A round-up of stories on Northwest wine from November 1st to 14th 2016. Read previous round-ups here.

From around the country…

The Wall Street Journal writes about Oregon winemakers making Chardonnay cool again.

Wine Spectator writes about budget friendly Oregon Pinot Noirs. They also write about ripeness in Oregon Pinot Noir.

The Gainesville Times recommends the Chateau Ste Michelle Gewurztraminer for Thanksgiving.

The Tahoe Daily Tribune writes about wine dogs, with a call out to Dunham’s Port.

Forbes writes about consumers weighing in on wines from Oregon. They also write about top Pinot Noir and great values for Thanksgiving.

The Daily Sun writes that Oregon wines are great for Thanksgiving.

The Miami Herald writes about Oregon Pinot Noir.

Food and Wine writes about red blends, with a callout to Buty.

Summit Daily News writes about the sale of Charles Smith to Constellation.

The Kansas City Star writes about Youngberg Hill.

The La Cross Tribune recommends the 2014 Erath Pinot Noir.

Palm Beach Illustrated writes about Duckhorn.

From the blogosphere…

Washington Wine Blog writes about Saviah Cellars. Owen also write about Ardor Cellars and writes about Columbia Crest.

Great Northwest Wine writes about the Walla Walla Wine Alliance appointing a new executive director. They also write that two Washington wineries are among the most admired, a roundtable discussion with next generation women winemakersViognier, and the end of a record-setting harvest.

The Daily Meal writes about American wine, with callouts to L’Ecole No. 41 and Long Shadows.

Wild 4 Washington Wine write about the Tall Sage Chardonnay.

Lines on Wines talks with CWU about wine quality research.

Zinfandel Chronicles writes about the 2011 Lauren Ashton Syrah.

Write for Wine writes about Columbia Crest’s H3 wines.

From the locals…

Seattle Metropolitan writes about the 2015 Nine Hats Pinot Gris (article by yours truly).

Oregon Live writes about Dame wine bar. They also write about 12 places to stay in Oregon wine countrywhere to sip, eat and stay, and how to get the most out of your visit to Oregon wine country.

Walla Walla Union Bulletin writes about Eternal wines.

Oregon Wine Press writes about Thanksgiving. They also write about Willakenzie and Gruner.

The Tri-city Herald writes about Cabernet Franc. They also write about a Walter Clore statue. They also give selections for the Thanksgiving table.

Bend Bulletin writes about a wine trail in southern Willamette Valley.

Willamette Week writes about burying a cowhorn full of shit for good wine.

Portland Business Journal writes that Oregon sails through another warm, trouble free vintage.

The Seattle Times gives 36 wines for the holiday table. They also give their Top 50 wines of 2016.

Maple Valley Reporter writes that Millennials are resurrecting whiskey and wine.

The Reflector writes about Koi Pond Cellars moving to a new location.

Capital Press writes that Oregon’s 2016 vintage is good despite the weather’s quirks.

The Statesman Journal writes that wine experts make their picks for Thanksgiving open houses. They also write about the Willamette Valley winning a Wine Star Award.

The Bellingham Herald picks Thanksgiving wines.

The Mail Tribune writes that 2016 was a good year for the wine industry.

KAFE writes about Willamette Valley being named wine region of the year.

That’s all folks!