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Wine Club Price: $105.00 $124.00

We have created this gift collection to showcase the very best of the Columbia Gorge and Columbia Valley wines.

The 2017 Dampier Pinot Noir is one of our most popular and award winning wines. 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’s production. This wine has a delicate color opening with aromas of juicy red currant and herbal notes. A soft fruit palate, leads to a bright finish.

Our 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon is a smooth and perfectly balanced wine ready to be enjoyed at any occasion. Aged in barrel for 22 months, our Cabernet Sauvignon is one of our boldest and most distinctive red wines and a quintessential representation of the Pacific Northwest. A bouquet of oak, cedar, white pepper with a hints of wood smoke. The palate is bold and earthy with notes of green peppercorn. Full rustic tannins finish this dry yet full bodied cabernet.

The 2017 Zinfandel comes from Hillside Vineyard, a top vineyard of the Northwest for over 30 years. Located south of The Dalles, OR in the Columbia River Gorge, it is shaped like a catcher’s glove facing solar south. The vineyard produces several amazing varieties of grapes in its extremely diverse micro-climates. Our Zinfandel features the grape’s traditional flavors, yet carries a touch more decadence with a jamminess of deep berry richness and subtle spiciness inherent to the Columbia Valley region. A delightfully lush and vibrant wine with exquisite tannins, aromas of caramel and fig, bright Italian plum, cocoa nib, and delicate spice. Our Zinfandel Reserve is a supple and sensuous treat!

The 2017 Chardonnay: Sourced from the fabled McDuffee Vineyard in The Dalles, this delicious Chardonnay has a higher acidity  more like a true Burgundian. We use a process called “sur lees aging” (stirring of the lees) and partial Malolactic Fermentation to achieve a complete and complex flavor profile that is bright and lively, with notes of pear baked tart and caramel highlights.


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