The majority of Washington’s wine grapes are planted east of the Cascade Range in the Columbia Valley appellation, which encompasses the Yakima Valley and Walla Walla appellations. The Columbia Valley covers 18,000 square miles and provides a huge range of geographical and climatic conditions for grape growing. Hogue Cellars wine is made with grapes that have intense fruit flavors and high natural acidity, which is why it is one of the most recognized names in Washington wines. This sauvignon blanc shows fresh, inviting grapefruit, fresh-cut grass, and subtle lime aromas. It is bright and crisp with refreshing citrus, lemongrass, and passion fruit flavors. Pair this food-friendly wine with fresh oysters, grilled wild salmon, or grilled asparagus.