El Prat is our OG wine, yo! It’s the first wine we gave
a name to, and was made by blending the only
other two wines we were producing at the time -
Malbec and Cabernet. It was a solid gold hit, and
reminds of the earlier days of the Washington wine
industry when Cab-Merlot blends were so popular
(rightfully so). Rich, dark, easy drinking and great
food wine, it’s still the original for us. El Prat means
prairie in Spanish, and that’s a great way to
describe the landscape of Eastern WA. Label
depicts some scraggly-close up plants one finds in
We have a hard time keeping this chocolate in stock. Delicious white chocolate with orange and a hint of cayenne - if you're not a white chocolate fan, this will win you over, if you are, you'll love this. It's also a perfect pairing with our Sauvignon blanc.
MINI size - 1oz made in a facility that handles nuts, soy, milk, and wheat.
From the brilliant, crazy mind of Albert Adriá of elBulli, this chocolate features a delicious, creamy white chocolate (31%) and flavor crystals of lime and cayenne. Spicy enough to cause a pause, but met with the delicious sweet, smooth white chocolate. If you're a fan of Tajin, this chocolate is for you!
Includes Milk and Soy Made in a facility that handles nuts, peanuts and sesame.
This time-tested combination of dark chocolate, sea salt and almonds is sure to become a favorite. Made with our 63% heirloom chocolate base, which has a red fruit flavor. When you try this bar, think: cherry almond.
From the Producer: Our mini bars represent the evolution of our bar format. Whereas the 70g bars are made to be tasted, enjoyed and savoured over several sittings, the mini bars are crafted to be enjoyed as a single portion. Simply tear open and savour. Enjoy with a morning coffee or as an after dinner treat.
Made from Heirloom Cacao Preservation accredited cocoa beans from Samuel von Rutte's Hacienda Limon farm on the Guantupi River in Ecuador. An extremely palatable high-percentage bar with a rich aroma and a rounded, nutty character.
Ingredients - cocoa beans, cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, minimum 85% cocoa, 20g mini bar. We also handle gluten, dairy & nuts on the premises.
From the Producer: Our mini bars represent the evolution of our bar format. Whereas the 70g bars are made to be tasted, enjoyed and savoured over several sittings, the mini bars are crafted to be enjoyed as a single portion. Simply tear open and savour. Enjoy with a morning coffee or as an after-dinner treat.
This chocolate is a unique combination of our two signature (and favourite) products: dark chocolate and sourdough. Our sourdough crumbs and a touch of sea salt add crunch and a smooth, malty flavour to the Ecuadorian chocolate.
Ingredients - cocoa beans, cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, breadcrumbs (wheat flour, natural sourdough starter, sea salt), sea salt, minimum 66% cocoa. We also handle gluten, dairy & nuts on the premises.
RAW chocolate bar! A chocolate bar that's extra good for you? You bet! From Utah, this delicious chocolate features raw chocolate, raw cocoa butter, black lager from Uinta Brewery, and honey. Fruit and smokey, this is a delicious bar to enjoy as a sweet treat, or to pair with cheeses and meats to amplify your charcuterie tray into something special.
Inspired by Singapore's iconic satay sauce, this bar is made with caramelized peanuts and smoked sun-dried chili peppers. Blended together with their Indonesian origin Pack Eddy 70% dark chocolate, this unapologetically bold and fiery chocolate is addictive and will you craving for more.
If you're thinking typical anchovies: STOP! These are delicious anchovies in rich extra virgin olive oil, prepared in the same way sardines are. These are firmer, richer and have an inherent smokey quality to them vs sardines. Good for you and a great value - each tin serves two. Great way to stock up your pantry, make some no-cook meals (add to salads, sandwiches, just crackers). These beauties are great with red and white wine alike!
Yep, the same Patagonia - they've decided to dip their toes in the conservas market. It makes sense - camping with tinned seafood is a no-brainer. Shelf stable, super healthy, and delicious - you can make a meal with the pop of a tin and a sleeve of saltines. However, we're not going lie - we were a tad skeptical. There are plenty of delicious, well established, time-honored conservas producers out there, so why bother? But then we tried it - and yes - please bother.
Acting as a broker, Patagonia is using their leverage as a well known name to help support hook and line fishing and fish preserving off the Spanish coast. Working, with small fisherman and canning facilities, they're not only helping keep these folks in business, but producing some amazing tins. This roasted garlic mackerel is yummy right out of the tin. Grab some crackers or bread and you're set. But you can also use it in lieu of canned tuna for your favorite pantry dishes - mackerel salad for sandwiches, on greens, mackerel melt, pasta dishes, over rice, etc. These tins look small, but with the olive oil and packed full they serve two for a full meal, or 4 for a snack.
From Basque Country is a delicious brand, Olasagasti, that's been producing Basque conservas with an Italian twist for decades. This is a great example of that - tender white beans, potatoes and tunny belly fillets. Easy way to elevate your camping experience, but also a really great tin to have on hand for the fastest of dinners. Delicious right out of the tin - however if you're not a fan of cold beans, you can heat the whole tin in a pot of warm water, closed, and then carefully open, or you can remove top and cover with foil and heat up in a toaster oven, or of course, you can empty into a microwave safe bowl and heat up in your microwave. Add salad and you have a dinner!
Delicious shelf-stable salami by Coro out of Seattle. Please note salami included will be what we have in stock and could be Classic, Lemongrass, Molé, or Peppercorn. Include a note if you have a specific request.
These plump, tender, olives can turn olive haters into olive lovers. And if you're already an olive lover, you'll be infatuated with these buttery, rich, sweet olives that are much more mild than some other varieties, but not any less tasty. Hard to find these beauties cost more, but once you pop open a jar, you'll understand why.