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

From around the world…

The Australian gives an insider’s guide to Seattle with a shout out to Washington wine country.

From around the country…

The Wall Street Journal writes that an NYU professor uses to wine to bring economic concepts to life.

The St. Louis Dispatch writes about dry Rieslings.

From around the blogosphere…

Jameson Fink talks with winemaker Ross Mickel of Ross Andrew Winery about how winemakers decide when to pick grapes.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Argentina vs. Washington: a Malbec smackdown They also write about harvest wrapping up on Washington’s Red Mountain and Columbia Valley’s long, strange trip in 2013.

Paul Gregutt writes about the first of the Wine Enthusiast top 100 lists. He also gives Robert Karl retrospective.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the 2011 Jaja by Maison Bleue. William also writes about the Gård 2010 Syrah.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Gifford Hirlinger Stateline Red.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Wine Peeps tackles a challenging wine pairing.

Lucha Vino compares Tranche Cellars Tempranillo versus Ribera del Duero.

Write for Wine writes about the Mercer Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve.

Wine Law Northwest writes about a fall trip to Woodinville in the Sammamish River Valley.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes that Washington stays in the ring with Argentine Malbec kings.

The Bellingham Herald writes that the Yakima area offers fine wines along with wonderful views.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes that Walla Walla grape growers are desperately seeking sunshine. They also write that the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance chooses a new communications, marketing manager and that September set a record for air travel.

The Whitman Pioneer writes about Sapolil Cellars.

KVEWTV writes about Catch the Crush.

That’s all folks!