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

From around the country…

The Sacramento Bee writes about Washington Riesling.

The Independent Record writes about wines for spring with a couple of Washington mentions.

The Sioux Falls Leader writes about white wines for warmer weather with a callout to the A to Z Pinot Gris.

Salt Lake City Weekly writes about Pinot Gris.

From the blogosphere…

Wine Industry Adviser writes that vineyard plantings trend down in California, up in Washington.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Michelle’s new sparkling winemaker. They also write about L’Ecole’s Frenchtown Red, and the Washington Wine Hall of Fame inducting Don Mercer.

Seattle Refined gives a beginners guide to wine tasting. They also write about Taste Washington.

Northwest Wine Anthem gives a Taste Washington strategy.

AgInfo.net writes about tools for wine growers.

GoLocalPDX writes that good weather could hurt Oregon industries.

South Coast Today writes about Chateau Ste Michelle.

Examiner.com writes about the Columbia Crest Grand Estates Cabernet. They also write about the 2010 Goose Ridge First Flight.

Wagon Wine writes about wine essentials.

Lucha Vino writes about Seattle Wine and Food Experience.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about Taste Washington. Shona also writes about upcoming events.

Table Talk Northwest writes about Celebrate Walla Walla. They also write about the expansion of Taste Washington.

From the locals…

The Bellingham Herald writes about Thurston Wolfe. They also write that interest in Tempranillo is growing in the Northwest.

The Daily Sun News writes about Cote Bonneville’s new tasting room.

The Seattle Times writes about Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Dry Riesling.

Seattle Metropolitan writes about the Goose Ridge g3 Cabernet (article by yours truly).

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

NWOutdoorgrrl updates on a New Year’s resolution.

That’s all folks!