A round-up of stories on Washington wine from January 22nd to 31st 2012. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Shanken Daily News writes about Total Wine coming to Washington.

The Chicago Tribune writes about Starbucks expanding its beer and wine sales to Atlanta and Southern California. NBC picks up on this as well.

D Magazine writes about remarkable reds with a callout to Den Hoed.

The Patriot Ledger writes about Doubleback.

On-Line Athens writes about Charles Smith.

Wine Enthusiast writes about visiting the San Juans.

From the blogosphere…

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Petit Verdot.

Jameson Fink writes about a month at Cedar River Farm and Cidery.

Paul Gregutt gives his top 10 Northwest wines of the month. He also writes about wine clubs and writes that the new introduction to wine may not be wine.

Wine Folly writes about getting to know Washington Syrah.

Wineeyak writes about Kana Winery. They also write about the 20th anniversary of DuBrul Vineyard.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Ross Andrew’s Meadow.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Feburary events in Woodinville.

Huffington Post writes about Syrah with (very) brief mention of Washington. They also write about states hoping to drink down deficits with privatization.

Rosemount Patch writes about Starbucks serving wine.

Wine Peeps writes about 2008 Washington Cabernets. They also write about the 2009 Columbia Crest Les Chevaux Red Wine.

Northwest Wines wishes the Wine Commission a happy birthday.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington to Australian Cabernet. He also writes about Lake Chelan.

Table Talk writes about wine appreciation month.

Uncork Washington writes about JM Cellars’ 2009 Margaret’s Vineyard Estate Red Wine.

Mercer Island Patch gives a weekly wine pitch.

At Foodista, Jameson Fink writes about a most unusual Washington wine blend.

Write for Wine writes about the 2009 Chateau Smith Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about three value priced Washington wines.

Palate Press writes about Urban Enoteca.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about big liquor stores shopping for space in Seattle.

Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about the 2010 and 2011 vintages.

The Tri-City Herald writes about Dan Wampfler of Dunham Cellars joining the Washington Wine Commission board.

Wine Press NW writes about Walla Walla Vintners (story in The Daily World).

Washington Tasting Room Magazine writes about the Washington Wine Commission celebrating 25 years.

Oregon Live.com writes about small movie theatres in Washington selling beer and wine.

The Spokesman-Review writes about Latah Creek. They also write that liquor privatization is problematic for Idaho.

The Statesman-Review writes that most wines are blends.

The Herald.net writes about a winery betting on Malbec.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

Wine Business names Barrister a Hot Small Brand.

That’s all folks!