A round-up of stories on Washington wine from July 1st to 7th 2012. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

D Magazine recommends Col Solare’s Shining Hill Red and Northstar’s Merlot.

From the blogosphere…

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Kung Fu Girl Riesling.

Edmonds Patch writes about the opening of Total Wine in Bellevue.

Voracious writes about Brasserie Four’s Hannah MacDonald.

Paul Gregutt writes about the Foghorn Diner.

Table Talk profiles Trey Busch of Sleight of Hand. Jamie also picks out wines at Met Market.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington Cabernet Franc to one from Bordeaux.

Wine & Dine Walla Walla writes about dry rosés.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events in Woodinville.

Wine Peeps writes about Juliette’s Dazzle. They also write about Robert Ramsay.

Write for Wine writes about what they’ve been drinking lately.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Tertulia Cellars’ rose.

Nectar Tasting Room & Wine Blog writes about July wine events in Spokane.

Toledo Wines & Vines gives part I of a Walla Walla adventure. Read part II here.

The Washington Vine writes about 14 Hands Cabernet.

Sauced writes about Wine Rocks.

Yakima Valley Tourism writes about the selection of George Carter into the Washington Wine Hall of Fame.

Jacksonville Wine Guide writes about a pairing with Washington Hills Riesling.

From the locals…

The Crescent Bar Chronicle writes that wine grapes aren’t for the faint of heart.

The Daily World writes about wine touring in Walla Walla.

Tasting Room Magazine writes about George Carter being chosen as the 2012 Legend of Washington Wine.

The Tri-City Herald writes about Port of Walla Walla allowing lower fees for Alaska Airlines.

The Yakima Herald writes that the Millenials are ready to embrace the wine culture. They also write about the Clore Center honoring George Carter and the hope that Gallo helps raise the stature of Washington wine.

Capital Press writes about Washington’s vineyards expanding.

The Herald writes that Riesling still rules in Washington.

That’s all folks!