8 Washington Wines for $25 or Less

From Cabernet to Syrah to Riesling, these new releases deliver bang for the buck

8 Washington Wines for $25 or Less
Canoe Ridge was established in 1989 by a group of Washington farmers and businessmen. (Courtesy of Chateau Ste. Michelle)
Nov 4, 2019

Washington is second only to California in wine production, but when it comes to good value, senior editor Tim Fish believes the Evergreen State is easily No. 1. This week's selection of new releases is a real buyer’s guide for bargains, from Cabernet Sauvignon to Syrah to Riesling, all priced $25 or less..

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