Red Wines

2009 Sangiovese
Our Price: $25.00


This wine has an elegant nose with cherry, berry, anise and cinnamon.The palate features bing cherries and strawberries, and notes of clove which continue on to a smooth, long finish. The tartness of the wine works well with food as Sangiovese is a food wine, but can be enjoyed on its own as well. Columbia Valley AVA from the vineyards of Jordan Reed.
2008 Cabernet Sauvignon – Red Mountain
Our Price: $25.00

Right out of the chute with wild blackberry, raspberry and what our winemaker has described very well as earthiness  is what this wine is all about. The mouth feel is big up front with a concentration of blackberry and cinnamon on the mid-palate. Red Mountain AVA from Seth Ryan vineyards
2008 Merlot
Our Price: $26.00

This well-structured blend of Red Mountain and Wahluke Slope grapes has been aged 20 months in French and American oak barrels. Rich with cherries, cranberries and toffee with a smooth mouthfeel and a long, lingering finish. This big-bodied wine goes well with grilled lamb or beef. Seth Ryan vineyards, Red Mountain AVA and Stone Tree Vineyards, Wahluke Slope AVA.  Wine Advocate 2010, issue 190 – 91 points
2008 Cabernet Sauvignon – Horse Heaven Hills
Our Price: $30.00

Pronounced aromas of cherry, caramel and current entice your nose and a strong mid-palate of anise and caramel lasts through the entire finish. Aged for 20 months in a combination of French and American oak, this wine is excellent now but can also be set aside to mature. Enjoy this with a thick rib-eye steak with a lovely port reduction sauce or perhaps braised lamb with fennel. Horse Heaven Hills AVA from Alexandria Nicole’s Destiny Ridge vineyards.
2008 Cabernet Franc
Our Price: $30.00

A spicy wine with black pepper notes on the finish and earthy notes on the nose, this was aged in French and American oak barrels  for 20 months. Filled with flavors of black cherry and berries with notes of vanilla, cocoa, caramel and eucalyptus, this well-structured wine loves grilled foods.  JBK Estates vineyards, Red Mountain AVA and McKinley Springs vineyards, Horse Heaven Hills AVA
2012 Madzin
Our Price: $30.00

Aromas of fig and chocolate tickle the nose from this big Zin! Having a tailgate party for the big game? Burgers and sausage would pair nicely with this wine. A product of a stuck fermentation due to high sugar, there is a bit of sweetness but not the heat of high alcohol with this wine, even though it approaches l6%! The fig and ripe plum flavor comes through with a nice finish that would go nicely with a good cigar. Fruit from Lonesome Springs Vineyard in Wahluke Slope AVA.
2010 Othello (Bordeaux Blend)
Our Price: $45.00

“Othello opens with delightful nuances of black cherry, Marionberry, chocolate and caramel on the nose. The palate flavors are fruit-driven but well-integrated with black cherry moving on to raspberry which stays on through the long finish along with a touch of cigar box. This wine will develop even more with a couple of years in the cellar.
57% HH Cab Sauv, 20% Merlot, 15% Cab Franc, 8% Petite Verdot”
2010 Lady MacBeth
Our Price: $45.00

Our dark Lady begins with bright cherry, black currants and anise aromas on the nose, with cassis notes adding complexity. Loads of cherry, blackberry, marionberry and black currants explode on the tongue and continue through the finish with very good mouth feel. Oak from French and American barrels is nicely integrated. There is a slight tartness that will smooth out over time. This wine is ready to consume now but will develop even more over time.  Lady M is a blend of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, 8% Destiny Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Petit Verdot.
2010 Petit Verdot – Horse Heaven Hills
Our Price: $45.00

Berry, fig and eucalyptus flavors greet the nose, with berry shining through. This huge wine has loads of berry flavors on the palate with overtones of prunes and figs. Clove notes linger through the entire finish.   Horse Heaven Hills AVA from McKinley Springs vineyard.

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