This weeks 'Wine a Little Wednesday' 14 Hands Chardonnay comes to us from the Pacific Northwest's Columbia River Valley.

You'll be able to tell by the look on my face if the wine is really any good or I'm just being kind.

The 14 Hands winery is located East of Portland, and Mt Hood in the town of Prosser in the Columbia River Valley. This region is the home to a lot of very good wineries.

This winery reached a milestone in 2016 by exceeding 2 million cases shipped in 2016 for the first time since the brands' inception 12 years ago. Check out the video I did and I think you'll find my feelings about this wine are spot on once you try 14 Hands Chardonnay yourself. This is the second wine I've tried from the Pacific northwest with the same result; very very good.

14 Hands wine maker Keith Kenison says "decisions in the wine making process are based on taste."  Pretty much says it all.

This is a great value for under $10.

Have a good week and drink wine!


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