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Washington wine is produced from grape varieties grown in the US State of Washington. Washington ranks second in the United States (behind California) in the production of wine. Yakima Valley is one of the few places on earth where European wine grapes (Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir) can still be grown on their own roots, a factor generally associated with high quality.

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Lug of Cabernet Sauvignon (red wine) grapes in 36lb lug grown in Washington.
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world's most widely recognized red wine grape varieties. One of the most noted traits of Cabernet Sauvignon is its affinity for oak, either during fermentation or in barrel aging. In addition to having a softening effect on the grape's naturally high tannins, the unique wood flavors of vanilla and spice complement the natural grape flavors of black currant and tobacco.

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(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine

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Lug of Merlot (red wine) grapes in 36lb lug grown in Washington.
Merlot wines generally have a medium body with hints of berry, plum and currant.

Ordering Tips
(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine

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Lug of Pinot Noir (red wine) grapes in 36lb lug grown in Washington.
Pinot Noir wines typically lighter wines than Merlot or Cabernet.

Ordering Tips
(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine

Pre-Order and In Store Pick-up only