Washington State is one of the most fascinating and beautiful wine producing areas in the world. Throughout this past week, those of us at the Cellars Wine Club Blog have immersed ourselves in the rich culture and growing respect of Washington wine. In conclusion, we have created an appealing infographic containing a quick overview of the week. The graphic focuses primarily on three wonderful wineries, all of which were discussed in greater detail on Tuesday. Also, don’t forget to check out our original Washington wineries post for a more detailed description of these wine producers.
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Thank you for reading! We sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s Washington wine adventure. Be sure to enjoy our first post on the history of Washington wines as well as our post on two award winning Washington wines. Northwest wine is a marvelous contribution to enthusiasts and the entire international wine industry. Do yourself a favor and visit one of the many tasting room across the state, or, better yet, delve into your very own bottle of Washington wine.
As the title suggests, some of you may be familiar with Ste. Michelle Vineyards. While we thoroughly enjoyed discovering Cayuse Winery and Whidbey Island Winery, it is always a pleasure to experience more. If you have any recommended Washington wineries, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!