A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from October 22nd to 31st. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator talks with Ken Wright.

The Washington Post recommends Tenet Wines.

Shanken Daily News writes about growth at Ste. Michelle.

Springfield Business Journal writes about Oregon wine.

Dallas Morning News writes about four rivers and nine wineries in Oregon.

San Francisco Gate writes about Yakima Valley craft beverages.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about Full Pull Wines. They also write about McCrea and Cuneo joining forces and Willamette Valley wineries renewing their food drive.

The Examiner writes about glamping in the Willamette Valley. They also write about Cougar Crest.

Wagon Wine focuses on fruit.

Washington Wine Blog writes about Delmas.

Uncorked Ventures Blog writes about the Methven Family Pinot Gris. They also write about the 2004 Zerba Cabernet.

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about the Stottle Malbec.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about upcoming events.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about new releases from Stottle.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan recommends the Carter Lamour Chardonnay (article by yours truly).

Oregon Live writes about a winery recovering stolen barrels.

Oregon Wine Press writes about the acquisition of Chehalem Mountain. They also write about the sale of Celilo Vineyard, a Clark County Coup, a love of Pinot, and a Southern Oregon adventure.

The Seattle Times writes about holiday wine. They also write about Washington wine history.

The Daily Sun News writes about a study of Yakima Valley grape contributions.

Boise Weekly writes about Chardonnay.

The Bellingham Herald writes about the Great Northwest Invitational.

That’s all folks!