Greg Harrington and his family moved to Walla Walla in 2005 after he had fallen in love with Washington wine while working in the New York City restaurant scene. Allured by the region's ability to blend New World freshness and fruit with the elegance and complexity of the Old World, the result has been one of the state's most acclaimed wineries.
Wine starts in the vineyard and southeast Washington is quickly becoming a hot bed for everything from Rhône grape varieties to Bordelaise styled stunners. It's the climate here that makes all the difference. Days are warm and dry thanks to the Cascade Mountains' rain shadow effect and the nights cool down quickly, preserving the natural verve in grapes. Gramercy Cellars honors this in the winery, utilizing little to no new French oak barrels and a very light touch with fermentations and winemaking.
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