Small batch wines produced by Ned Morris in Walla Walla, Washington.
Washington’s northern basis offers up a growing season that sees up to 17 hours of sunlight a day. Couple that with cool nights that help maintain the natural acidity of the grapes and you’ve got a grape growing haven.
Washington shares the same latitude as other famous wine regions in Europe (such as France). At that latitude the angle of the sun creates the most amount of sunlight during the growing season.
Washington State has some of the most dramatic daily temperature fluctuations of any wine region. Temperatures can change by over 40 degrees from day to night. This allows grapes to produce sugars during the day but then 'shut down' sugar production in the cool nights so that acids are maintained. This creates great balance in the grapes and, therefore, the wines.
What Are Your Reasons?
Family, Friends, Celebrations. Sharing great food, great wine, laughter, song and dance. Making memories. Everyone has a Reason for enjoying great wine. That's our belief at Reasons, where we combine our knowledge of new world techniques and technology with old world style and patience to create wines that are balanced, full-bodied, and complex. We artfully craft wines to showcase their fruit and terroir, supported by oak and structure.
These are our reasons. What are yours?