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.
Pinot noir is a light to medium body, medium-dry red wine that is typically fruit-forward. When tasting, you're greeted with an earthy, herbal, and spicy nose. Flavors of dark cherries, red currants, and berries are common, along with notes of mushroom and soil.
A French/American hybrid grape, the Marechal Foch features darker red fruit, and earthier more mineral flavors than a Pinot Noir. Still considered a softer red wine, the Marechal Foch is one of a handful of grapes that has both a red skin and red flesh, making it very dark in color.
Our Syrah, sourced from Eastern Washington, is bold and medium-bodied, with aromatic notes of smoke, black fruit and subtle pepper spice. Aged in neutral barrels for 18 months, this wine has had some additional age in the bottle making it smooth and balanced.
We source our Cabernet Sauvignon from the Yakima Valley in Washington State. This full-bodied, complex, fruit forward and dry wine taste of heavy red and black fruit. While you can feel the presence of the tannin throughout, this is a smooth and easy drinking Cab. Sauv.
Cabernet Franc is a medium-bodied red wine sourced from Eastern Washington. With notes of savory, bell pepper-like flavors, medium-high acidity and mouthwatering taste. It is an ideal food pairing wine.
With aromas of vanilla, smoke, spice, cedar, molasses and even tar. Petit Verdot offers dense, dark fruit, to the tune of blackberry, black cherry, and black plum on the palate. A real show stopper with nice complexity and a strong finish.