Grape vines line a hillside in April 2009 at the Pepper Bridge winery in Walla Walla. Today, there are almost 150 wineries in the Walla Walla Valley with cabernet souvignon being the dominate grape.
Grape vines line a hillside in April 2009 at the Pepper Bridge winery in Walla Walla. Today, there are almost 150 wineries in the Walla Walla Valley with cabernet souvignon being the dominate grape. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press file, 2009
Grape vines line a hillside in April 2009 at the Pepper Bridge winery in Walla Walla. Today, there are almost 150 wineries in the Walla Walla Valley with cabernet souvignon being the dominate grape. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press file, 2009

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