By Andy Perdue and Eric Degerman at Great Northwest Wine
August 5, 2019

It can now be argued that Washington’s signature wine is cabernet sauvignon, the grape that attracts wine lovers from all corners of the globe to Napa Valley and France’s Bordeaux region.

Cab, known as “King Cab” to winemakers, is Washington’s most planted, most expensive and most famous variety.

It is the grape that made wineries such as Leonetti Cellar, Quilceda Creek and Woodward Canyon famous. Last fall, winemakers crushed more than 64,000 tons of cab, by far the most of any wine grape variety grown in Washington. Read the entire article featuring Woodinville Wine Country’s, Armstrong Family Winery on the Spokesman-Review