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Should fans of US wine pay less attention to the west coast and a little more to the east?

By Barry Smith   April 2018

Should fans of US wine pay less attention to the west coast and a little more to the east?

The wine world is always on the lookout for something new. A new region, grape variety, or method of making. What’s more, wine lovers are faithless. No sooner have they fallen in love with Assyrtiko or Albariño than they begin to migrate to Aligoté or Arneis. So where should we look for the next big thing?

In North America, the wines from California have a well-established track record, but wines from Washington State and Oregon are beginning to make…

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