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

From around the country…

The Kansas City Star writes that Walla Walla has had disproportionate success when it comes to wine.

The Emporia Gazette tastes wine at Seven Falls Winery.

Metro Canada says forget the Golden State, try Washington wine.

Touring and Tasting writes about big thinkers in Washington wine country.

From around the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that the Seattle Times introduces its new wine columnistsThey also write about Woodinville Wine Country appointing a new directorDon Carlo, and eight Washington Cabernets to drink now.

Paul Gregutt writes about Airfield Estates. He also writes about reader letters.

The Washington Vine writes about the Charles and Charles Rosé and El Corazon Viognier.

The Zinfindel Chronicles reviews the 2004 Leonetti Merlot.

Wine Peeps writes about a challenging wine pairing.

Wine Julia writes about the Horse Heaven Hills.

WineLawNorthwest writes about Woodinville.

From the locals…

Oregon Live writes that small liquor stores in Washington state get aid from legislators in Olympia.

The Yakima Herald writes that the legislature helps small stores stay competitive.

Yakima Herald writes about Maryhill Winery.

Read my weekly wine pick for Seattle Metropolitan here. The magazine also writes about Walla Walla and beyond.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Maryhill.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin recaps Celebrate Walla Walla.

The Mail Tribune writes about Walla Walla.

Walla Walla Lifestyles writes about Something Big Cellars.

The Seattle Times writes about Chelan.

KVEW TV writes about Walla Walla.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

Great Northwest Wine writes about hail falling on Yakima Valley vineyards.

That’s all folks!