A round-up of stories on Northwest wines from November 22nd to 30th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the world…

The Drinks Business asks, Burgundian or Oregundian?

CTV New Ottawa recommends the Seven Falls Cabernet Sauvignon.

From around the country…

Greenville News recommends the Revelry Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wines & Vines writes that the cold snap speeds up the ice wine harvest.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes that the Auction of Washington Wine adds Walla Walla dates. They also write about Latah Creek preparing for the next generation, a new book on the Walla Walla Valley, a change in winemakers at Swiftwater Cellars, and the Oregon wine industry honoring Bernau and Vlossak.

Snooth writes about Oregon’s 2014 vintage.

Wine Without Worry writes about Washington sparkling wine and cider. Jameson also talks with wine bloggers about Thanksgiving.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Wild 4 Washington Wine gives Thanksgiving recommendations. William also writes about Lenné Estate, and the Hamilton Cellars Bona Vita.

Write for Wine writes about William Church. Margot also writes about what’s in our glass lately.

Wine Peeps writes about Fall Line Winery.

AgInfo.net writes about the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center.

Wagon Wine writes about Pinot Noir.

From the locals…

The Corvalis Gazette-Times writes about mid-valley wineries.

The Bellingham Herald recommends value red wines. They also write about reds for wintery days.

Wenatchee World writes about the best in local wines for the holidays.

The Statesman Journal writes about Kramer sparkling wine.

Oregon Live writes about Tyee Winery.

KXLY Spokane writes about a new partnership between Spokane and Alaska Airlines.

The Daily Astorian writes that no pests were found in Washington vineyards.

That’s all folks!