Though many wines can be found in other U.S. locations, Prost focuses on wines from California, New England and Washington.
California produces about 90% of the wine in the U.S. Wine production is so significant that it would be California would be the fourth largest producing country in the world (if it were a country). New England Wines come from the six New England States. Historically, wines of New England were based on fruits such as apples, pears and blue berries. But in the past 50 years, New England has produced more traditional wines owing to the development of cold tolerant and hardy grapes. The state of Washington is in a distant 2nd place behind California when it comes to wine production. However it has several, large wineries and produces a large variety of excellent wines.
- Eric Kent 2010 Chardonnay
Sonoma- Russian River
- Carol Shelton 2012 Pinot Noir
- CAM 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
- Cameron Hughes
89 Points Wine Enthusiast
Mentioned in Food and Wine blog Non-Napa guide to Cabernet Sauvignon
- Spann Vineyards: Betsy’s Backacher Lot 11
Red blend: Syrah/Zinfadel/Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cab Franc/Barbera
- Mile Post 71 – 2013 Pinot Gris
- Milbrandt 2010 Merlot
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