Buckle your seat belts for a round-up of stories on Northwest wine from January 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

At Wine Spectator Harvey Steiman writes about Helen Keplinger consulting at Force Majeure. He also writes about thorny brambles versus sunny fruit.

Atlanta Magazine writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.

MainLine Today writes about 10 great wines to BYOB with several Northwest mentions.

The New Hampshire Union Leader writes about the 2012 Adelsheim Pinot Noir.

Salt Lake City Weekly writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle.

The Pittsburgh Tribune writes about Washington wine.

The Kane County Chronicle (Chicago area) writes about Washington wine.

Florida Today recommends Washington wines for Super Bowl parties.

Shanken Daily News writes about Ste. Michelle’s shipments rising 5% in 2014.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Searcher writes that Oregon wine is blazing a trail.

Palate Press writes about a sparkling wine movement in the Pacific Northwest.

Terroirist interviews Dan Wampfler of Dunham Cellars. They also write about Washington State wine reviews and interview Paul Gregutt.

Great Northwest Wine writes about the Washington State Wine Awards. They also write that Washington continues to attract California winemaking starstalk football and wine with Drew Bledsoecelebrating Walla Walla Valley MerlotOregon wineries taking the Pinot Camp concept to New Hampshire, and Yakima Valley wineries embracing a new secret crush tasting.

Huffington Post writes about the Dusted Valley Petite Sirah.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2009 Betz La Serenne.

Jameson Fink writes about the Youngberg Hill Pinot Noirs.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes that Chelan celebrates with bubbles.

Lucha Vino writes about a Washington Syrah vs a Barossa Shiraz.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Table Talk Northwest writes about the Washington State Wine Awards They also write about Yakima Valley wine, hops, and cider.

Vindulge writes about sparkling wine from the Pacific Northwest.

The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman asks who is responsible for making wine snobby. Catie also writes about the Henry Earl Estates Malbec.

Wagon Wine writes part II on wine economics.

From the locals…

The Seattle Times writes about Snipes Mountain.

Oregon Live writes about Evening Land’s high scoring wine.

Capital Press writes that Oregon’s wine industry packs a surprising punch.

The Union Bulletin writes that sky is the limit for Walla Walla’s airport. They also write about a new book on Walla Walla Valley wine.

Bellingham Herald writes about Washington wine. They also write that Pinot Noir drives the Oregon wine industry.

The Statesman Journal writes that Oregon’s wine industry packs a growing economic punch.

North Kitsap Herald writes about Pepper Bridge.

The Tri-City Herald writes about a $3.2M donation for a fermentation system at WSU. They also write about Celebrate Walla Walla.

KIMA TV writes about Yakima Valley Tourism being awarded the 2015 Tourism Champion award.

Good Fruit Grower writes about Analemma’s Steven Thompson and Kris Fade. They also write about predicting cold hardiness of grapes.

Eugene Daily News writes about the Argyle Chardonnay.

Seattle Met writes about the Flying Trout The Brook Blend.

Portland Monthly writes about Oregon’s youngest winemaker.

That’s all folks!