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Top 100 WAwine from 2021

There’s no better way to begin the new year than with a laundry list of delicious wines to explore and enjoy. We’re here to share with you the Washington wines that made national and international Top 100 lists in 2021 from James Suckling, Jeb Dunnuck, Wine Enthusiast, and Wine Spectator.
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Yakima Valley AVA

Designated: 1983Vineyards: 18,924 acres (7,658 hectares)Top Varieties: Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, SyrahAverage Annual Precipitation: 8 inches Yakima Valley is one of Washington’s most diverse growing regions. It also is the largest sub-appellation of the Columbia Valley, both in total size and planted acreage, with the valley home to over…
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First Fridays!

Join us at Hedges 5-7pm for Themed Music Pizza Parties - pizza by Sebastián of Oso Negro Baking Co.
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Board

The Washington State Wine Commission was created by the Washington State Legislature in 1987 to promote the growth of the wine industry for the benefit of all of the state’s citizens. Its mission is to raise awareness and demand for Washington State wine through marketing and education, while supporting viticulture and…
Event

First Fridays!

Join us at Hedges 5-7pm for Themed Music Pizza Parties - pizza by Sebastián of Oso Negro Baking Co.
Event

First Fridays!

Join us at Hedges 5-7pm for Themed Music Pizza Parties - pizza by Sebastián of Oso Negro Baking Co.
Event

First Fridays!

Join us at Hedges 5-7pm for Themed Music Pizza Parties - pizza by Sebastián of Oso Negro Baking Co.
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Regions & AVAs

Washington is home to a diverse group of growing regions, which vary significantly by the amount of area they encompass, their climate, soils, and what is planted there. This diversity is one of the reasons such a large number of varieties succeed in Washington. While some of these regions might…