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Washington State

Washington State has gone from being a ‘dry State’ to the second biggest wine producing State in the U.S. behind California.

The region, which lies to the east of the Cascade Mountains, benefits from their shelter and a mainly dry climate. The region is most famous for the Columbia, Yakima and Walla Walla valleys that suit the production of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and boasts producers such as Cayuse Vineyards and Quilceda Creek.

Washington State Wines

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Cayuse Syrah Armada 2007
Cayuse Syrah Armada 2007
Your Price: $165.00
Cayuse Syrah Armada 2007
”Aromatically, it is the most brooding and Cote-Rotie-like of these Syrahs with notes of smoke, meat, game, garrigue, lavender, and blueberry.” eRobertParker.com - 98 points
Cayuse Vineyards Cailloux Vineyard Syrah 2009
Your Price: $149.00
Cayuse Vineyards Cailloux Vineyard Syrah 2009
“Polished, effortless and juicy, with blackberry, currant, black olive and tar flavors.” Wine Spectator
Cayuse, Camaspelo 2010
Cayuse, Camaspelo 2010
Your Price: $120.00
Cayuse, Camaspelo 2010
”…a classic Bordeaux-styled bouquet of deep back currant and black cherry fruit intermixed with tobacco leaf, lead pencil shavings and hints of fresh herbs.” eRobertParker.com
Cayuse, Syrah Armada 2009
Cayuse, Syrah Armada 2009
Your Price: List Price $165 Offer Price $135
Cayuse, Syrah Armada 2009
"This Syrah’s phenomenal sense of energy as well as of sheer, sappy, expansive presence, make for a finish whose vibratory intensity shakes-up my entire mouth. A truly awesome effort..." eRobertParker.com - 98 points
Quilceda Creek Merlot 1998
Quilceda Creek, Merlot 1998
Your Price: List Price $99 Offer Price $74
Quilceda Creek, Merlot 1998
“...wonderfully elegant, it possesses a flavor profile made up of sweet cassis, lovely black cherries, chocolate, blackberries, and hints of toast. This satin-textured wine is refined and marvelously harmonious." eRobertParker.com