A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from May 22nd to May 31st 2016. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

Wine Enthusiast writes that Willamette Valley moves in to Walla Walla.

Orange Coast magazine writes that there is more to love in Oregon than Pinot Noir.

Journal Review (Indiana) writes about white wine.

The Washington Post writes about the trickle down effect of wineries being sold.

Elle writes about rose under $20 with a callout to Charles & Charles.

From the blogosphere…

Great Northwest Wine writes about Red Mountain winemakers tasting mechanically harvested Cabernet. They also write about Mercer Estates opening a wine bar in Key AreaOregon wineries embracing Memorial Day Weekend, and Westport Winery opening a Cannon Beach tasting room.

Northwest Wine Anthem writes about Willamette Valley Vineyards.

Washington Wine Blog interviews Jared Burns of Revelry Vintners.

Eater Seattle gives a guide to Woodinville tasting rooms.

Real Food Traveler writes about the state of Washington Merlot.

The Daily Meal writes that Domaine Serene sets the standard for Oregon Pinot Noir and Chardonnay 

Wild 4 Washington Wine writes about Columbia Crest launching a concert series.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about new releases from Lauren Ashton.

AgInfo.net writes about the Yakima Valley.

Uncorked Adventures writes about Malbec in Washington.

Huffington Post writes about Oregon Chardonnay.

Examiner.com writes about Columbia Winery’s 2013 Chardonnay.

Ladue News writes about the 2014 Nine Hats Pinot Gris.

From the locals…

Oregon Wine Press writes about the Snake River appellation rising. They also write that the third decade is a charm for Joe Dobbes.

Seattle Metropolitan recommends the Mr. Pink Rose (article by yours truly).

The Statesman Journal says Oregon vineyards are hot properties again.

Ashland Daily Tidings writes about a Southern Oregon wine you can’t buy.

KVEW TV writes about Mrs. Rhoda’s Wine Garden.

The Tri-City Herald writes about Ryan Patrick.

KING 5 writes about salmon safe wine.

The Union Bulletin writes about three new members on the Wine Alliance board.

The Register Guard writes about bolder Oregon reds. They also writes about Liz Chambers.

Good Fruit Grower writes that research leads to better control of grape disease.

KGW says Oregon wineries see big business for Memorial Day.

The Columbian writes about McMinnville’s new wine passport program.

Capital Press writes about Gorge wine and Lonnie Wright.

The Yakima Herald writes that a trip down under shows parallels to the local wine region.

That’s all folks!