A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from February 22nd to 28th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the world…

Business Vancouver writes that the Aquilinis press on in their Washington state wine venture.

From around the country…

Wines & Vines writes about grape growers discussing vintage variation.

Wine Business.com writes about the Oregon Wine Symposium.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Searcher.com writes that Eyrie sets the gold standard for Oregon Pinot Noir.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Bunnell Family Cellar. They also write about the Oregon Chardonnay Symposium closing in on another selloutJessica Munnell of Wautoma and Juan Muñoz-Oca of Columbia Crest, and that Seattle Wine and Food Experience is a hit.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about the Oregon Chardonnay Symposium.

Snooth writes about Washington Rhone varieties (via the Bellingham Herald).

AgInfo.net writes about wine industry awards.

Seattle Refined recaps Seattle Wine and Food Experience.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2003 Leonetti Cabernet.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about weddings at JM Cellars.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Dunham Trutina. William also writes about the aMaurice Cellars Syrah/Grenache, the 2012 Saviah The Jack, and 2012 Adamant Bijoux  

From the locals…

The News Tribune writes about a former Ste. Michelle leader being honored for vineyard development.

Seattle Metropolitan writes about The Rocks District (article by yours truly). I also recommend the 2012 Gramercy Lower East Cabernet Sauvignon.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Whatcom, Skagit County, Island, and San Juan county wines. They also write about why white wines are often less expensive than reds.

KIMA TV writes about the new Yakima Valley 2015 Travel Guide.

The Woodinville Weekly writes about the latest on the Woodinville Village.

The Register Guard writes about Reustle. They also write about waiting for wines.

The Olympian writes about bargain reds.

The Eugene Daily News writes about Desert Wind.

The Stranger writes about how to order wine when you know nothing.

KATU talks with Doug Frost at the Oregon Wine Symposium.

The Seattle Times writes about Red Mountain wines.

The Daily Record writes about Swiftwater.

Good Fruit Grower writes about red blotch.

Capital Press writes that the Oregon wine industry is poised for growth.

Portland Business Journal writes about the New Yorker who is spreading the gospel of Oregon wine.

The World writes about The Rocks District.

The Yakima Herald writes that the time is now to find a solution to wineries’ wastewater.

That’s all folks!