Grown in Yakima Valley, these young vines produce high yields and big flavors. Albariño is known as the “wine of the sea”, and with it’s high acidity and aromas of peach and apricot it’s my favorite pairing with scallops or oysters, but also has enough body to stand up to a heartier salmon dish.
  • Yakima Valley
  • 75% stainless / 25% neutral barrel fermented and aged
  • 200 cases produced


Rosé of Tempranillo, Acadia Vineyards

Back by popular demand, this cool climate Tempranillo is harvested with high acid and low sugar, which results in a crisp, dry, low alcohol wine. Aromas of grapefruit, strawberry, and watermelon, with a fresh, tart front palette makes this wine great for summer salads and fruit and cheese platters.
  • Columbia Gorge
  • Only 50 cases produced


Merlot – Cabernet Franc

85% Merlot blended with 15% Cabernet Franc from Boushey Vineyards in Yakima Valley. The leafiness that is typical of Cabernet Franc lends an extra layer of complexity on the aroma to back up the dark berry fruit forwardness of the Merlot.
  • Yakima Valley
  • 100 cases produced


Cabernet Franc, Boushey Vineyards

Our fourth vintage of Cabernet Franc is from one of the most renowned growers in Washington State, Dick Boushey. This Cabernet Franc is lean on the palate powerful aromas of raspberry leaf and strawberry with a slight stemmy undertone from 5% whole-cluster fermentation.
  • Boushey Vineyards
  • 45 cases produced

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