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

From around the world…

The National Post writes about the Snoqualmie Whistle Stop Red.

From around the country…

Packaging Digest writes about Domaine Ste. Michelle rebranding.

Wine Spectator writes about 10 approachable Washington reds (may require subscription).

From around the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that Walla Walla Community College is set to honor four winemaking grads. They also write that a California company donating $250K to WSU Wine Science Centerharvest ramping up on the Wahluke Slope and Domaine Ste. Michelle rebranding.

Paul Gregutt writes about Silverback vineyards. He also gives an update on Waitsburg Cellars.

The Washington Vine writes about Hot to Trot Red Wine.

The Zinfindel Chronicles writes about Woodinville wine country in one day. Tom also writes about Betz Family Winery’s Fall Release Party.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Riesling. They also write about Hedges Family Estate.

Wine Peeps writes about Karen Wade of Fielding Hills Winery.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the Taste of Tulalip. Shona also writes about upcoming wine events.

From the locals…

WSU News Center writes that ‘Butterfly Wranglers’ are tapped by wine industry.

The Columbian says to raise a glass to state’s wineries.

The Spokesman Review writes about affordable, crisp white wines.

The Idaho Statesman writes that Italian wine grape varieties thrive in the Northwest.

The LaCrosse Tribune writes about the  Anew Riesling.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Cavu Cellars. They also write about Red Lion entering the Walla Walla market.

The Bellingham Herald says that Spokane wineries are on the upswing.

KEPRTV says that tourism revenues help Walla Walla.

That’s all folks!