A round-up of stories on Washington wine from August 8th to 14th 2013. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Long Island Newsday writes about Charles and Charles launching their 2012 Chardonnay.

The Kansas City Star gives a list of Washington wineries to consider when choosing your next bottle.

The Cape Gazette writes about Washington Viognier.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about the replanting of the Circle Block at Champoux. They also write about the Triple Door pairing wine and burlesque.

Paul Gregutt writes about wine labels. He also writes about wine ads.

The Wine Economist writes that it’s a brave new world on planet Riesling.

Wine Peeps writes about Red Willow’s 40th anniversary.

Lucha Vino compares a Washington Tempranillo to one from Ribero del Duero.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Write for Wine writes about EFESTE’s Big Papa Cabernet.

Under the Grape Tree writes about a Washington Road Trip.

AgInfo.net writes about China looking at Walla Walla wine. They also write about Walla Walla wineries hosting Chinese trade officials and exporting Washington wine.

From the locals…

The Bellingham Herald writes about grape harvest looming.

The North Kitsap Herald writes that the weather has been a roller coaster for winemakers.

The Union-Bulletin writes about Allen Shoup of Long Shadows.

The Wenatchee World writes about the NCW Awards.

That’s all folks!