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PetiteSirah wrote:Washington by a length. The only other state that even comes close is Oregon (and they're hampered by the fact that they really only do 2 grapes, Spangler in Southern Oregon notwithstanding). Washington makes better merlot and syrah (and better QPR cab in many cases) than Napa. Yes folks, it's true. Columbia Valley Syrah.
I'm going to have to completely agree with you on this one. Also, as a Texas resident, the best I can say about Texas wine is that some of them are drinkable.
"You need to invest in a corkscrew. Wine is for drinking." -- Peter Wellington
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rpm wrote:My sense is that praising the wines of one region or state over another is generally mere braggadocio - it truth, the wines speak for themselves far more directly and eloquently than ever we can.
"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke
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