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

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about Owen Roe opening a new production facility in Washington. They also write about twelve exciting new Washington reds and Amazon trying to get into the wine business again.

San Francisco Business Times writes about Amazon trying again to get into the on-line wine business

Minot Daily News writes about Gard Vintners.

The Lowell Sun writes about red wine summer hits with a callout to Airfield Estates.  

From the blogosphere…

Washington Beer writes about more Total Wine stores coming to Washington.

Voracious talks with Rick Small of Woodward Canyon.

Paul Gregutt asks whether we should fret about brett. He also writes about the latest releases from Cayuse.

Jameson Fink writes about Vino Volo’s wine chart.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about Charles Smith. Catie also writes about Result of a Crush.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Bookwalter’s Notebook Red Wine. They also write about Dick Boushey of Boushey Vineyards.

The Washington Vine writes about Lone Canary.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about No Girls Grenache.

Wine Peeps writes about Saviah Cellars’ The Jack Red Wine.

WineEYak gives some pictures from harvest.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events in Woodinville. Shona also writes about EFESTE’s winter whites and gives an insider’s look at crush.

Under the Grape Tree writes about Airfield Estates.

Lucha Vino writes about a Washington GSM.

From the locals…

The Tri-City Herald writes that Malbec is starting to establish itself.

Writing for the Seattle Times, Paul Gregutt says that Washington wine is stronger with national muscle.

The News Tribune writes about winners and losers with privatization. They also write about Mid-Columbia’s grapes.

CBS Seattle gives a guide to local crush events.

The Chronicle writes about Mill Lane Winery.

Northwest Cable News says that booze delivery may be coming to Washington homes. They also say that 2012 could be a year for the record books.

MSNBC Seattle says that 2012 could be a record harvest for Washington.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

The Demystified Vine writes about Matthews Sauvignon Blanc and the Karma Vineyards Griesling.

That’s all folks!