A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from May 8th to 14th. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

The St. Cloud Times writes about the 14 Hands Sauvignon Blanc.

D Magazine writes about the Salud wine auction.

From the blogosphere…

Ship Compliant gives an overview of the Washington wine market.

Washington Wine Blog writes about Erica Orr.

Great Northwest Wine writes that 2016 is off to a record start. They also write that A to Z Wine Works puts Western Juniper to use in vineyards and write about Folin Cellars.

Hospitality Ireland writes about Jadot tapping Oregon to make Pinot Noir outside of France.

Eatglobe writes about research in Oregon proving the significance of terroir.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about straight from the barrel from Lake Chelan.

Travel Pulse writes the insider’s guide to Seattle wine sipping.

Vine Pair writes that Pinot Noir reveals the difference between California and Oregon climates.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2013 EFESTE Lola.

From the locals…

WSU News writes about research comparing wine made from healthy versus diseased vines.

The Seattle Times writes about Ponzi Vineyards.

The Tri-City Herald writes that Kennewick wants to wineries to woo waterfront visitors. They also write that Smasne and Tudor purchased the former Olsen winery.

Seattle Metropolitan makes the Savage Grace Cabernet Franc its weekly wine pick (article by yours truly).

Good Fruit Grower writes that it is time to say goodbye to Mimi Nye. They also write about the cost of vineyard labor.

The Register Guard writes that Southern Oregon is ripe for touring and tasting.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Prosser’s vibrant wine community.

Capital Press writes that diseased wine grapes damage wine.

Leftovers (posts missed from previous weeks)…

Lines on Wines writes about AntoLin Cellars.

That’s all folks!