A round up of stories on Washington wine from April 15th to April 21st.  Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

The Coloradoan.com writes Happy Hour: Charles & Charles red blend a great table wine to keep on hand.

From around the blogosphere…

Paul Gregutt shares Eric Asimov raids my cellar part two – the winner.

Lucha Vino presents Toro, Toro, Toro! Tinta de Toro v. Washington.

NW Wine Anthem writes about Soos Creek.

Great Northwest Wine reviews Nodland Cellars 2009 Avant-guard Carmenere, Walla Walla Valley, $28 and Gordon Family Estate 2010 Tradition, Columbia Valley, $40. Plus, coverage on Washington wine grape growers dodge spring frost.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman reviews L’Ecole Nº 41 Chenin Blanc 2012 and Waters Winery Rosé 2012.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Two Mountain Chardonnay. William also writes about the Charles and Charles Rose and McKinley Springs Horsepower.

Eat Seattle gives a Taste Washington recap.

PlumDeluxe writes about getting a taste of Washington wine.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about visit to FIGGINS Wine Studio.

Seattle Metropolitan gives a weekly wine pick from yours truly, the Julia’s Dazzle.

The Sun Break writes that climate change may put Washington wineries on the march.

Have We No Wine Here? writes about Rulo.

Wine Peeps writes about the 2012 Canoe Ridge Vineyard Expedition Pinot Gris.

From the locals…

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin reports Flying Trout winemaker to step down May 1.

Wine Press Northwest writes about Walla Walla’s Reininger reaching new heights.

The Yakima Herald looks at The Hogue Cellars: Prosser winery’s workforce among largest in state and Yakima Valley wineries: Few employees, but big business.

The Edmonds Beacon shows where Washington State stands in nothing to whine about in this class.

The Spokesman Review reports WSU class offers a taste of wine for those over 21.

KPLU writes about Paul Gregutt’s Waitsburg Cellars.

The Seattle Post Intelligencer visits the San Juan Vineyards… Small Town Winery Puts Out Big Time Whites.

The Mercer Island Reporter shares a visit tasting wines in Woodinville.

The Bellingham Herald investigates many wines worth a try from Seattle’s Taste Washington.

The Columbian writes about a bill to allow beer and wine at spas and theatres.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Ashley Trout stepping down as winemaker at Flying Trout.

That’s all folks!