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Nestled within a small eastern Washington town called Prosser sits one of the worlds foremost maker of premium wines. Winery founder Mike Hogue planted the winery's first vinifera grapes in 1974 and produced the winery's first commercial vintage in 1982. Since then, Hogue has gained national and international acclaim for it's broad range of wines. Hogue Cellar's has built an outstanding reputation by specializing in just a few wines: Red Mountain Reserve, Cabernet/Merlot and Fume/Chardonnay. Grapes for the Hogue wines are but a small part of the production of Hogue Ranches - a 1600 acre farm also producing apples, asparagus, concords, and hops. The Hogue Cellars' tasting room and gift shop features wine related gifts and other unique items of Hogue Farm's fruit and vegetables preserved at their cannery. The tasting room and gift shop is open daily from 10:00 to 5:00. Group tours are available by appointment only. Getting to the winery is a very simple task. It is located directly off Interstate 82 about 29 miles northwest of the Tri-Cities, WA. Using the Wine Country Rd. exit will lead you to this charming site. It is just one of many wineries located in Eastern Washington. The wine industry is quickly becoming one of Washington state's leading products and has won acclaim nationally and internationally. For more information about Hogue Cellars, please visit the Hogue Cellars home page at: Hogue Cellars

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