Cabernet Sauvignon – Other areas of the United States

Cabernet Sauvignon - Other areas of the United States

According to the Washington State Wine Commission, Cabernet Sauvignon is the most widely grown red grape variety in the State of Washington. This grape is usually grown in the warmer regions of the Columbia Valley.
Vineyard growers in eastern Washington select vines based on their durability and ability to withstand the icy winds that often occur during winter.
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Washington State’s Cabernet Sauvignon is known for its fruity flavor and smooth, low-tannin profile, making it easy to enjoy.
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Red Mountain, the Walla Walla Valley, and certain areas of the Yakima Valley near the Tri-Cities region have experienced some degree of success with their Cabernet Sauvignon in American Viticultural Areas (AVAs).
Cabernet Sauvignon is also grown in small plantations in the Umpqua and Rogue Valleys in southern Oregon, as well as in Arizona, New York, Texas, and Virginia. This grape variety is most commonly found in Hill County, Texas, and on the North Fork of Long Island.
In the United States, Cabernet Sauvignon is made into varietal or blended wines. According to the US system, varietal Cabernet Sauvignon wines can have up to 25% of other grape varieties added.
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