Victor Palencia, who grew up in the Yakima Valley, makes wine for the Jones family at their production facility on the western edge of the Wahluke Slope. (Richard Duval Images)

Victor Palencia, who grew up in the Yakima Valley, makes wine for the Jones family at their production facility on the western edge of the Wahluke Slope. (Richard Duval Images)

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