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

From around the country…

The Star Democrat writes about Raymon McKee of Chateau Ste. Michelle.

Wines & Vines writes that Northwest vineyard deals reflect a rebound.

From around the blogosphere…

Hawk Wakakaka Wine Reviews talks Washington wine with Jameson Fink.

Great Northwest Wine writes that Washington vineyards get through winter unscathed. They also write that U.S. Sen. Murray bullish on Washington wine, about Duck Pond Cellars, and that 20 years later, André Tchelistcheff’s influence remains in Washington.

Wineeyak writes that Yakima Valley vineyards are in various stages of bud break.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Revelry on Red Mountain.

The Zinfandel Chronicles reviews the 2012 Efeste Adrienne Chardonnay and the 2011 Efeste Emmy.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Renegade Wine Company 2013 Columbia Valley Róse.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events. Shona also writes about Lisa Baer on Happy Hour Radio.

Grape Friend writes about Washington.

Jaunted.com writes about how to check a case of Oregon wine for free on Alaska Airlines.

Table Talk Northwest does a video post on Native Sun. Jamie also talks with Charlie Hoppes.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about the Ancient Lakes.

The Bellingham Herald writes that a new version of a Washington wine app is available. They also write that wines from the 2012 and 2013 vintages are shining and Snoqualmie switching to sustainable bottles and labels.

The Enumclaw Courier-Herald writes about Winerywise, an online sustainable winery practices guide. They also write that Washington has grown to more than 800 wineries.

The Yakima Herald writes that Gilbert Cellars to expand offerings with presence in West Valley. They also write about the Treveri Cellars owners attending a State Department reception.

The Oregonian writes that Willamette Valley wineries issue alert. They also write about Duck Pond Cellars new wine partnership and Yakima Valley.

The Argus Observer writes about an unreasonable ruling on wine growlers.

The News Tribune writes about Senator Murray taking a tour of the Railex center.

Wenatchee World writes about Crayelle Cellars.

The Dalles Chronicle writes about Analemma opening in Mosier (must try winery).

Good Fruit Grower writes about the sale of Sagemoor.

Capital Press writes about Milbrandt getting a new grape crushing facility.

That’s all folks!