine Knows says head to California to drink Washington wine. He also writes about Saint Laurent.

Paul Gregutt writes about a trip to Cayuse. He also asks how much wineries should charge for their wines.

Table Talk writes about three wineries to know.

Sips & The City writes about El Gaucho’s Pour on the Plaza.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Iron Vintner Challenge.

Pairing Up tries Fjellene Cellars.

Wine Peeps writes about Soos Creek. They also write about the Saviah Cellars Riesling.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine (welcome back!) writes about Sleight of Hand Cellars The Spellbinder Red.

Under the Grape Tree writes about NXNW.

Northwest Wine Anthem (welcome) writes about Sonoris Wines. They also give a Friday find.

From the locals…

The Tri-City Herald writes about the wine center seeking funds. They also write about the Seattle Wine Awards.

Wine Press NW writes about the Ash Hollow Headless Red.

The Yakima Herald writes about the November freeze.

Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Chardonnay standouts.

The Spokesman Review writes about the Walter Clore Wine Center looking for funds from Benton County.

That’s all folks!