Ridge Vineyards and Wineries date back to 1885, but the work of this winery really began to shine in the late 1960s. Ridge’s flagship Monte Bello has won countless awards. The Monte Bello is made from a blend of a number of different grapes all from a single vineyard in the Santa Cruz mountains and took shape when a Stanford philosophy graduate came back to the area after opening a winery in Chile in 1969 and instituted a “hands-off” policy for winemaking.
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Lake Chelan is a popular vacation spot for western Washingtonians looking to escape the drizzle and catch some sun. And it also happens to be an incredible up-and-coming wine destination, thanks to a unique climate and soil make-up that lend subtle, mineral notes to the grapes and create a perfect balance of flavors.
The small, eastern Washington town of Walla Walla sits amid a highly respected wine region, so it’s no surprise the small downtown is packed with wineries and wine tasting rooms, all of which appear to be within just a few steps of each other.