Lonesome Spring Ranch west of Benton City, Wash., grows Malbec among the 109 acres that offer views of Badger Mountain, Candy Mountain and Red Mountain.
Lonesome Spring Ranch west of Benton City, Wash., grows Malbec among the 109 acres that offer views of Badger Mountain, Candy Mountain and Red Mountain. Courtesy Richard Duval
Lonesome Spring Ranch west of Benton City, Wash., grows Malbec among the 109 acres that offer views of Badger Mountain, Candy Mountain and Red Mountain. Courtesy Richard Duval

Northwest Wine: Malbec shines under Columbia Valley’s sunshine

July 05, 2017 3:26 AM

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