Red Wine | Glass or Bottle

Betz | SUNU | Pinot Noir

15 | 54

SUNU Willamette Valley is a snapshot of multiple vineyard sites, clonal selections and winemaking techniques and represents the marine sedimentary soils which we find so compelling in Northern Oregon. It’s a blend of each of our blocks, with individual barrels selected based on their early approachability and youthful generosity. An absolutely incredible value, it’s elegant, complex and unmistakably Willamette Valley.

Cherry and sliced green-strawberry aromas with some watermelon. Medium body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Dark-hibiscus and candied-citrus aftertaste

Willamette Valley, OR | 2019

Sparkman | Wonderland | Grenache

15 | 54

The 2020 Wonderland leads with a nose of wildflowers, red raspberry, strawberry, and sandalwood, leading to a flavor rush of rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, Asian spices, and vanilla.


Columbia Valley, WA | 2020

Michael Florentino | Sangiovese

15 | 54

Sangiovese have elegant soft aromas.This has a fruit forward bouquet of cherries and plums with a hint of spices, chocolate and earthiness.

Red Mountain, WA | 2014

 

Madrona Bay | Rhone Blend | Elocution

16 | 58

On the nose, this wine has depth! Plum, blueberry compote, rose, herbs de Provence and you could keep on going.


Yakima Valley, WA | 2019

Two Vintners | Merlot

15 | 54

We will say it again: Merlot is good for you. Washington Merlot can stand up against all the best Merlot on the planet. We mean that. It’s special here and Morgan’s belief is that Merlot is the very best Bordeaux variety that Washington grows. This conviction has stayed with him since his time at Columbia Crest in 2006 when he formed the ideology that Syrah and Merlot were the best wines that Washington had to offer the world. That idea was the basis for the beginnings of Two Vintners and we have championed Merlot ever since, and always will. Candle smoke, cherry gummy, licorice, raspberry, vanilla bean and a whiff of orange zest are followed by plump feeling flavors with a light grip of tannin.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2019

Stone Cap | Merlot

9 | 34

Stone Cap is made with estate-grown grapes from the expansive and renowned Goose Ridge Vineyards in Washington State’s Columbia Valley. This Valley and its surrounding rivers were formed during the Ice Age. The soil in this region is frequently wind-blown, leaving a ‘Stone Cap’ on the top of the hill. Our StoneCap Estate Merlot is velvety with flavors of red berry, cherry, and notes of mocha that pairs perfectly with veal or gilled salmon.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2019

Avennia | Lydian | GSM

14 | 52

We believe Washington vineyards produce some of the finest building blocks in the world. With these grapes, and the collective talent behind those growing and working with them, Lydian wines can be as complex, nuanced, and profound as any jazz classic. Fresh and lively on the palate, with strawberry, red cherry, and hints of savory earth, fresh mint, and lavender. A delicious wine.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2021

Pondera | Cab Franc

17 | 62

This Cabernet Franc is such a delightful and captivating wine, delicate but in no way dull. The nose is filled with candied black cherry, ripe blueberry and pretty scents of soft violet and subdued woody spicy notes. The color is a clear sparkling ruby red with a soft hued magenta rim and legs that hypnotically flow down the glass.

The front palette is ripe black cherry, black currant and vanillin followed by wild blackberry, Marion berry and red raspberry, finishing with plum, dark chocolate and soft spices. All the flavors are so expertly integrated and balanced, in every aspect a textbook perfect wine, which is probably the reason it was awarded a Double Gold from SIP Magazine’s Best of the Northwest Competition.

Woodinville, WA | 2019

Alleromb | Cuvée B | Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Malbec

15 | 54

Red and black currants, cocoa powder, plum skin and dark spices. Swirling brings up plum puree, dehydrated strawberries and a hint of sweet lightly toasted vanilla bean. The palate is round and plush with good mid palate sweetness and good acidity. A complex and generous mixture of smoldering red berries and silky tannins carry the finish. An absolutely delicious entry into our Bordeaux reds.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2017

Mark Ryan Winery | Board Track Racer | Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

16 | 58

This second label from Mark Ryan Winery is making a name in its own right. Blackberry, black plum, clove, Mandarin orange essence and spice are followed by well-balanced chocolate and cherry flavors.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2021

Quady North | 4-2,A | Syrah

15 | 54

This wine combines the nuanced expressions of a few select sites in So. Oregon’s Rogue and Applegate Valleys. Dark fruit and roasted aromas overlaya silky smooth texture with a long, supple finish. 4-2,A (or “fortooay,” think Cabernet , Chardonnay , Viognier) was coined by our daughter, Margaux as the varietal name she gave to her own impromptu blends of water and juice.

Rogue Vallery, Southern OR | 2021

Guardian Cellars | Chalk Line | Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah

15 | 54

In its 16th vintage, Chalk Line has become a fan-favorite for all occasions. From once-in-a-lifetime celebrations to Tuesday taco night, this wine always over-delivers. Comprised of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Syrah, 26% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot, this vintage is a blend in the truest sense – it was sourced from all of our red-wine vineyards. For 2021, Chalk Line features notes of sweet blackberry, black cherry, and vanilla. The mouthfeel is vibrant, balanced, and full of nicely structured tannins. This wine was aged 19 months on 41% new French oak before bottling.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2021

Efestē | Final Final | Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah

22 | 82

Cabernet is the foundation of this wine, adding power, structure, richness, grip and complexity. Syrah brings generous, juicy, ripe flavors and a spicy nature.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2019

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