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

From around the world…

The Drinks Business writes that Obama serves ‘cheap’ U.S. wine (low value article but interesting to see that they picked up this story).

From around the country…

Vineyard & Winery Management writes about Chardonnay in focus at the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers conference (article by yours truly).

The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle gives a Washington red toast to the Seahawks.

The Worcester Telegram names the Argyle Pinot Noir its wine of the week.

The San Jose Mercury News writes about Arizona wine with mention of Dick Erath.

The Washington Post writes about Washington wines at the White House.

Forbes writes about six exciting wine regions to explore with a shout out to the Horse Heaven Hills (after the jump).

The Greenfield Daily Reporter (Indiana) writes about Washington wine being served at the White House.

The Denver Post writes that Michelle Brut Rosé this year’s “best buy” bubbly.

From the blogosphere…

Grape Collective talks with Greg Harrington of Gramercy Cellars about Mourvedre.

NW Wine Anthem writes about Ponzi Vineyards. They also write about Anderson Family Chardonnay.

Great Northwest Wine writes about winemaker Katie Nelson. They also write about Lopez Island Vineyards, the Long Shadows Chester-Kidder being served at the White House, and Washington Chardonnay.

AgInfo.net checks in on the Walter Clore Center.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Yakima Valley’s ‘Soul of the Vine’ video. William also writes about a virtual tasting of the Terra Blanc Arch Terrace.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2010 EFESTE Emmy. Tom also writes about the Avennia wine release party.

Wine Peeps writes about new releases from Milbrandt Vineyards.

Dr. Vino writes about wines served at the White House State Dinner.

Table Talk Northwest writes about the growth of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. Jamie also talks with Steve Warner of the Washington State Wine Commission about ‘The Recommendeur’ app.

Write for Wine writes about Washington State Barbera.

Sustainable Business Oregon writes about Ponzi Vineyards.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about Wine Folly’s Madeline Puckette hacking the wine world. They also write about second labels.

The Yakima Valley Herald writes about the Mercer family giving $250,000 to the Wine Science Center. They also write about local awards and the future of Chardonnay.

The Bend Bulletin writes about ice in the Willamette Valley.

The Oregonian writes about Bend Wine Cellar. They also take a peak inside Oregon’s extreme wine collectors.

KUOW writes about WSU’s student made wine.

The Tri-City Herald writes about a building permit issued for the Wine Science Center.

Northwest Cable News writes about Washington wine served at the White House.

The News-Tribune writes about wines to honor the 12th man.

Portland Monthly shines a light on Oregon’s Chardonnay scene. They also write about winemaker trading cards in the Chehalem Mountains.

The Mail-Tribune writes about taking the mystery out of wine with wine classes. They also write about Rogue Valley wines at a Newport contest.

KVEWTV writes about the Grape Grower’s Conference.

The Columbian writes about Washington wine in D.C.

Bellevue Business Journal writes about annual awards at the Washington Wine Grape Growers Conference.

The Bellingham Herald writes that Oregon hangs its reputation on Pinot Noir.

Wine Press NW writes about Myles Anderson receiving a lifetime achievement award.

NW News Network writes about Walla Walla Valley wineries going on tour to promote the region.

That’s all folks!