This note tackles the problem of variable-speed variable-pitch wind turbine control in the whole wind speed range. Gain-scheduled (GS) control strategy is exploited to provide maximum power point tracking operation and to achieve effective pitch angle regulation. The wind turbine is modeled in the form of a linear parameter varying (LPV) system using wind speed as the scheduling parameter to cope with the varying system dynamics. The wind speed measurement errors are systematically considered in the design procedure. Modeling error is handled through employing an induced L2-gain performance criterion. The proposed method results a common gain-scheduled controller for the whole operating region. A benchmark example illustrates the advantages of the presented method.