…fruit primarily from four vineyards: Two Champoux Vineyard in the , in which they are a part owner; Discovery Vineyard also in the Horse Heaven Hills; and Ciel on Vineyard . Will produces "white label" single-vineyard blends as well as "black label" wines, which are typically varietally-labeled and offered at a lower price point. …, their estate vineyard in the Yakima Valley;
…'s top vineyards in ( 25%), Yakima Valley ( 33%) and ( 15%).
In's words: "We are very pleased with this new blend featuring penetrating aromatics — yet a supple mouthfeel from ."
We expect this wine, to be released at the Nov. 8 dinner, to showcase not only Bob Betz's exemplary winemaking style but also the best of Washington grapes.
Tickets are available at the Taste of …
2012 Avennia Oliane( Yakima Valley, ) : 100% Sauvignon Blanc. Pale, straw yellow in color. Nice nose with peach and floral aromas and flavors. Dry and light-bodied with crisp acidity and a creamy mouthfeel.
Quality: 3 stars (out of 5)
: 1 bang for your buck (out of 5)
Where to buy: Received as sample, suggested retail $ 25
…Waitsburg Cellars Old Vine Pinot Gris - 2012 , sourced from the Yakima Valley. Easy drinking! Aromas of an apple farm and hints of rain. Honeydew, muskmelon, pears and apple, with just a hint of citrus are on the palate. This is a summer porch sippin' wine, but easy to pair with some favorite summer menus, as well.
Harvested in the cool early-morning hours, the fruit was immediately delivered to the winery and without delay, was gently whole-cluster pressed. The aromatics are feminine with notes of orange blossom. On the palate there are flavors of honey, crisp apples, and stone fruit with a light mineral finish.
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Yakima Valley 30th Anniversary
The Yakima Valley is Washington's first American Viticultural Area, approved 30 years ago in 1983. It's also steeped in the early history of the Washington wine industry. Some of the state's first European wine grapes were planted in Sunnyside by William B. Bridgman in 1917. The legendary Dr. Walter Clore came to the Yakima Valley soon after Prohibition was repealed and began planting grapes in the '50s and '60s to show …
SEATTLE,(March 26, 2013)— Thousands of wine consumers gathered at this weekend for the annual celebration hosted by the and . The highlight of the two-day event was a series of seminars led by top wine-makers and leading wine experts; and this year's seminars [...]
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Yakima Valley 30th Anniversary
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We organize our tasting route in advance every year. One year, we decided to only taste pours from wineries or wines that we had never before experienced. Another year, we decided to only drink …
ByIt happens every year, the Yakima Valley teams with extra visitors hoping to check out some delicious red wine and chocolate pairings at wineries of the valley. One simply pays a $ 35 fee for a "passport" and it enables you to waive all the tasting fee's at participating wineries - which includes [...]
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