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

From around the world…

The Montreal Gazette writes that Washington needn’t stand in California’s shadow.

From around the country…

The Aspen Times writes about L’Ecole Nº 41.

Skanken Daily News writes about the sale of Sagemoor Vineyards. They also write about new packaging for Snoqualmie Winery.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch writes about dry rosé for Easter.

The San Jose Mercury News writes about budget friendly wines.

Mission Valley News writes about Oregon Pinot.

Wines & Vines writes about Atlas purchasing 683 acres in Oregon.

From around the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that climatologist points to wet, warm April for Northwest wine industry. They also write about the sale of Sagemoor VineyardsLong Shadows Vintners new labelsElkton’s John Bradley, and Anelare hiring a new GM.

Woodinville Wine Update writes an Oso Fundraiser. Shona also writes about Genoa Cellars.

Palate Press writes about Washington’s diversity issue. They also write about Airfield Estate.

Wineeyak asks what is bud break?

Lucha Vino pairs 2007 Robert Foley The Griffin v. 2008 Seven Hills Ciel du Cheval.

Wine Peeps writes about a challenging wine pairing.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Maryhill’s 2014 summer concert series. William also writes about a #winechat tasting.

The Zinfandel Chronicles writes the Cayuse 2014 Release Party.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about upcoming Woodinville events.

AgInfo.net writes that Clore adds a tasting room manager. They also write about wine comparison.

From the locals…

The Everett Daily Herald writes about the Great Northwest Wine competition.

The News Tribune writes about 14 Hands opening new winery in Horse Heaven Hills. They also write about Grenache, the sale of Sagemoor Vineyards and bud break.

Daily Astorian writes about Oregon Chardonnay.

The Bellingham Herald says to use caution when buying wines from the 2011 vintage.

Good Fruit Grower writes about Chardonnay’s future in Washington.

The Oregonian writes about north Willamette vintners.

The Yakima Herald writes that the region’s grape vineyards begin awakening. They also write about the sale of Sagemoor Vineyards.

The Seattle Times writes that Yakima Valley’s spring tasting celebrates wining and dining.

Capital Press writes that the drought may affect Oregon’s crops.

That’s all folks!