A round-up of stories on Washington wine from November 1st to 7th 2011. Read previous round-ups here.

From Around the Country…

The Washington Times writes about Initiative 1183.

D Magazine writes about Amavi Cellars Semillon.

From the blogosphere…

The Grumpy Winemaker writes about the 2011 growing season.

Huffington Post writes about Initiative 1183.

Paul Gregutt writes about Beresan. He also writes about wine and food.

Nectar Tasting Room and Wine Blog writes about Spokane’s Holiday Wine Festival.

Wine Peeps writes about Hedges Family Estate.

The Moderate Voice writes about Initiative 1183.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Convergence Zone Cellars. Shona also writes about upcoming Woodinville events.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the 2008 Desert Wind Cabernet Sauvignon.

Table Talk writes about upcoming releases.

Wine Foot writes about Initiative 1183. Duane also writes about the Taste of Tulalip.

WAwineman writes about the 2009 Efeste Sauvignon Blanc. Ed Matsuwaka also writes about Washington Growing Degree Days.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Hedges CMS.

From the locals…

Wenatchee World writes about the sale of Ryan Patrick Cellars.

The News Tribune writes about the closure of Picazo 7 Seventeen. They also write about Initiative 1183, the Tri-Cities Wine Festival, and a day in the life of Washington wine country.

Seattle Magazine writes about restaurants blending their own wine.

The Yakima Herald writes about Treveri Cellars.

The Tri-City Herald writes about bargain whites. They also write about the Kamala wine bottle factory.

OregonLive.com writes that Oregon should root for Initiative 1183.

The Seattle PI asks what Initiative 1183 would mean for liquor prices.

KXLY writes about spending on Initiative 1183.

The Spokesman Review asks whether there will be more stores but less variety after Initiative 1183.

KIMA TV writes about Treveri wine served at the White House.

KNDO writes about the Tri-Cities Wine Festival.

That’s all folks!