- Great Northwest WineHorse Heaven Hills the driving force behind Washington growth
The Horse Heaven Hills is known as a warm region of Washington that grows superb Cabernet Sauvignon. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine)
If Cabernet Sauvignon is king in Washington – and it is – then the Horse Heaven Hills is the state wine industry’s most important American Viticultural Area.
Certainly, Red Mountain and the Walla Walla Valley have emerged as Washington’s trendiest wine regions, but the Horse Heaven Hills is the state’s future, and it’s already flexing its muscles.
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