Washington grows more raspberries – 70 million pounds of them – than any other state, and wines made from the luscious red orbs can be delicious. This wine from the Olympic Peninsula is undeniably raspberry in the aromas and flavors, but it also offers notes of cranberry, cherry jam and vanilla cream. It’s not overly sweet, which is a nice change of pace from similar wines.
Production: 300 cases
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