Perfect Pairing Trio Collection

Wine Club Price: $115.00$144.00 $130.00

Featuring 2 award winners, the 2016 Dampier Pinot Noir and the 2016 The Daughters Reserve, these 3 wines are great for the holidays as a gift or enjoyed with family and friends.  Each will pair perfectly with ham, turkey and virtually any side dish, with well balanced acidity that will compliment food, not overwhelm it.  Enjoy!

2016 Dampier Pinot Noir:  Located on the north side of the Columbia River the Dampier Vineyard is in Underwood Mountain, WA. At approximately 1,100 feet, this vineyard benefits from southern facing slopes with great exposure to the sun and cool Gorge winds throughout the growing season. We take the whole vineyard.  It delivers a very fresh and vibrantly fruited style with a crunchy, red fruit core and terrific, lithe, juicy fruit that really pops. Succulent and appealing strong cherry nose.

Awards:  James Suckling Ratings: 92 Points, Gold Medal – 2019 Savor Northwest, Gold Medal – 2020 Great NW Wine Invitational.

2017 Dampier Pinot Noir Reserve: Is from the same vineyard but taken from the Eastern most rows which gain additional flavor from this slightly different soil and exposure.  Featuring a delightful herbaceous nose leading to an earthy, red currant palate with a soft, spicy rhubarb finish. This black label reserve offers a delicate finish that will pair perfectly with any cuisine.

2016 The Daughters Reserve:  A sassy Rhone inspired blend named for the winery owner’s daughter and fitting to her personality!  Bold aromas of currant and ripe raspberry on the nose, followed by an enticing palate of anise, caramel and soft pepper. This superb blend finishes with a subtle spice. It’s a fantastic wine for great times and great company. This second release vintage of The Daughters’ is a blend we’ve looked forward to making and sharing. Pair with smoky BBQ or hearty meats.

Awards:  Gold Medal Winner – 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Competition; Silver Medal Winner – 2018 San Francisco Int’l Competition.

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