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Is Cabernet King?

"Washington State wine is perhaps best known for its diversity. There are more than 80 grape varieties planted here, but one variety seems to be separating itself from the crowd: Cabernet Sauvignon. 

Washington's Cabernet plantings date to the early 1940s, and vines planted in 1956 at Otis Vineyards in the Yakima Valley remain some of the oldest ini production today. With a climate conce through too cool to ripen Cabernet Sauvignon, plantins across the Columba Valley have incureased through the decades..."

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