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Horse Heaven Hills AVA

Designated: 2005Vineyards: 17,082 acres (6,912 hectares)Top Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Riesling, SyrahAverage Annual Precipitation: 9 inches The Horse Heaven Hills AVA is home to over one quarter of Washington’s planted acreage. The area is among Washington’s warmer growing regions, making it an ideal place for Cabernet Sauvignon which makes…
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Grapes, Soil, & Sun

Climate Eastern Washington, where almost all of Washington’s wine grapes are grown, has long, warm summer days that provide ripe fruit flavors and cool nights that help lock in acidity. Long, Warm Days Eastern Washington is an arid and semi-arid desert, with hot summer days. The state’s northerly latitude…
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Prepping for the Growth with Tony Flores

The March story from Tony Flores, Assistant Vineyard Manager at Andrews Family Vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills. EnglishEspañol Follow along with Tony Flores, Assistant Vineyard Manager at Andrews Family Vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills, as he…
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Spring in the vineyard: Shoot thinning with Tony Flores

The May story from Tony Flores, Assistant Vineyard Manager at Andrews Family Vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills. EnglishEspañol Follow along as Tony Flores, Assistant Vineyard Manager at Andrews Family Vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills, works with…
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Breaking Ground

Bienvenido a Abriendo Camino, or, Breaking Ground: our first-ever farmer ambassador program. Es nuestro primer programa de embajadores de agricultores. David Rodriguez, one of our 2022 Breaking Ground Ambassadors EspañolEnglish Cada año, este programa bilingüe sigue a un…