Andrew Will Winery's Washington Wonders
Jay Miller, who covers Washington State for my journal, The Wine Advocate, has been the man on point for one of the most exciting viticultural developments of the last decade, the increasingly sensational quality of wines from Washington State. They have made noteworthy progress, not only with such Bordeaux varietals as cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit verdot, and cabernet franc, but also with Rhône Ranger varietals such as grenache and syrah. One longtime star (located on the pastoral Vashon Island) is Chris Camarda, who turns out brilliant wines at the Andrew Will Winery (named for his son Will and nephew Andrew), which he founded in 1989. Following are some of Andrew Will's recent releases.
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