Washington, Oregon and New York have climbed up the ranks and now have great reputations as quality wine producers.
Washington State is better known for cabernet sauvignon and merlot in which you will find rich dark fruity flavors of succulent blackberries, raspberries, cherries and boysenberries.
Oregon is most known for unique pinot noir that displays a well built balance between flavors and body. You can taste pleasant earthy characteristics such as wild mushroom, engaging with the sweet, fruity berry flavors like instruments in a well-orchestrated symphony.
New York is producing award-winning wines like riesling from the Finger Lakes and cabernet franc from Long Island. Seasoned wine drinkers and wine newcomers alike enjoy the elegance, richness and vibrancy from the wines the Empire State has to offer.