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  • Linda Murphy
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  • Linda Murphy
6 May 2009

Lake Chelan is in and Paso Robles Westside is out, as the US government continues to selectively approve new appellations and baulk on others.

Lake Chelan last week became the eleventh American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Washington state. There are just 15 wineries and 260 vine acres in this 24,000-acre area, with Syrah, Merlot,…