In a triumphant return, a round-up of articles on Northwest wine from October 1st to 14th 2015. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the world…

Australia Business Insider recommends visiting the Willamette Valley.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes that Charles Smith makes it in Seattle.

The Wall Street Journal writes about what goes on in a wine tasting room through the eyes of Chateau Ste Michelle.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune writes about the 2013 Charles & Charles Cabernet-Syrah.

Anchorage Press writes about Merlot with a callout to Chinook.

The Modesto Bee writes about red blends with a callout to Sagelands.

The Augusta Chronicle writes about Hedges 2011 Estate wine.

The Colorado Gazette says Washington offers wine for any budget.

From the blogosphere…

Vindulge writes about what Cole Danehower did for her as a wine writer.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Washington closing in on its hottest vintage ever. They also write about white wines from the Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition and succulent Syrah.

The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman writes about the 2012 Sleight of Hand Spellbinder. writes about an insider buy of Willamette Valley Vineyards stock.

Wagon Wine writes about the movie American Wine Story.

Washington Examiner writes about screwtop wines at a state dinner.

Write for Wine writes about the Taste of Tulalip.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2008 Betz La Cote Rousse.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Durant Vineyards.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Dunham Cellars.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan writes about the Airfield Estates Viognier and Late Harvest Riesling (recommendations by yours truly).

The Seattle Tmes writes about Lewis and Clark Valley making a wine comeback.

KEPR TV writes about a friendly winery wager to benefit wildfire victims.

The Lake Oswego Review writes about David Hill.

Good Fruit Grower writes about the art of talking about tannins.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Washington Chardonnay.

The Seattle Times writes about Lewis and Clark Valley.

KIMA TV writes about Catch the Crush in Yakima Valley.

The Yamhill News Register writes that a warmer than average winter is expected.

KVEW TV writes about Catch the Crush.

The Yakima Herald writes about Wineglass Cellars closing their winery. They also write about Washington Chardonnays continuing to gain in popularity.

Capital Press writes about eastern Oregon growers adapting to years of drought.

That’s all folks!