Our 2016 Pinot Blanc received a Double Gold medal and 95 point at the 2018 Savor NW wine competition. The wine was made in 100 percent stainless steel.
Originally from the Alsace region of France, the Pinot Blanc grape is a point mutation of Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Popular in Italy, France and Germany, it has really began to evolve in California, Oregon and Canada with small planting’s across Washington State. Medium to dry, our Pinot Blanc produces crisp wines with elegant flavors of pear, juicy white peach and melon with a touch of lime. The bouquet exhibits tropical notes of pineapple, mango and nectarine.
Try it with cured meats and cheeses.
Steamed shellfish in pasta with a nice cream sauce or your favorite poultry dish.
Zweigelt is the most popular red wine varietal in all of Austria. It is named after Professor Fritz Zweigelt who in 1922 crossed St. Laurent with Blaufrankish. His hope was to create a more disease resistant variety able to thrive in the cooler climate terroir of Austria. Its vibrant color, wide variety of food pairings and ability to be served slightly chilled makes it a great wine to enjoy year-round.
With its deep plum-purple color, this wine looks absolutely beautiful in the glass. Fruit forward with soft tannins, the wine requires very little oak during the aging process. The result is a medium-bodied wine with the aromas of fresh raspberry, blackberry and dark brown sugar. The palate is bursting with flavors of black-cherry, plum and blueberry, balanced with a bit of spice.
Pinot Gris is a white-wine grape varietal which originates from the Burgundy region of France. It is a genetic point mutation of Pinot Noir, resulting in a grayish-pink skinned grape. Gris is French for “gray” which refers to the dusty, light gray sheen often found on the grapes after veraison.
Made in 100 percent stainless steel. The wine is floral, it has minerality with aromas of nectarine and honeysuckle.
Semi sweet, crisp and refreshing the palate is packed with flavors of apricot, white nectarine and grapefruit.
Try pairing with chicken fettuccine, roasted turkey breast or grilled sausage and peppers.