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Southwest Washington winemakers look for boost in business, identity with AVA application

By , Columbian staff writer
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Rezabek Vineyards and Winery co-owner Roger Rezabek is the chair of a task force asking the federal government to recognize a Mount St. Helens American Viticultural Area.
Rezabek Vineyards and Winery co-owner Roger Rezabek is the chair of a task force asking the federal government to recognize a Mount St. Helens American Viticultural Area. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

To Jennifer English, wine is about place. Each glass tells the story of the land and the environment in which it was grown.

Wine “is a representation of where it is,” says English, owner of English Estate Winery in east Vancouver.

Southwest Washington’s winemakers believe the region has a story to tell with its wines.

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