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A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 15th to 22nd 2012. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Shanken Daily News writes about Precept Wine approaching the million case mark.

Penn News writes that Washington’s private liquor sales has given people sticker shock.

From the blogosphere…

Paul Gregutt writes about Southard Winery. He also writes about Gramercy Cellars and Abeja’s Chardonnays.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Wilridge’s refillable wine bottles. They also write about Yakima Valley vineyard tours.

Table Talk profiles Lisa Baer of Baer Winery.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about El Corazon. Catie also writes about Viognier.

Bellevue Patch says that Father’s Day calls for celebrating with wine.

Jameson Fink picks out value wines at Metropolitan Market.

Wine, Food, and Fun with the Lumpy One writes about the 2009 Seven Hills Cabernet.

Eat Bellevue writes about the opening of Total Wine.

WineEYak writes about an Upland Vineyard tour.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the 2012 Iron Winemaker Dinner. Shona also writes about Tefft’s benefit for the Lifeline Foundation.

Bellevue Patch writes about the opening of Total Wine.

Wine Peeps writes about the 2009 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Cabernet. They also write about two Washington whites.

Voracious writes about winemaker Ned Morris bringing Basel Cellars out of the batcave.

Pacific Northwest Wine, Beer, and Food Ramblings writes about a decade of Walla Walla Vintners Cabernet Franc.

Smart Money writes about less expensive places to settle down in the Evergreen State.

Wine Speak USA gives part three of Walla Walla wows.

Sauced gives five value wines.

From the locals…

Seattle Magazine writes about Washington vineyards in the spotlight.

Washington Tasting Room Magazine writes about Woodward Canyon opening Lazy S Arrow Market and Reserve House Restaurant.

Oregone Live! says Woodinville is more like Wineville.

Wine Press NW gives the results of the 2012 Washington State Wine Competition.

Wenatchee World says being a wine judge for a day is hard work.

The says it’s boom time for Dusted Valley.

KNDO writes about Washington auctioning off the rights to 6 liquor stores.

The Spokesman-Review writes about Mace Mead Works.

The Tri-City Herald writes about a Kennewick liquor store being auctioned off for a third time.

Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business writes about Washington testing the waters in the Asian market.

KLEWTV writes that the increase in liquor prices is affecting restaurants.

That’s all folks!