Absolute AbejaNick Passmore
When Washington State winemakers are asked to describe how their wines compare with those of their more famous neighbor two states south, they frequently point out that they fall somewhere between California and Europe stylistically. There is that generous ripe-fruit quality one expects in a New World wine but, because Washington generally has a cooler climate than California, the wines are able to retain a greater degree of acidity for a more elegant, food-friendly European style.
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