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

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes that not all wet years in Oregon are created equal.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Oregon vineyards attract out of state buyers. They also writes at home with Oregon vineyard owners.

The Washington Post writes about Finn River’s Spirited Apple Wine.

From the blogosphere…

Drinks International writes about Washington’s identity crisis.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Washington wrapping up an early harvestRob Griffin reflects on a warm vintage. They also write about Ghost Hill Cellars naming a new winemakerThe Rocks District, and take a look inside the Great Northwest Wine competition.

Fermentation writes why Oregon is the most dynamic wine region in America.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about dinner at the Herbfarm. They also write about Stottle.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

AgInfo.net looks at Yakima Valley wine.

Washington Wine Blog talks with Dan Wampfler of Dunham Cellars. They also write about Rasa.

From the locals…

Oregon Live gives an homage to Cole Danehower.

Seattle Metropolitan recommends the Syncline Grenache-Carignan (article by yours truly).

The Seattle Times writes about Nebbiolo.

Capital Press writes that a warm winter is in store for Washington.

The Columbian writes about the Southeast Wine Collective in Portland.

The Bend Bulletin writes about fall release wines.

The Tri-City Herald writes about the Clore Center focusing on Yakima Valley wines.

KGWTV writes about thieves hitting a Portland winery five times in six months.

KEPTV writes that Portland winemakers are fed up after a string of burglaries.

KNDO writes about a new study showcasing the Yakima Valley’s impact on the Washington wine industry.

KOMO News writes about thieves stealing $100K worth of wine barrels in Portland.

KTVZ shows the thieves on videotape rolling wine barrels.

That’s all folks!