Subtle mint and eucalyptus aromatics, blueberry and black plum fruit flavors, and nuances of salted caramel and minerality highlight this spectacular wine. Beautifully integrated and silky tannins result in a surprisingly soft finish, along with hints of sweet cedar, lavender, and a spritz of black pepper.
Fruit from Syrah vines off Mill Creek Vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley made their way to this young winery on the shoulders of Red Mountain.
Aromas of cured meat, elderberry, dark chocolate and mint lead to flavors of blackberry, poached plum and baking spice. Dark raspberry acidity leads to a tannin profile that blossoms into a rounded finish of caramel.
The Warren family’s Sugar Pine Barn occasionally stages a barbecue and this drink-now Syrah would be a suitable accompaniment to brisket.
Gentle floral fragrances of carnations and violets are followed by a mouthful of luscious black plum, currant, and fig flavors, while rich leather and chocolate accents dominate the melt-in-your-mouth finish. This is an absolutely dreamy Tempranillo from beginning to end that will leave you swooning.
This Syrah features soft tannin and an inviting nose that has port like qualities. Dark chocolate and hints of black pepper are displayed on the palate, with notes of plumb and blackberry on the finish.
For a big, bold and normally tannic grape, this wine displays an underlying elegant quality that reveals itself with every sip. Reserved blueberry and Italian plum flavors melt into a surprising finish that suggests spearmint and just a whisper of cinnamon-spice.
There’s a playful whiff of funfetti on the nose that quickly evolves into gentle rose petal and herbaceous aromatics. The mostly savory flavor profile suggests caramel, green herbs, and white pepper. Impeccably balanced, this is a varietally correct Bordeaux-based red that should pair up well with roast beef or a grilled peppercorn steak.
The Mourvèdre varietal is known for being a full-bodied red, with complex notes of dark fruit, tobacco, and pronounced black pepper on the finish.
One of our favorite varietals at Tucannon Cellars. This Mourvèdre was sourced from the Horse Heaven Hills AVA. This full bodied Rhone has surprised us with heavy notes of blackberry, leather and black pepper spice on the finish.
Stunning aromas of wild strawberries, vanilla wafer, and coconut lead off, with juicy plum and cherries on the palate. Nicely structured tannins are framed with finishing touches of crushed green herbs, white pepper, and molasses, giving the wine a bit of a savory note that perfectly balances the red-fruit flavor profile.
There’s a big blast of blackberry jam on the nose with a core of black cherry fruit on the palate and finishing notes of licorice root, sweet cedar, and black currant. This multi-layered, unconventional four-varietal blend is practically guaranteed to put a smile on your face and offers plenty to contemplate and savor…at a great price.
This medium-bodied Zin opens with warm aromatics of pepper and baking spices that lead to complementary flavors of brambly red and black berries, candied fruit, and cola. The slightly textured finish is capped with a pleasant touch of sweet tobacco.
Lovely aromas of maple and hazelnut lead off and carry over to the palate from start to mile-long finish. In between, you’ll find generous flavors of rum raisin and ripe berry fruit. This Port-style wine is a true gem: sweet, but not too sweet and bit lighter in body than you might expect. It should pair up nicely with most foods on your dessert course…or simply serve it on its own as “dessert in a glass.”
This Chardonnay brings an impressive range of flavors from the expected buttered, oak influences to the fresh, fruit flavors of apple, pear, tropical, citrus, and melon, leaving a lasting palate impression.
Winemaker, Phil Warren is an explorer by nature and he's always looking for the next project to push the envelope and test his skills. When he acquired an old maker's make whiskey barrel, he did what any curious winemaker would do - he filled it with his favorite wine and buried it underground! That was the end of the 2016 harvest season.
The winter of 2020 marked the first time for this unique wine to rise up from the ashes, so Phil set to work digging up the barrel and The Phoenix was born. With only 33 cases produced, The Phoenix was the clear choice to be our first VIP club exclusive release. This rustic elegant wine opens up from the glass with notes of caramel and wood smoke reminiscent of your favorite whiskey, and greets your palate with the lush profile of tart cherry, peppercorn, and earthy minerality that Carmenere is known for. This rich, whiskey aroma and complex, Washington wine flavor come together in a perfect marriage of leather, raspberry, and smoked salt caramel on a finish that lingers pleasantly on the tongue long after its gone. Enjoy this beautiful one of a kind offering, handcrafted with love, while it lasts.
Our Sauvignon Blanc leads with nuances of wild grasses, floral, citrus fruits and finishes with crisp acidic and green herbal notes in the wine. It's dryness is preferred for cooking lighter dishes such as chicken, pork, veal, soup, seafood, shellfish, and vegetables. Our Sauvignon Blanc is exceptional with various cheeses, both stinky and dry.
The varietal demonstrates an exceptional acidic balance. The finish is crisp and refreshing, and is a wonderful palate cleanser.
This easy-to-drink blend of 30% Merlot, 30% Syrah, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Malbec combines mouth-watering black cherry, blueberry, and cassis flavors that melt into a velvety-soft finish. The winery’s best effort to date and a true pleasure to taste.
A hint of black licorice on the nose carries over to more pronounced licorice flavors on the palate. Good acidity, along with a finish of black pepper, dried plum, and black currant suggest that this wine should pair well with prime rib, burgers, or almost anything beef.
This 50/50 blend of Mourvèdre and Carménère starts off with notes of fresh-cut hay and alfalfa and bright flavors of red currant, cranberry and rhubarb. The bone-dry finish also carries a spritz of pepper, giving the wine excellent food-pairing potential.
This 2016 Viognier is a full-bodied wine with a lush, soft character. In contrast to Chardonnay, this Viognier varietal has more natural aromatics that include notes of peach, pears, violets and minerality.
This 2016 Viognier has pleasant cantaloupe and burnt cream aromatics give way to tropical fruit and ripe peach flavors. Finishing notes of caramel and crème brûlée along with a big mouthfeel give the wine a full-bodied profile.