12 Washington Clarets

New reviews of outstanding Bordeaux-style Cabernet-based reds, along with a small selection of bright Chardonnays
May 21, 2010
No one can say that Washington’s wines lack distinctive character. This group of recently reviewed wines focuses mostly on Bordeaux varieties for the reds and Chardonnay for the whites, but each one dances a different step from the others.

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