GSM: Red blend among Washington’s most interesting wines

The red Rhône varieties of grenache, syrah and mourvedre make for a fascinating blended wine.

Tenet Wines is a young project that pairs the talents Chateau Ste. Michelle head winemaker Bob Bertheau and some of Washington state’s top Rhône varieties with French star winemaker Michel Gassier and viticulturist Philippe Cambie. (Photo courtesy of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates)

Tenet Wines is a young project that pairs the talents Chateau Ste. Michelle head winemaker Bob Bertheau and some of Washington state’s top Rhône varieties with French star winemaker Michel Gassier and viticulturist Philippe Cambie. (Photo courtesy of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates)

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