A round-up of stories on Washington wine from June 8th to June 14th.  Read previous round-ups here. 

From around the country…

Wines and Vines writes about topography and temperature in the Columbia Valley.

The San Francisco Business Times writes about the 2013 wine blog award winners.

The Emporia Gazette writes about 14 Hands.

The Washington Post writes about rosé with a shout out to Charles and Charles.

From around the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about Ste. Michelle Anew Riesling label for womenThey also write about Andrew Will and Washington Pinot Gris.

 Paul Gregutt discusses wine industry salespeople in birth of a salesman and reviews a wine sommelier documentary in somm enchanted evening.

The Zinfandel Chronicles reviews 2008 Grand Rêve Vintners/ Force Majeure Collaboration Series V. Tom also writes about the Avennia Summer 2013 Open House.

Northwest Wine Anthem looks back at the brutish beginnings of the Yakima Valley AVA and Washington wine.

Wine Peeps writes about House Wine.

WineEyak writes about Yakima Valley wines in Wine Spectator.

Write for Wine writes about a Barrister co-owner being named 2013 Legends Winemaker.

The Wine Curmudgeon gives a shout out to yours truly.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Iron Vintner challenge. Read about upcoming Woodinville wine events here.

From the locals…

Puget Sound Business Journal writes about Precept Wine purchasing Yakima Valley ‘Skyfall’ vineyard.

KIMA (Yakima CBS affiliate) covers the 2013 growing season.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Cabernet Sauvignon.

Read my weekly wine pick from Seattle Metropolitan here.

The Columbian writes about liquor privatization.

The Herald writes about BevMo opening a new store in Redmond.

That’s all folks!