A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 22nd to 30th 2012. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

MSNBC writes about the Charles and Charles Rose’.

Wine Business.com writes about the selection of Brian Carter as the 2012 Legends blend winemaker.

Shanken Daily News writes about BevMo! opening the first of its Washington stores.

Anchorage Daily News makes the 2010 Eroica Riesling its wine of the week.

Wine Enthusiast writes about dog friendly tasting rooms with a shout out to Two Mountain.

The Wisconsin State Journal writes about the Charles & Charles Rose’.

From the blogosphere…

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Seattle’s urban wineries. They also make the Maryhill Rose a Friday Find.

Paul Gregutt asks whether Washington wines age.

Wine Folly asks whether there are benefits to boxed wine.

Table Talk writes about AntoLin Cellars.

WineEYak writes about a vineyard tour of Boushey Vineyard.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Barnard Griffin’s remodel.

Wine, Food, and Fun with the Lumpy One writes about Seven Hills 2010 Merlot.

Redmond Patch writes about wine on tap.

Write for Wine writes about the L’Ecole 41 Cabernet.

Northwest Cork & Fork writes about paella and rose’ in not-so-summer weather.

The Washington Vine writes about the 2009 Hedges CMS Red, SuLei Cellars Sauvignon Blanc and Matthews Sauvignon Blanc.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Woodinville wines at Wine Rocks.

West Seattle Blog writes about Siren Song Wines.

Wine Peeps writes about the William Church Bishop’s Blend. They also put together value wine picks at Metropolitan Market.

James the Wine Guy does a video blog about the wines of Washington.

On the Road of Retirement writes about wineries in the Yakima Valley.

Bellevue Patch asks where are the locals at Total Wine & More?

Whisked Foodie writes about Spring Valley Vineyard.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about Initiative 1183 backers suing over the law’s implementation. They also write about two big box liquor stores making a stir in Washington.

The Bellevue Reporter writes about the opening of Total Wine.

The Yakima Herald Republic writes about the Clore Center.

The Olympian writes about backers of Initiative 1183 suing over implementation.

The Spokesman Review writes about Cougar Crest.

The Tacoma News Tribune writes about BevMo! opening its first Washington store.

The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about a coalition of 1183 supporters challenging Liquor Control Board rules.

The Centralia Chronicle writes that retailers are still grappling with Initiative 1183.

Northwest Cable News writes about a new lawsuit on liquor privatization. They also write about Total Wine opening in Spokane.

The Bellingham Business Journal writes about the lawsuit against the Liquor Control Board.

The Lake Stevens Journal gives the Liquor Control Board statement on the lawsuit.

That’s all folks!