Our Red Wines

2013 SANGIOVESE

Sangiovese’s high acidity and moderate alcohol makes it a very food-friendly wine. Aged for 15 months in new and used American oak barrels, this wine has a long warm finish complimented with hints of berry. A medium bodied wine and a good choice for Italian and other Mediterranean-style cuisines.

2013 SYRAH - NEW RELEASE

Medium to full-bodied finely structured Washington Syrah with elegant tannins. Deep ruby red in color, this varietal has subtle hints of vanilla, dark berry and black pepper. Made from grapes sourced in eastern Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills, we were nearly the last to pick the fruit - which allowed the Syrah flavors to fully develop. Aged for 15 months in American Oak barrels, it will drink wonderfully now or if you can hold onto it, it will age incredibly well. Pairs well with cheddar, soft cheeses, lamb, hearty beef stew or foods rich with smoky flavor.

2013 CABERNET SAUVIGNON

This smooth and sassy full-bodied Washington Cab with elegant and finely structured mouth full of cassis and blackberry bomb, is sure to please. Made from grapes carefully transported over the mountains from Yakima Valley, this wine has been aged 15 months in mostly new and some once used American oak with a nice vanilla mid palette. This fruit forward style of Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic. Enjoy with a thick   T-Bone or Sirloin steak!

2013 MALBEC 

Wow. If you are looking for full-bodied finely structured red wine with tons of fruit, ample tannins, with a smooth smoky finish - this is your wine. Deep purple with strong overtones of blackberry, dark fruits, chocolate and subtle vanilla. This was the second year we sourced grapes from the Horse Heaven Hills region of Washington, and the quality was excellent. This wine spent 15 months in new and once used American oak barrels before receiving another 12 months of bottle aging prior to release. Drinks wonderfully now or in the next three years. Pair with barbequed pork, roast beef, tomato based dishes and as well as our favorite, Manchego.