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White Cellars

White Cellars

White Cellars
1307 240th Way SE
Sammamish, Washington
USA 98075

Contact: Julie Caldwell
Email: gus@whitecellars.com

White Cellars Winery is a family owned winery located in the City of Sammamish, Washington. Our wines are hand crafted in small batches and allowed to mature under the close attentive care of the winemaker, Gus White.

Each year, neighbors and friends get together during the summer evenings to enjoy a glass of Chardonnay or dark Washington Syrah in front of the patio fireplace. We invite you to come join the growing family and share a glass along with us.

Each bottle of wine starts in the vineyard where early spring the grapevines of Yakima Valley are pruned to align perfectly with the summer sun. Through the summer, the vines struggle to find water and reach out into the soil to produce a grape full of flavor and richness. The grapes are gathered early morning in the fall where the temperatures are cool to preserve the delicate freshness of the fruit. The fruit is then slowly fermented to preserve all of the aromatic qualities of the grape and then placed into either American Oak or Stainless Steel depending on the type of wine. Over the year and a half of aging, the wine is continuously monitored to ensure the highest of quality prior to bottling.

Winemaker: Gus White

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/White-Cellars/337308346577

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