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Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling 2020Riesling from Columbia Valley, Washington
3.9 45 RatingsRegular Price10 99Mix 12 or more9 89Ships today if ordered in next 10 hoursLimit 0 per customerSold in increments of 0
Luke Chardonnay 2020Chardonnay from Ancient Lakes, Columbia Valley, Washington
4.4 42 RatingsRegular Price2219 99Mix 12 or more17 99Ships today if ordered in next 10 hoursLimit 0 per customerSold in increments of 0
Aquilini Sauvignon Blanc 2020Sauvignon Blanc from Red Mountain, Yakima Valley, Columbia Valley, Washington
0.0 0 RatingsRegular Price38 99Mix 12 or more35 09Ships today if ordered in next 10 hoursLimit 0 per customerSold in increments of 0
Learn about Washington wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more ...
An important winegrowing state increasingly recognized for its high-quality reds and whites, Washington ranks second in production in the U.S. after California. Washington wines continue to gain well-deserved popularity as they garner higher and higher praise from critics and consumers alike.
Washington winemakers draw inspiration mainly from Napa Valley, Bordeaux and the Rhône as well as increasingly from other regions like Spain and Italy. Most viticulture takes place on the eastern side of the state—an arid desert in the rain shadow of the Cascade mountains. Irrigation is made possible by the Columbia River. Temperatures are extreme, with hot and dry summers and cold winters, during which frost can be a risk.
Washington’s wine industry was initially built on Merlot, which remains an important variety to this day, despite having been overtaken in acreage planted by Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Bordeaux blends and Rhône blends are common as well as single varietal bottlings. Washington reds tend to express a real purity of concentrated fruit. The best examples have a bold richness, seamless texture, plush or powdery tannins and flavors such as licorice, herb, forest floor, espresso and dark chocolate.
In terms of white wine from Washington state, Riesling is the state’s major success story, producing crisp, aromatic examples with plenty of stone fruit that range from bone dry to lusciously sweet. Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc perform nicely here as well, and Viognier is beginning to pick up steam.