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

From around the world…

The Drinks Business gives some pictures from harvest in Oregon.

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about Walla Walla.

The Dekalb Daily Chronicle writes about Charles Smith.

Deb Hatcher of A to Z Wine Works says cheap wines are the most underrated wines on the shelf. 

The Tahoe Weekly writes about a new Oregon trail.

The Chicago Tribune gives a callout to Teutonic Wines.

From the blogosphere…

NW Wine Anthem writes about Walla Walla wineries in SoDo.

Washington Wine Blog interviews Brian Grasso of Structure Cellars. He also interviews Morgan Lee of Two Vintners.

Great Northwest Wine writes about harvest ramping up in Walla Walla They also write about Mercer Estates, a Syrah leading the Northwest’s Rhone revolution, and the Oregon wine industry breaking more records.

Lucha Vino writes about a Washington Albarino versus one from Rias Baixas.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan makes Kerloo Cellars its weekly wine pick (article by yours truly).

The Seattle Times writes that the Northwest’s best wineries are investing in the Walla Walla Valley.

Capital Press writes that a vineyard brings a new dimension to Pinot. They also write about Charles Smith and Chateau Ste Michelle nearing the celebration of its 50th year.

KOBI TV writes that 2015 was a record year in Oregon.

The Yakima Herald writes that restaurant options are growing to serve wine tourists.

Portland Monthly takes a fall wine trip to the Columbia Gorge.

The Tri-City Herald writes about Washington wines made from Italian varieties.

That’s all folks!