A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 8th to 14th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

The Wall Street Journal writes about rose with a callout to Charles and Charles.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat writes about what led to Ascentia’s downfall.

The Mercury News writes about the Charles and Charles Rose.

D Magazine writes about the 2008 Col Solare Red Wine.

The Republic writes about Washington whites to enjoy around the grill.

From the blogosphere…

Voracious writes about Elizabeth Bourcier of Cayuse Vineyards.

Vine Sleuth writes about five wines to enjoy from Catie McIntyre, the Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman.

Wine and Beer of Washington State writes about the best roses and white wines for summer.

Business Examiner says partnerships are needed to grow agrotourism.

About.com makes the 2008 Col Solare its wine of the week.

Wanderlust and Lipstick writes about Woodinville.

Sauced writes about the Iron Vintner Challenge.

Wine Peeps writes about Watermill. They also write about Rasa.

Lucha Vino writes about a Red Mountain rivalry.

WineEYak writes about a DuBrul Vineyard tour .

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

From the locals…

Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt writes about Jones of Washington.

The Kitsap Sun writes about learning to live with private liquor sales.

The Register Guard says that Washington’s privatization is a cautionary tale.

The Columbian writes that liquor costs are driving drinkers to Oregon.

The Peninsula Daily News writes about the Seattle Wine Awards.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

Wine Speak USA writes about Walla Walla wine wows.

The Seattle Times writes that liquor taxes have some people heading to the border.

Cornichon.org writes about Sozo.

Slightly Pickled writes about EFESTE’s Big Papa and the demise of the Seattle Wine Society.

That’s all folks!