Grace Lane comprises twelve estate vineyards in Washington covering nearly 2,000 acres in the Yakima Valley for Rieslng and the Columbia Valley for Cabernet Sauvignon. The Yakima Valley is the oldest and most diverse region of the state where grapes are exposed to long, sunny days and brisk, cool evenings. This extreme fluctuation in temperature results in great ripeness while retaining bright acidity. The Columbia Valley is the largest wine growing region of Washington, where the northerly latitude provides two hours more sunlight per day than in California. This develops fruit intensity, while cool evenings and nights again promote higher acidities. Well-drained sandy soils have low fertility and low water-holding capacity, allowing precise control of vine growth patterns.
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