A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from September 15th to 21st. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

The New York Times writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.

At Business Insider, Deb Hatcher of A to Z Wine Works says you’re serving your reds and whites at the wrong temperatures.

D Magazine writes about Riesling.

Shanken News Daily writes about Precept expanding its vineyard holdings.

Pensacola News Journal writes about an out of this world Oregon Pinot Noir.

From the blogosphere…

Washington Wine Blog writes about Leonetti Cellar.

Great Northwest Wine writes about Plaisance Ranch. They also write about Aluvé WinerySeVein, and the 20th anniversary of Taste Washington.

Vinography reviews a series of Raptor Ridge Pinot Noir.

Wagon Wine writes about tasting the Bella Vida.

Munchies writes about a Portland urban winery that is breaking every rule in the book.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan gives its Top 100 Washington wines (article by yours truly).

The Seattle Times writes about Chihuly artwork at Long Shadows.

The Bellingham Herald writes about Italian varieties in Washington.

The Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Kyle Maclachlan.

The Columbian writes about Riesling’s sweet spot. They also write about Seufert Winery.

The Tri-City Herald asks, what is a Bordeaux-style red wine?

The Puget Sound Business Journal writes about Precept expanding its acreage.

That’s all folks!