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Estate grown vines in the Silverton Hills produce a Gewurztraminer grape that we gently craft into a fine, aromatic wine. Each glass bursts with aromas of honeysuckle and mango; savor the flavors of honey and ripe tropical fruits. This semi-dry wine, pairs well with fish, fowl and pasta.
Complex and intriguing, this food friendly estate grown wine is semi-dry with hints of grapefruit and citrus. Pinot Gris is also known as Pinot Grigio, both meaning the "gray" member of the Pinot family.
The "white" Burgundy Chardonnay grapes that made this bottle of wine were pressed as whole clusters, and the juice processed in oak barrels going through secondary fermentation in a traditional "Burgundian" style.
Discover the irresistible charm of this crisp off-dry Riesling. Its fruity nose and soft floral, honeysuckle and citrus undertones provide a delightful palate experience. Enjoy this wine slightly chilled, by itself or with most foods.
Estate grown, this semi-sparkling blend is slightly effervescent, providing a clean, crisp, and fruity finish. Co-fermented from a blend of 40% Gewurztraminer, 40% Pinot Gris, and 20% Early Muscat, it is best served chilled to preserve the bubbles. Enjoy over brunch, with dessert, or a celebratory wine of special occasions.
A sweet refreshing blend of Oregon Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, and Early Muscat grapes. Great summer wine that goes well with fresh fruit or lighter cheese. Enjoy this crisp, sweet wine chilled with desserts as well. Also great by itself!
A blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapes harvested in the Willamette Valley, this Rose has bright aromas of strawberry, peach, and rhubarb. With fragrant floral notes and a crisp acidity, it is a balanced refreshing sip best enjoyed in spring and summer.
A blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapes harvested in the Willamette Valley, this Rose has bright aromas of strawberry, peach and rhubarb. With fragrant floral notes and a crisp acidity, it is a balanced and refreshing sip best enjoyed during spring and summer.
2020 was a difficult year for our region. Covid-19 pandemic shut our tasting room for nearly half the year. Additionally, our region saw historic fires right at harvest, creating various levels of impact for wineries throughout the region. We were able to salvage a few different varietals and look forward to sharing those in the coming months.
Estate grown in a relatively high elevation (900' - 1000') vineyard, from a wonderful blend of French clones: the newer Dijon 115, 113, 777, and the old standby Pommard. With a medium ruby color, slight smoke and cherry palates, this Pinot Noir will proudly stand among other Oregon "Pinots" as the states signature varietal of wine.
Named after a World War 1 French Field Marshall, Ferdinand Foch, this French/American hybrid grape flourishes in Oregon cool, temperate climate. This deep red wine is known for its full fruity flavors and a smooth finish. It pairs well with hearty dishes, roasts and strong cheeses.
A traditional Bordeaux variety, our Merlot grapes were sources from the Columbia River AVA. Ripening early in the season, this wine has soft mouth-watering aromas, low tannins and a rich fruity finish. Enjoy with pasta, roasted meats and vegetables.
The fruit for this Syrah comes from the Gilbert vineyard situated on the prestigious Wahluke Slope of Eastern Washington. Dark purple in color with flavors of dried fruit, raspberry and blackberry, this Syrah was aged in a combination of American and French oak barrels. Low yields, meticulous vineyard management and picking when the flavors are right combine to create a complex wine with a pleasant finish.
Named after our loyal Springer Spaniel, this co-fermented blend of Dolcetto and Gamay Noir was sourced from Piluso Vineyards. This light to medium bodied blend is fruit forward with light tannins and considered to be an easy drinking wine. We recommend that it be consumed young to ensure the fruit flavors.
The distinctive rich and peppery flavors of this wine showcase the unique soils and climate of central Washington. The combination of low yields, meticulous vineyard management and late picking when the flavors are ripe create a bold and concentrated wine with a lush, lingering finish.
A rich and smooth red with notes of chocolate, leather and dark cherry on the nose. Besides being deep red in color, it has medium acidity with hints of oregano and tobacco. Pair with rich and fatty foods such as pizza, beef or pork.
Known best as a blending grape used with the more robust Bordeaux, this lighter peppery varietal is a great stand-alone wine. Its fruit forward style, with raspberry and blueberry flavors, produces the same intensity and richness as the more familiar Bordeaux wines. Enjoy with red meats or bold cheeses.
Aromatic and compelling nose followed by palate-pleasing cassis, black fruit, cherry and chocolate with a hint of toast and leather followed by a long finish. Enjoy this unique blend with dry-rubbed filets, kabobs, or a hearty roast. This blend (29% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Cabernet Franc, 29% Malbec, 29% Petit Verdot) rested for almost 2 years on French Oak and was aged to perfection for your pleasure.
A traditional Rhone-style GSM blend of Granache, Syrah, and Mourvedre grapes harvested from Columbia Valley AVA, this medium to full bodied GSM blend has a balance of fruit and savory notes featuring blackberry, rosemary, and pepper. Savor this versatile blend with roasted meat dishes.
Our bold Malbec with its dark purple color is layered with raspberry, floral and spicy notes with a medium body and light tannins. The combination of low yields, meticulous vineyard management and picking when the flavors are ripe creates a wine with a pleasing and lenghty finish. Enjoy this Malbec with BBQ ribs, grilled steak, paella, and robust cheeses.
A bold, smokey French-style wine featuring Mourvedre grapes harvested from Columbia Valley AVA. This full bodied, high tannin wine pairs well with smoked or grilled meats.
Once thought to be a nearly extinct Bordeaux variety before it's rediscovery just two decades ago, this Carmenere features grapes harvested from Columbia Valley AVA. With herbal, peppercorn flavors, this medium bodied, dry wine is best served alongside everyday dishes and roasted meats.
Dynamic. Complex. The Petit Verdot grape, used extensively in Bordeaux blends, is enjoying increased popularity as a varietal wine. This fruit, grown in the warmer climate of central Washington, is rich in tannins and acidity, with a hint of spicy black cherry. Enjoy this full-bodied wine with the heartiest and most robust of red meats and aged cheeses.
Long thought to be a member of the Syrah family with origins from the Rhone region of France, this Petite Syrah was harvested from Columbia Valley AVA. Deep in color, this robust wine features assertive fruit flavors, a pepper finish and plenty of tannins. Pairs well with grilled red meats.
Willamette Valley - Grigio D'Oro. Finely crafted Pinot Gris will small amounts of Gewurztraminer and Early Muscat Grapes. Smooth, sweet and lingering tastes of peach, apricot and pear combine in the Grigio D'Oro to create this savory dessert wine. Enjoy well chilled.
Richly Intense. Grown in the warmer climate of Central Washington. Harvest late season producing a deep, semi-sweet varietal wine with mild, peppery undertones. Compliments cheese, grilled meats and chocolate desserts.
Lively, complex grapes left late on the vine. Sweetness intensifies over time. Produced a superb Late Harvest wine. For a special treat, enjoy with dark chocolates.
Willamette Valley, Marechal Foch Port-Style. A number of traditions come to mind...Do you see dapper men at a dinner party gathered in a smoking parlor for Port and Cigars? Do you envision the fox hunters in their plaid shirts, sitting tall on their horses in the cool autumn air, with a flask of port at their side? Assuming you don't have a smoking parlor and aren't likely to be chasing a fox on your horse, we suggest you build a cozy fire, sit back and enjoy.