A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 1st to 7th 2015. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Scene (Wisconsin) writes about Washington wine.

Forbes writes about ten ways to love wine in 2015, with shout outs to Washington and Oregon. They also write about the Four Graces Pinot Gris.

The Washington Post writes about the Washington Hills Merlot.

WGBH writes that Massachusetts can now ship wine direct.

New Hampshire.com writes about a holiday sampling of Pinot Noir.

The Pensacola News Journal writes about Domaine Serene.

From the blogosphere…

WineEYak writes about Washington’s first Syrah.

Great Northwest Wine writes about a new director for the Washington Wine Institute. They also write about changes at the Auction of Washington Winestop Northwest wine stories (part two here), and Steve Warner of the Washington Wine Commission.

Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman gives a rant, a report, and a recommended read.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Wagon Wine writes about wine economics.

Examiner.com writes about Warehouse District wine events.

From the locals…

The Bellingham Herald writes about wines from the Platinum judging. They also write about the Clore Center.

The Daily Astorian writes about wines of the year.

Good Fruit Grower remembers Robert Andrews.

The Statesman Journal writes about Honeywood Winery.

Wine Press Northwest writes about a label change for Barnard Griffin.

The Yakima Herald writes about charity efforts at Mercer Estates. They also write about crop gains in wine.

Eugene Daily News writes about Erath.

The Corvalis Gazette Times writes about a winery owner getting a zoning change.

That’s all folks!