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

From around the country…

Wine Spectator writes about a new winery at the starting gate in Oregon.

The New York Times writes about putting together the details of Oregon Pinot Noir.

The Wall Street Journal writes about a home above a winery in Lake Chelan.

From the blogosphere…

Washington Wine Blog writes about Casa Smith. Owen also interviews Josh McDaniels and writes about WT Vintners and Washington reds for fall.

Great Northwest Wine writes about gold medal winning reds at the Great Northwest Invitational. They also write about a Walla Walla Cabernet winning best of show, and L’Ecole topping a Six Nations Wine Challenge with its Ferguson Red Wine.

Write for Wine writes about Tildio Winery.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2004 Leonetti Cabernet.

Uncorked Ventures writes about finding a white wine for Oregon.

From the locals…

The News-Review Today writes that harvest is under way in the Umpqua Valley.

Capital Press asks whether Oregon is reaching a golden age of wine, beer and cider?

The Tri-City Herald writes about top wines from the 2016 invitational.

The Seattle Times writes about doubling down in dining in Walla Walla. They also write about Longship Cellars.

The Mail Tribune writes about exploring the roots of Southern Oregon Tempranillo.

Coast Weekend writes about Puffin Wines.

The Register Guard writes that it’s a great year for grapes.

That’s all folks!