WINEBOW’S WASHINGTON STATE WINE PORTFOLIO
Washington State is the second largest
wine producer in the US with more than a
thousand wineries producing wines from
over 70 grape varieties. The climate is
perfect for grapegrowing. The days are
long, sunny, and dry due to the northerly
latitude and the mountains in the western
part of the state. The high altitude in the
east creates warm days and cool nights. And
with fourteen separate AVAs, there’s a great
diversity of terroirs and wine styles. There’s
something here for everyone from crisp
Rieslings to fresh Chardonnays, rich Syrahs
to complex Cabernets. Winebow is proud to
represent many of the state’s top producers.
(Photo Right): Pepper Bridge Vineyard produces some of the most
sought after grapes in the Walla Walla Valley.
Washington State Viticulture Areas — Map courtesy of Matthews Winery.
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