Un-Oaked Chardonnay, Yakima Valley AVA
A 2011 from the famous Otis Vineyard. Light golden straw in color, the nose offers honeysuckle and lime. Beautifully bright and crisp, the melon evolves into a long, lingering citrus finish. Great with oysters or hard cheese.
Pinot Gris, Columbia Valley AVA
A blend of fruit from Otis Vineyard and Frenchman Hills outside of Royal City. Loaded with layers of ripe peach and grapefruit. This chilled, golden delicacy has a titch of residual sugar and makes a perfect aperitif on its own or paired with savories or chiles.
Sauvignon Blanc from Ancient Lakes AVA, Two Guns Vineyard
Thought you couldn’t find a classic Sauvignon Blanc in Washington? Think again. Bright, fresh and clean, with biting grapefruit and sweet pear aromas. The herbaceous and spicy palate is a pleasant surprise and complimented beautifully with a palate-cleansing tartness. The finish lingers and lingers – a sure sign of class.
Red Wines on Tap
Syrah /Rhone Blend, Wahluke Slope AVA
Syrah and Mouvedre work their magic again in this classic Rhone blend. Loaded with black pepper and smoky cedar tones but never obscuring the delicious black fruit. Subtle notes of dried fruits and licorice continue to emerge as it opens. Pair this with wild mushroom penne in a gorgonzola cheese sauce.
Bordeaux Blend, Wahluke Slope AVA
A big, bold blend dominated by the King – Cabernet Sauvignon and complimented by its essential wingman, smooth, silky Merlot. Rich, black fruit flavors with an undercurrent of dark chocolate. Plenty of tannins to stand up to anything beefy but perfectly balanced by the round, ripe fruit. Not a shrinking violet.
Sangiovese/Super Tuscan Blend from Columbia Valley AVA
The best of all worlds. Fragrant and floral Sangiovese greets you right from the get go and then is followed by the rich, warm barrel-aged Merlot. The bright cherry fruit is the perfect foil for the classic dusty tones of Sangiovese. A wonderful dining companion but quite happy to just sit by the fire as well.
Petit Verdot from Wahluke Slope AVA, 2009
Aromas of fresh cut roses and violets greet you in this warm, elegant varietal. Petit Verdot, meaning a little green, shows its evergreen spicy side complimented with black cherries, blackberries and plum. A rare treat.