If Oregon is Burgundian in its wine offering, Washington State, now the second biggest V. vinifera wine producing state in the USA, is arguably more like Bordeaux, with an emphasis on Merlot in particular.
Washington State lies to the north of Oregon. It is divided into two by the high Cascade Mountains. The key vineyard area lies inland, to the east of the Cascades. The latitude lies somewhere between the latitudes of Bordeaux and Burgundy, and the continental climate gives good ripening.
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