WB Bridgman

In October 1993, Washington Hills Cellars introduced a brand of fine varietal wines named for W.B. Bridgman, the man who in 1917 first introduced European wine grapes to the Yakima Valley. There is a significantly greater use of oak barrels with Bridgman wines compared to Washington Hills, and the wines enjoy longer maturation in the barrel and bottle prior to release, giving them a more complex bouquet and a more supple finish. In addition, the Bridgman label includes some of the less common varietals, such as Lemberger (a light, refreshing red wine), and Cabernet Franc.
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