Why is Merlot from Walla Walla, Washington special?

Why is Merlot from Walla Walla, Washington different from other parts of Washington or the US? Winemaker Casey McClellan says that the diurnal shifts and lower temperatures in the region is key to the grapes ripening slowly and achieving complexity.

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