Ciatti Washington

Although Washington’s wine history is not the oldest, the state’s 900+ wineries with over 50,000 acres of vineyards, produce more wine than any other US state, second to California.

Nearly all wine is produced in the state’s hot, eastern area while there are some grapes grown in the Puget Sound, which is in the colder, more moist west.

White wines such as Riesling and Chardonnay, and reds like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, are the most commonly grown varieties in the state.  Although, the region still produces very nice wines by way of over 60 different varieties.

For further details regarding our Washington vineyards and wineries please contact our company headquarters:

Phone: 415.458.5150

Email: info@ciatti.com

Fax: 415.458.5160

 
Elevation
Climate
Soils

During grape growing season,  warm daytime temperatures in the air and within soils are vital to Washington States varieties.  These ideal variables assist with the skin and seed color,  along with the skin and pulp texture, flavor compounds and tannins.  The cold winter months are perfect for grape vines dormancy, allowing plants to rest, while restoring for the grow season.

The Wine Regions of Washington

  • Columbia Gorge AVA
  • Columbia Valley AVA
  • Ancient Lakes AVA
  • Lake Chelan AVA
  • Horse Heaven Hills AVA
  • Puget Sound AVA
  • Rattlesnake Hills AVA
  • Red Mountain AVA
  • Wahluke Slope AVA
  • Walla Walla Valley AVA
  • Yakima Valley AVA
  • Naches Heights AVA
  • Snipes Mountain AVA
  • Lewis-Clark Valley AVA
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