Unique, terroir-driven wines from the best vineyards in Eastern Oregon and Washington
100% Syrah, Bacchus Vineyard, Columbia Valley. Bacchus Vineyards is one of the most consistent vineyards we work with; it delivers intense Syrah every year.
Vibrant deep purple in color. The aromatics lead with Asian spices and earth and give way to notes of black currant, blackberry, leather, cedar, tobacco, and tar.
Deep ruby color with a layered bouquet of black cherry, cassis, orange peel, nutmeg, rose petal, graphite, and herbs.
Dense, dark purple color with bouquet of huckleberry, blackberry, tar, bacon fat, Asian spice, black plum, and scorched earth.
While barrel tasting our 2008 Mourvedre, a number of people beseeched us to bottle it as a single varietal wine. After some critical analysis of the wine, we decided to listen to the voice of the people.
The 2014 Occam’s Razor is a proprietary red table blend sourced from some of the finest vineyards in the Yakima Valley, Red Mountain, Walla Walla Valley, and Columbia Valley AVAs.
The blend for the 2013 Creative Impulse is 69% Cabernet Sauvignon and 31% Merlot. Deep ruby in color with a complex bouquet of cassis, mint, anise, menthol, violet, nutmeg, earth, and gravel.
Our second version of En Passant, as luck would have it, is also a merlot. And what a merlot it is! Once again we decided to bottle the wine in magnums only.
The 2013 QED offers complex aromatics with a dense mid-palate and a very long finish.
Petit Verdot the way it should be made – with finesse, power, complexity. Collectors of this wine will note the similarities to the 2012 vintage.
Our homage to Priorat, this wine is a blend of Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah.
Light straw in color, the wine offers superb aromatics of apple, pear, spice, petrol, and white flowers. The aromatic complexity follows through on the palate with notes of spice, mineral, wet stone, apple, pear, and lime.
Tastings by appointment only for parties less than 9.
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