Everyone should try one of the award-winning fruit-forward Washington Merlots, with hints of black cherry. Or send one of our sweet Semillon ice wines to serve with dessert after a holiday meal.
Wenatchee, WA (PRWEB) January 4, 2007
Mark Bolz, president of Love Washington Wine, announced today that the new company web site is live and accepting orders. Love Washington Wine is a new online resource for small Washington state wineries to join together to sell their wines online. These wines are usually hard-to-find unless you visit each winery in person, and include award-winning vintages from wineries such as Cave B Estate Winery, Boudreaux Cellars, C.R. Sandidge Wines, Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery, Mannina Cellars, Martin-Scott Winery, Stemilt Creek Winery, Saint Laurent Winery, Wilridge Winery and Ryan Patrick Vineyards.
"Whether you're buying for a neophyte or a seasoned wine-lover, we have the right wine for gift-giving," said Mark Bolz, president of Love Washington Wine. "Everyone should try one of the award-winning fruit-forward Washington Merlots, with hints of black cherry. Or send one of our sweet Semillon ice wines to serve with dessert after a holiday meal."
At Love Washington Wine, each winery is actually selling directly to consumers, so the wines have been properly stored and packaged.
Currently, Love Washington Wine offers 64 wines from ten wineries including red, white, rosé and dessert wines, from individual varietals, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, to blends. Prices range from less than $10 to more than $50. New wineries join Love Washington Wine each month, so members can revisit the web site to explore new offerings.
Bolz noted that shipping laws in the United States vary considerably from state to state, and not all states allow direct wine shipments. To check availability, visit their shipping page (http://www.lovewashingtonwine.com/shippingmap.aspx).
Why Washington Wines?
Washington State is one of the top wine regions in the world, producing award-winning premium wines from grapes grown in the unique terroir of the central and eastern portions of the state. With a climate suited to wine grapes -- including longer days and more sunshine than other wine regions -- it's no wonder that Washington wines consistently receive ratings of 90 and above from wine critics and the wine media.
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