A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from November 1st to 7th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about how wines age under screwcaps.

The Sacramento Bee writes about Willamette Valley Pinot Noir.

The Miami Herald writes about eleven wines for fall comfort foods, with a callout to Willamette Valley Vineyards Pinot Gris and Stoller Chardonnay.

Philadelphia Magazine writes about Naked Wine telling a local brewer they can’t sell ‘Naked’ beer.

St. Louis Dispatch writes about a state native making wine in the Willamette Valley.

Wine Business writes about the 2015 harvest in Oregon. They also write about Ghost Hill Cellars new winemaker.

From the blogosphere…

Northwest Wine Anthem writes that 40 is the new awesome at Willamette Valley Vineyards.

Great Northwest Wine writes about a Seattle native starring in the ‘Uncorked’ TV series. They also write about the Tri-Cities Wine FestivalOregon Pinot Noir for Thanksgiving, and a warmer 2015 for the Walla Walla Valley.

Examiner.com writes about new releases from Columbia Winery.

Washington Wine Blog writes about No Girls. Owen also writes about Airfield Estates and Tamarack Cellars.

MyNewOreleans.com writes about Washington wine.

Write for Wine writes about The Estates Wine Room in Pioneer Square.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about wine 101.

Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman writes about Goose Ridge’s Tall Sage.

Wagon Wine writes about decanting wine.

Uncorked Adventures writes about the 2005 McCrea Grenache.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan writes about the Cloudlift Cellars Petit Verdot.

The Seattle Times writes that Northwest Pinot Gris is a hit with readers. They also write about the Wine Science Center.

The Columbian writes about Galeotti’s Wine Cellar.

Oregon Wine Press writes that an objection might scuttle Jackson Family’s purchase in McMinnville.

The Statesman Journal writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards being listed on NASDAQ.

The Yakima Herald writes about Walla Walla Vintners.

Oregon Live says the wine industry will survive climate change but will have to change.

KEPR TV writes about the Tri-Cities Wine Festival.

That’s all folks!