Catching up, a round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 8th to 14th. See previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wines & Vines writes about the latest proposed AVAs.

The Wall Street Journal writes about the road to China with thoughs from Butch Milbrandt.

Wine Spectator writes about the aftermath of the November freeze.

From the blogosphere…

Paul Gregutt writes that everything he learned about wining and dining he learned from his cat (not necessarily about Washington too fun of a read to not include).

Wild 4 Washington Wine gives a wine of the week.

Table Talk writes about winning summer whites.

Lucha Vino heads to Lake Chelan.

Wine Peeps writes about Gordon Brothers Family Vineyards.

Write for Wine writes about the Washington Wines Festival.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Lachini Vineyards arrival in Woodinville. Shona also writes about Cougar Crest opening a tasting room in Woodinville.

Washington Wine writes about Zefina Wines.

The Other writes about the 2008 Velvet Devil Merlot.

Under the Grape Tree writes about the 2010 Kung Fu Girl Riesling.

Woodinville writes about Mark Ryan Winery.

From the locals…

KEPRTV writes about Richland’s quest for a new wine science center.

KOMO News writes about the sale of EB Foote Winery.

The Tri-City Herald writes about William Church.

The Seattle Times writes about the new liquor distribution bill.

The Bellingham Business Journal writes that Masquerade Wine Company is moving to Bellingham.

The Seattle Times writes about Precept shortening its name.

The writes about the new distribution bill.

Wenatchee World writes about the Seattle Wine Awards.

The Bellingham Herald writes about rose.

That’s all folks!