Cold Creek Vineyard is a 40-year-old planting that overlooks the Wahluke Slope and the Vernita Bridge across the Columbia River. When Chateau Ste. Michelle planted the first 500 acres, it doubled the vineyard acreage in the state.
Cold Creek Vineyard is a 40-year-old planting that overlooks the Wahluke Slope and the Vernita Bridge across the Columbia River. When Chateau Ste. Michelle planted the first 500 acres, it doubled the vineyard acreage in the state. Courtesy Chateau Ste. Michelle
Cold Creek Vineyard is a 40-year-old planting that overlooks the Wahluke Slope and the Vernita Bridge across the Columbia River. When Chateau Ste. Michelle planted the first 500 acres, it doubled the vineyard acreage in the state. Courtesy Chateau Ste. Michelle

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