Ste. Michelle develops production winery for 14 Hands

03/21/2014 | Wines & Vines magazine online

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has revamped a Snoqualmie winery in Washington state and turned it into a tasting room and production winery for its top 14 Hands brand. About 1.7 million cases of 14 Hands are produced each year, and the brand sees popularity in the $10 and $12 varieties as well as its new $30 "Reserve" tier. 14 Hands has become "the fastest-growing wine brand in the history of the Washington wine industry," said Ste. Michelle CEO and President Ted Baseler.

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