Rosé All Day!
We’re offering our first rosé. These Grenache grapes were meticulously farmed on the valley floor of Washington State’s Columbia Valley. We’re sending the grapes straight from the crusher into the press to produce a salmon colored juice ideally suited for making dry rosés in the style of Southern France.
Red Mountain Wine
Do You love Right Bank Bordeaux? Do you love Red mountain? We’ve got you covered with Merlot and Cabernet Franc coming from Washington’s most esteemed AVA.
“The Red Mountain AVA is located on a southwest-facing slope in south central Washington, a three and one-half hour drive from Seattle. At 4040 acres (1,635 hectares), this is the smallest, warmest wine-grape growing region in Washington. It has a unique combination of diverse geology, gentle south slope, consistent winds and notable heat profile. A complex mixture of the most rare and highly valued soil types in Washington was created by wind-blown silt and sand over glacial outflow. ” – Red Mountain Alliance
What is that orange stuff all the hipsters are drinking? Meet orange wine, the darling of millennials. But don’t be afraid, orange wine is just white wine that had longer than usual skin contact time prior to pressing, giving the wine an orangish-brown color and increased tannin and phenolics. Winemakers have been doing this a long time.
New Grape Musts and Juices!
Returning Grapes and Juices