A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from February 22nd to 29th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Enthusiast writes about urban wineries, with callouts to Charles Smith and Eight Bells (Seattle section by yours truly).

Wines and Vines writes about the Northwest dealing with large harvests.

Wine Spectator writes about wineries opting for cork.

Shanken Daily News writes that Oregon wines sales are poised to cross 3M cases.

The St. Cloud Times picks Double Canyon’s Cabernet as its weekly pick.

Boise Weekly writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.

Forbes writes about Oregon Pinot Noir and Boeuf Bourginon.

Daily News writes about Charles Smith.

From the blogosphere…

Washington Wine Blog interviews Chris Upchurch (DeLille, Upchurch). Owen also writes about Chandler Reach.

Great Northwest wine writes paying tribute to Cole Danehower. They also write about the Yakima Valley, the legislature considering special event wine sales, the Wine Shack, and give scenes from Seattle Wine and Food Experience.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2012 Lauren Ashton Proprietor’s Cuvee.

Write for Wine gives favorites from Seattle Food and Wine Experience.

From the locals…

Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Vital Wines. They also write about Avennia.

Seattle Metropolitan recommends the 2013 Gramercy Cellars Lower East Syrah (article by yours truly).

The Yakima Herald writes about wine grapes in Naches. They also search out affordable reds.

Good Fruit Grower writes about trunk disease 

The Woodinville Weekly writes about Facelli closing after 27 years.

KGW says that climate change may help Oregon’s wine industry (Dream on folks. Dream on).

The Register Guard writes about Big Table Farm.

Capital Press writes that a generational shift stunts wine appetites.

The Statesman Journal writes about the Oregon wine industry honoring the best. They also write about an Oregon Chardonnay Celebration and a French winemaker launching an Oregon winery.

That’s all folks!