A round-up of stories on Washington wine from September 15th to 21st 2011.

From around the country…

ESPN writes about Drew Bledsoe of Doubleback.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes about good wine under $10 with a callout to House Wine.

The Chicago Daily Herald writes about rediscovering Chardonnay with a callout to Airfield Estates.

From the blogosphere…

Paul Gregutt writes about winery names. He also writes about the beginning of harvest and Sauvignon Blanc.

Woodinville Patch remembers Glenn Coogan.

Cooking with a Broad writes about Waitsburg.

WINO Magazine writes about Wine in the Pines.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the opening of the Col Solare Bottega. Shona also writes about a memorial service for Glenn Coogan and upcoming Woodinville events.

Wine Peeps writes about Rotie Cellars. They also write about the Col Solare Bottega and Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2010 Harvest Select Riesling.

Wine and Beer of Washington State launches the Wine Beer Washington Weekly.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about FinnRiver cider.

Northwest Cork & Fork writes about Wineglass Cellars.

Write for Wine writes about glamping at Destiny Ridge.

Under the Grapetree writes about Waterbrook. He also writes about Magnificent Wine Co.

Table Talk writes about Rover’s 24th anniversary.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington State and Spanish Tempranillo.

From the locals…

The Tri-City Herald writes about the start of the 2011 harvest. They also write about Spice Cabinet Vineyard.

The Seattle Times writes about wining and dining the the Yakima Valley. They also write about Walla Walla Community College.

The Seattle PI writes about a private group interested in promoting Washington tourism.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Semillon.

Seattleite writes about BLEND.

The Yakima Herald writes about land once planned for vineyards up for sale.

The Seattle Weekly picks three whites to celebrate summer’s end.

Washington Tasting Room Magazine writes about BLEND.

Wine Press NW posts a video on the 2011 harvest.

That’s all folks!