A round up of stories on Washington wine from September 22nd to September 30th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

D Magazine writes about Col Solare and Northstar.

CNBC writes that wines fly free on Alaska Airlines.

Hitched Magazine writes about Kestrel Vintners.

From around the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that WSU breaks ground on $23 million Wine Science Center. They also write about Stillwater Creek Vineyardrain during harvest, and Washington winemakers enjoying a cool reprieve from hot harvest.

Write for Wine writes about Alexandria Nicole Cellars.

Paul Gregutt writes about what’s in the bargain bin this month. He also gives a harvest report.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the 2010 Kiona Lemberger.

Wine Peeps recommends two “go to” wines under $10.

Lucha Vino matches Washington Garnacha v. Aragon.

WineEyak writes about harvest.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Basic Tips in Wine Testing: A Beginner’s Guide. Shona also writes about upcoming events.

AgInfo.net writes about the Wine Science Center.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about Jessica Munnell and Juan Muñoz-Oca of Mercer Estates and Columbia Crest.

The North Kitsap Herald writes about Washington Merlot.

KEPR TV (Pasco, WA) writes about Governor Inslee’s statement that Washington is ‘becoming number one wine producing area in the world’.

The Wenatchee World writes about Wedge Mountain Winery. They also write about Victor Palencia and Gingko Forest.

The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin writes that Washington State Penitentiary’s ‘butterfly wranglers’ aid wine industry. They also write that wine crush is off to an early start.

KVEW TV (Kennewick, WA) writes that state and community leaders break ground on the Wine Science Center.

The Spokesman Review writes that Gov. Jay Inslee visits vineyards nearTri-Cities.

Herald.net writes about top notch Italian reds.

Longview Daily News writes that grape harvest is under way.

The Woodinville Weekly writes about women’s role in the wine industry.

Capital Press writes that harvest is under way in the Columbia Basin.

That’s all folks!