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Originally published Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:25 PM

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Hot to Trot wine featured at Prosser WA winery

Ste. Michelle (san muh-SHEL') Wine Estates plans to remake its Snoqualmie Vineyards tasting room at Prosser into a winery this fall for its Hot to Trot wines.

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PROSSER, Wash. —

Ste. Michelle (san muh-SHEL') Wine Estates plans to remake its Snoqualmie Vineyards tasting room at Prosser into a winery this fall for its Hot to Trot wines.

The Tri-City Herald reports ( http://bit.ly/WrRoSg) it will have a tasting bar, lounge and barrel room for the "14 Hands" brand. The name refers to the wild horses that lived in the Horse Heaven Hills.

Woodinville-based Ste. Michelle says 14 Hands is one of its fastest-growing brands. More than 1 million cases shipped nationwide in 2012.

The company says the Hot to Trot blend has been the top-selling wine in Seattle and Portland since mid-2011. The grapes come from vineyards in the Columbia Valley.

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Information from: Tri-City Herald, http://www.tri-cityherald.com

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