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Wine of the Month Spotlight
May Wines of the Month - St. Supery
St. Supery Estate Vineyards and Winery, a family owned Napa Valley estate with over 515 acres of sustainably farmed vineyards, specializes in Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Winemaker Michael Scholz brings thirty years of experience in winemaking beginning with his family’s vineyards in Barossa Valley, Australia. Today, Michael is responsible for crafting St. Supery Estate’s award-winning wines.
Napa Valley Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Wine Club Price per bottle $12.00
Crisp, bright grapefruit and lime dominate the aromatics. Flavors of fresh lime and grapefruit persist with elements of kiwi, citrus and caper.
Napa Valley Estate Cabernet
Wine Club Price per bottle $17.00
Luxurious, rich and concentrated aromas of black cherry, currant and blueberry are just the start of this 2007 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon.
Napa Valley Estate Elu 2008
Wine Club Price per bottle $39.00
Flavors of blackberry and sweet black cherry combine with toasted barrel maturation, hints of anise and a subtle, dusty sense of terroir.
Dollarhide Cabernet 2009
Wine Club Price per bottle $55.00
This single vineyard Cabernet has rich ripe aromas of black currant and refined flavors of dark plum complemented by sweet notes of toffee. This is a big, structured wine, excellent in type and style.
April Wines of the Month - Sleight of Hand Cellars
The Spellbinder 2011
Wine Club Price per bottle $16.00
The 2011 Spellbinder is a blend of 50% Merlot, 27% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Malbec, 9% Syrah and 2% Sangiovese. The fresh red and black fruits are buoyed by bright acids that are the hallmark of the cooker 2011 vintage in Washington State. The Spellbinder has always been crafted with the idea that wine is meant to be paired with food and shared with friends, and this vintage is no different. Although this wine will certainly age gracefully, it is already approachable and will make a great table companion to roasted meats, pasta and poultry dishes.
The Magician 2012
Wine Club Price per bottle $13.50
The 1012 Magician is 100% Riesling from Evergreen Vineyard, located on the cliffs high above the Columbia River in the middle of Washington State. Evergreen has established itself as the premier vineyard site for cool climate varietals, and this wine is a testament to that. 2012 was a warm vintage, but Evergreen's location mitigates the heat that helps allow for extra hang time for the grapes, which menas more flavor, while maintaining the beautiful acidity that is the framework for this wine. Bright, crisp and juicy are the hallmarks of this Riesling, full of green apple and pear notes, juicy minerality, and refreshing citrus notes. The sweetness is perfectly balanced by the acids, and if there were a perfect wine for spicy foods, this is the one!
March Wines of the Month - Behrens & Hitchcock
February Wines of the Month - Long Shadows Wineries and Vineyards
After twenty years at the helm of the Stimson Lane wine group (Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Crest and other wineries), Allen Shoup retired to pursue a personal dream. For years he had envisioned a joint ven-ture with highly acclaimed winemakers from different regions of the world. His goal was to bring their ex-pertise to Washington to create some of the most special wines ever crafted from the region’s top vine-yards; wines that would stand shoulder to shoulder with the world’s best. His vision is now unfolding. Long Shadows winemaker-partners are designing world-class wines comparable in stature to those they crafted in their native wine regions. They are touring the land, running the soil through their fingers, surveying with practiced eye the leafy trellises that spill down the hillsides of the Columbia Valley.
2011 Poet’s Leap Riesling
Wine Club Price per bottle $15.50
Fresh, clean and crisp, the 2011 Poet’s Leap offers generous aromas of fresh citrus, star fruit, kumquat and flint with flavors of ripe melon and white peach that dance on the palate. This is a lively Riesling with just a hint of sweetness, wonderfully balanced by its natural acidity and a clean, racy finish.
2009 Feather Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Club Price per bottle $44.00
An expressive wine of elegance offering layers of black cherry, dried currant and spice laced with nuances of licorice and dark chocolate for added complexity. Dark fruit and refined tannins provide wonderful texture and a lingering finish.
Wine Club Price per bottle $38.50
A rich, deeply colored Bordeaux blend bursting with complex aromas and flavors of wild berries, black cherry, currant, licorice and cedar. Firm and focused, yet elegantly styled, the 2007 Pirouette combines richness and depth with silky tannins to provide a lush mouthfeel and lingering finish.
Wine Club Price per bottle $38.50
Red currents and ripe, wild strawberries meld with oak spice and an attractive hint of earthiness in this bright, vibrant wine. Well-integrated tannins provide a velvety mouth-feel, layers of structure and a long, pleasant finish.
January Wines of the Month - Elevation Cellars
Matthew Loso, former winemaker of Matthews Cellars, has teamed up with winemaker Steven Stuart to create Elevation Cellars. The name originate with the French winemaking term elevage and represents the integration of the “journey from the grape to the glass”. Their winemaking is inspired by the beauty of Washington state which encompasses great bodies of water, rolling vineyards and soaring mountains.
2011 Imperium Riesling
Wine Club Price $11.95
Enticing aromas of pear, apple, honeysuckle, clover and wet stone. The flavors are fresh and racy, with vibrant pineapple and apricot flavors overlaying notes of flinty minerals, peach stones and grape skins. On the back, zesty fruit acids keep the wine lively all the way through the lingering honeyed finish.
Wine Club Price $19.95
Bold and compact, with concentrated currant, black cherry and spice, firming up on the finish. A wine of intense structure, richness and concentration. The purity of currant, mineral, black cherry is deliciously focused and the tannins are ripe making this a very approachable wine, but it is built to age more than 10 years.
Wine Club Price $26.99
Complex and rich with a core of ripe, spicy currant, black cherry and plum that is pure and focused, elegant and juicy, with an amazing finish that reverberates with flavor and refined tannin. Shows great balance and concentration. Great now, but Monolith will continue to intensify in 8-12 years.
December Wines of the Month - Chateau Ste. Michelle
Chateau Ste. Michelle is proud to partner with Washington restaurants to support the fifth annual “Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship” program to benefit Viticulture and Enology programs at Washington State University and other Northwest universities. Nearly 200 restaurants in Washington have participated in the Raise A Glass, Fund a Scholarship program, which runs through the end of December 2012. Since the program started in 2008, together we have raised over $200,000 for future wine industry professional scholarships.
2010 Indian Wells Red Blend
Wine Club Price $10.00
Jammy boysenberry flavors from the Syrah with a luscious backbone from the Merlot. The other varieties add the “spices” that all winemakers love to work with.
2010 Canoe Ridge Estate Merlot
Wine Club Price $11.00
Aroma of white pepper, chocolate and spice lead to appealing flavors of mocha, blackber-ry and raspberry with a rich toastiness. Substantial but round tannins make this a full bod-ied Merlot.
2008 Ethos Syrah
Wine Club Price $14.50
The ultimate combination of power and softness. The wine offers a rich mouthful of dark boysenberry fruit with hints of earth among layers of complexity and depth and a sweet finish.
2008 Ethos Cabernet
Wine Club Price $28.00
Showcases the power and richness of Washington fruit combined with an Old World ele-gance. This Cabernet offers layers of fruit and complexity with seamless and silky tannins.
2007 Col Solare
Wine Club Price $44.00
Rich and full of flavor, offers aromatics and flavors of crushed berries, cassis, black fruit, and tobacco along with a rich and silky palate and a lingering finish.
November Wines of the Month - Wines from the 3rd Annual Wine Fair and Gala
Nickel & Nickel
Walla Walla vs. Napa
Heitz Wine Cellars
October Wines of the Month - Terra Blanca
In the early 1990s, Napa land prices were exploding, Paso Robles was starting to look like a great alternative and only a small number of wine cognoscenti had ever even heard of wines from the state of Washington. A handful of amateur winemakers, inspired by and following the guidance of Dr. Walter Clore, had been experimenting with wine grapes on Red Mountain since the late ‘70s. While on a business trip to this region in the early 90s, Keith had a chance to taste some of the fruit while walking through a Red Mountain vineyard.Keith investigated the Red Mountain area because, as a geologist, he was knowledgeable about the geology in the area. Upon visiting Red Mountain he was impressed with the concentration and depth of the fruit produced. Keith and ReNae purchased the first parcels of land on Red Mountain in 1992 and began developing the property in 1993. They added roads and wells in 1993 and progress was so rapid it allowed the first 40 acres of vines to be planted as well. By the autumn of 1993, Terra Blanca had its first crush with purchased fruit.
Wine Club Price $39.00
Terra Blanca’s signature Bordeaux blend from the Red Mountain Estate vineyard. It jumps out of the glass with a huge concentration of dark fruits. Smooth textures and flavors of marionberry wash over the mouth with a long, rich cassis and dark chocolate finish.
2007 Signature Series Cabernet
Wine Club Price $29.50
This 100% Red Mountain Cabernet starts with intense fragrances of black cherry, violet, plum and cedar surrounding layers of chocolate and ripe black currant. Hints of anise and spice compliment the black fruit flavors and firm tannins. A deep, lingering finish is filled with nuances of spice and chocolate.
2008 Arch Terrace Malbec
Wine Club Price $18.00
Aromas of ripe cherry, plum and intense white pepper lead to a concentrated palette of candied raspberry and boysenberry. The ample fine grained tannins are well hidden by the supple fruits but promote substantial longevity to the wine.
2009 Arch Terrace Chardonnay
Wine Club Price $11.00
This Columbia Valley Chardonnay has a grassy citrus quality in the nose that leads into a pear and light toast taste on the palette. The soft rounded edges are wrapped around a balanced acid profile and soft finish.
September Wines of the Month - Merryvale
The first winery built in Napa Valley following the repeal of Prohibition, Merryvale is located in the heart of America's premier wine region. Their goal is to create elegant, complex world-class wines in the finest European style while showcasing the exceptional fruit from their sustainably farmed Estate vineyards Merryvale was awarded California winery of the year in 2009 by Quarterly Wine Review magazine and has won multiple awards for it’s singular wines.
2010 Carneros Chardonnay
Wine Club Price $24.00
Produced from selected vineyard blocks where grapes exhibit exceptional balance, complexity and concentra-tion. Their winemaking employs ample new French oak for added grace and dimension. Rich, round and seamless, this wine is made from their finest barrels of Chardonnay - with distinct, opulent aromas and flavors specific to its appellation.
2007 Napa Valley Cabernet
Wine Club Price $57.00
The 2007 Napa Cabernet is very dark red in color with aromas of currants, black cherry, violets, and cedar along with vanilla and toasty oak. The mouthfeel is generous with fine tannins and a long finish. Typical of the 2007 vintage, this cabernet will drink very well in its youth, but will age gracefully for the next 10 years and beyond.
Napa Valley Merlot
Wine Club Price $38.50
The 2007 Napa Valley Merlot shows aromas of plum and brambly blackberry along with vanilla, dark chocolate, baking spices and roasted sage. The mouthfeel is broad and lingering into the finish. The wine will age gracefully for the next ten years. Favorite pairings include homemade pasta with veal and very sharp cheeses.
Wine Club Price $19.50
Grown in top vineyards across the Napa Valley, Starmont Cabernet lots were hand selected for their rich and robust flavors and fine tannins. The wine exhibits aromas of cassis, brambly blackberry jam, perfumed violets and baked pastry notes. The mouthfeel is rich and broad with fine tannins leading to a very long finish.
August Wines of the Month - Sparkman Cellars
Inspired by the birth of our first daughter Stella Mae (and later, her sister Ruby Leigh), we decided to have a life focused on family. Having just become new parents, we took some time to think about what our priorities and goals were, and how to at-tain those goals. After plenty of family conversation, a winery seemed to make sense. We are privileged to have enduring relationships with the Pacific Northwest’s finest growers and winemakers from many years in the restaurant community, many who have become great friends. With all that support, and even more from our par-ents, we started our little winery in 2004. Our style produces artisan handcrafted award-winning wines, some of them highly sought after. Contributing to our commu-nity and to causes that resonate with our family are another way that the wine world helps make our lives rich. In the future we hope to be known for the outlandish things we do in far away sunny places.
2011 Lumiere Chardonnay
Wine Club Price $20.00
Crisp, clean and balanced with a nose packed with crushed stones, apples, and pear, Lumière explodes on the palate with an avalanche of wild tropical fruits like rambutan and lychee all riding on its creamy richness, and finishing with its trademark minerality. Best with pieces of Dungeness crab on your face and lemon butter dripping off your chin.
2009 Ruby Leigh
Wine Club Price $37.00
Ruby Leigh, like its namesake, our youngest, is powerful elegance. Washington merlot is often mistaken for cabernet sauvignon. The nose is wild with violets, French vanilla, milk chocolate, and cassis. A rich supple texture exudes black cherry, mocha and subtle sweet oak. Showy as ever, this will mature and become more complex as it enters adolescence and the dating years...
2009 Kingpin Cabernet
Wine Club Price $51.00
Wanna whole lotta love? Sitting in Klipsun Vineyard sometimes you might just think you hear Black Dog rolling out of the vines. It's the Led Zeppelin of Washington vineyards. We added a little Petit Verdot from Double Canyon Vineyard for spice. This version is truffly and forest floorish, super rich and burly, with black fruits and spice all nicely balanced around sweet and subtle vanilla oak. Will rock on until Robert Plant is in a wheelchair. Maybe longer...
These wines are in very limited supply so we are limiting orders to three bottles of each varietal per person. After August 16th the remaining supply will be released to sell with no limits.
July Wines of the Month
When Steve Reeder and Dave Matthews first met, they realized they had a few things in common, like a passion for making wine at least as strong as their passion for drinking it. They set out into wine country, looking for a way to make quality wines accessible to everyone. Along the way they found inspiration in the down-to-earth characters and unforgettable flavors that give the region its When you get two people to-gether who share the same passion, interesting things are bound to happen. Whether it’s finding the right notes and rhythms in a piece of music, or the right tones and flavors in a great bottle of wine, Steve and Dave know how to create something special that not only entertains but really hits the spot. Like the saying goes - "Great minds drink a like."
Wine Club Price $12.50
For Crush Dave and I hand-selected a special blend of our favorite varieties to create a red wine that pulls you in with notes of smokey berry and a pop of raspberry jam. Around the dinner table or out on the patio, it's a wine you are going to want to share with your favorite people." - Steve Redder on his wine collaboration with Dave Matthews
"I swallowed it before I put the glass down. There was no opportunity to spit." - Dave Matthews on the tradition of wine tasting
Wine Club Price $12.50
“When I first met Dave, we talked about making a Chardonnay that captured the distinct citrus notes of the Central Coast. With it’s big fruit and loads of spice we think this wine lives up to that promise. We hope you agree.” - Steve Reeder on The Dreaming Tree Chardonnay
“How simple, delicious and inviting can you make a Chardonnay?”- Dave Matthews on making a great white wine
Wine Club Price $12.50
“When you are working with Dave you want to make sure that whatever you’re doing has soul. The rhythm of our North Coast Cabernet highlights classic aromas of blackberry, cherry and herbal notes wrapped by toasted vanilla. It’s and easy drinking wine with a lot of character.” - Steve Reeder
“If it tastes good to you then it’s good wine.”- Dave Matthews’ wine philosophy
June Wines of the Month - Cakebread Cellars
Over 39 years ago, Jack Cakebread came to photograph the Napa Valley for a book and while there, he casually mentioned his interest in one day owning a vineyard to some family friends who had a ranch in Rutherford. When he returned home that afternoon, the phone rang and it was the family friends offering to sell their property. He headed back up to the valley that same afternoon to make his best offer, and Cakebread Cellars was born. As the Cakebread family reflects upon the many profound changes in the wine industry over the last 38 years, such as innovative farming techniques and new methods of reaching out to consumers, they note that their key values have remained the same. Dedication to making the highest quality wines and a commitment to family has followed a continuum as their first small vineyard has grown into a thriving internationally distributed wine company.
Wine Club Price per bottle $33.00
An attractive light golden-straw color and fresh, lightly buttery, ripe golden apple, pear and citrus aromas, complemented by seductive vanilla and cinnamon/nutmeg scents from oak aging and subtle yeast tones from lees contact. Lush, concentrated and creamy on the palate, its ripe apple, melon, bright citrus and baking spice flavors culminate in a long, beautifully structured finish boasting crisp acidity and zesty mineral and spice tones.
Wine Club Price per bottle $23.50
A beguilingly fresh nose of ripe red and black fruits – cherry, wild raspberry and blackberry – supplemented by fragrant notes of mineral, mountain spice and vanilla. On the big-bodied, smoothly textured and beautifully balanced palate, juicy black cherry and wild berry flavors take center stage, with refreshing flint, mineral and dusty blackberry tones filling the long, complex finish.
Wine Club Price per bottle $48.00
Bright, sweet black cherry and plum compote aromas, complemented by tea-leaf spice and oak vanillin scents, introduce our lovely 2008 Napa Valley Merlot, which follows through on the smooth, round palate with succulent, mouthfilling, ripe cherry and plum flavors. Displaying a deep, expansive mid-palate, fine underlying structure and a lingering, zesty finish enlivened by black tea spice tones.
Wine Club Price per bottle $58.00
The wonderfully pure, pretty nose of our is redolent of warm berry cobbler, with lovely toasted boysenberry and blackberry scents joined by hints of wild cherry, loamy earth and oak vanillin. On the supple, beautifully structured palate, the wine offers rich, vibrant blackberry, plum and black cherry flavors framed by perfectly integrated tannins and a long, savory finish.
May Wines of the Month - Stanton Vineyards
One of my favorite stops on our recent trip through Napa Valley was Doug Stanton’s St. Helena vineyard. Not only was it the most peaceful setting we visited but I tasted the best wine I had all weekend— Stanton Vineyards Petite Sirah. I came home with mixed case of the Petite Sirah and the Estate Cabernet (it was also excellent) which I am excited to share with our Wine Club. The Stanton family have been growing grapes in Napa Valley since 1947 and have been making wine since 1999. Their three vineyards have supplied some of the best wineries in the valley with grapes—Joseph Phelps, Del Dotto and Stag’s Leap Winery just to name a few. Doug Stanton has award winning winemaker Dave Phinney, of Orin Swift fame, making his wines and the marriage between these two masters of their craft results in two truly amazing wines
Stanton Vineyards Cabernet
Wine Club Price per bottle $59.00
The Oakville appellation in Napa Valley has long been recognized as a unique combination of soil, topography and climate that join together to create an environment optimal to producing world class Cabernet Sauvignon. For over 40 years the Stanton Family has grown exceptional cabernet grapes on their 42-acre Oakville vineyard. Beginning in 1999, they have sourced fruit from a small section of this vineyard to produce a limited number of cases of 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. In 2009 growing conditions were ideal. The result: a wine that is intensely concentrated with expressive aromas of ripe cassis, blackberry and blueberry, masterfully integrated with 50% new French oak by winemaker Dave Phinney.
Stanton Vineyards Petite Sirah
Wine Club Price per bottle $37.00
Consistent and loyal fans of Stanton Petite Sirah will not be disappointed with this 2009 offering. This fruit-driven Petite Sirah is every bit as rich, opulent and structured as previous Stanton Petite Sirahs. Its dark, brooding texture is masterfully integrated to allow the chocolate berry fruit to shine bright against the nice oak finish. Another success from wine grower Doug Stanton and winemaker Dave Phinney. We hope you enjoy drinking our wine as much as we enjoyed growing and producing it for you!
April Wines of the Month - Spring Valley Vineyard
The land that the Corkrum, Derby, and Elvin families farm today is rich with history dating back to the mid 1800’s, when current vineyard owner Shari Corkrum Derby’s grandfather Uriah Corkrum began farming in the area. Uriah experienced success farming in the 1880’s but unfortunately lost everything in the first great depression of 1893. He persevered though and acquired the land now known as Spring Valley in 1910.
In 1993, Shari and Dean Derby planted the first grapes at Spring Valley. The first vintage of Estate grown and bottled Spring Valley Vineyard wines were produced with the 1999 vintage. The Derbys’ son Devin Corkrum Derby served as winemaker until his untimely death in 2004. Devin’s assistant and friend Serge Laville took over as winemaker and continues the legacy of Spring Valley Vineyard.
Wine Club Price per bottle $33.00
This has density without excess weight, showing a real depth to its cherry, cinnamon, almond and cedar flavors, lingering against crisp tannins. Impressive for its deft balance and the way the finish sneaks up on you. The Uriah was in the Top 50 Wines of Washington and scored 93 points from Wine Spectator.
Wine Club Price per bottle $33.00
Dense and juicy, this is packed with disarmingly delicious currant, plum, roasted meat and mineral flavors, and when the finish kicks in this shows elegance and finesse. Offers power and personality, with deft balance. This Washington gem also scored 93 points from Wine Spectator.
Wine Club Price per bottle $41.00
It has the power and concentration of the other Spring Valley wines, but with a bit more restraint. Sweetly fruity, with jammy notes of cherry compote and cassis, it’s backed with chocolaty tannins and an overriding sense of muscular power. This Cabernet Franc scored 92 points from Wine Advocate. Extremely Limited Stock!!!
Wine Club Price per bottle $41.00
The rarest of the Spring Valley wines, this pure Cabernet Sauvignon offers ripe plum fruit flavors, wrapped in baking chocolate and licorice. It finishes with accents of sandalwood and citrus. Scored 91 points from Wine Spectator.
Extremely Limited Stock!!!!
February Wines of the Month - Reininger Walla Walla Valley Wintery
Prior to making high-quality wines in the Walla Walla Valley, Chuck Reininger could be found high atop mountains as a senior climbing guide for a Tacoma based company. When Chuck met and married Tracy Tucker, a Walla Walla native, he hung up his ice axe and moved to the valley to begin a new chapter in his life. Prior to moving to Walla Walla, Chuck helped long-time friends with crush at Waterbrook winery. He began experimenting with home winemaking in 1993 and officially caught the “wine bug.” His weekend hobby quickly turned into a dream to produce super-premium wines of his own: “I became obsessed with starting my own winery,” he admits. In 1997, Chuck and Tracy Reininger launched their dream – owning a premiere winery in the Walla Walla Valley.
2007 Helix Pomatia
Wine Club Price per bottle $12.50
Blend—38% Syrah, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Franc. Voluptuous dark ripe fruit of cherries and plums bathing in a tub of chocolate with French vanilla coffee beans and a eucalyptus leaf floating on top. A romantic wine indeed. 88 points—Wine Spectator
2008 Reininger Cabernet
Wine Club Price per bottle $24.00
This well-structured, fantastic wine features notes of chocolate covered cherry, cinnamon, cedar, pencil shavings, and a dusty element of cocoa powder. Cinnamon, dark chocolate, mixed red berries, and espresso round out the palate with a healthy serving of very fine-grain tannins and balanced acidity. It is luxurious, round and sexy with a finish like a long dark hallway made of dark chocolate. 92 points—Wine Spectator
2007 Reininger Carmenere
Wine Club Price per bottle $25.50
Like a steamy Danielle Steele novel, our Carmenere is bound to make your heart race. Aromas of stewed fruits, fresh, decadent strawberries, and spicy black pepper pique your interest as you then delve deeper into the big, ripe, blackberry, rich black cherry, and peppercorn on your tongue. Swoon over the incredibly smooth mouthfeel as the flavors coat your tongue and coax you into ecstasy. 92 points—Wine Advocate
2005 Reininger Cima
Wine Club Price per bottle $35.75
Blend—50% Sangiovese, 16% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot, 17% Petit Verdot. Five years of patience and aging has brought the advent of Cima, the marriage of a Tuscan bride who discovered her Bordeaux lover in the folds of the Walla Walla Valley earth. Sumptuous velvet tannins embrace the brightness of sour cherry, the strength of dark plum and the youthful adventure of blackberry to brush ones sole with gentle comfort and wisdom, similar to the affectionate touch of a grandmother’s hand. 93 points—Wine Spectator.
January Wines of the Month - Hightower Cellars
Two energetic, twenty-something Seattlites launched Hightower Cellars with an idealistic fantasy of creating an exceptional, high-quality wine that would enhance enjoyment of everyday life. Renting a non-descript warehouse space in Woodinville--former home to a few prominent wineries in Washington State--the young couple dove into their dream while keeping their day jobs. Now Hightower Cellars sources fruit from a wide variety of carefully chosen, skillfully managed vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills, Red Mountain and Walla Walla Valley appellations such as Pepper Bridge and Alder Ridge.
2007 Hightower Cabernet
Wine Club Price per bottle $26.95
It has a very aromatic nose – full of dark fruits, Red Mountain sweet minerality with just a hint of butterscotch. The wine has so much fruit on the nose and on the palate that it is not overwhelmed with the new oak, but rather the wine and the oak really compliment each other. It has Washington’s great acidity that will make it a great food wine or allow it to age and keep all that fruit intact.
2009 Out of Line Red Wine
Wine Club Price per bottle $19.50
This wine has heady mingled aromas and flavors of dark cherry, cedar, graphite, cassis and kola. We heard an expression the other day that we think applies to this wine – It feels like an angel in velvet pants going down your throat. Varietals: 42% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cab Franc, 8% Malbec, 8% Petit Verdot
2008 Pepper Bridge Red
Wine Club Price per bottle $21.95
The 2008 Pepper Bridge Red Wine is fresh and fruity with lots of floral and pleasing menthol top notes. The acid and oak tannins are very nicely integrated. There is lots of bold fruit in the mouth. Although is a 100% Merlot without the normal Cab that is usually blended with it to provide
structure, it is probably the biggest Pepper Bridge Blend to date.
2007 Red Mountain Blend
Wine Club Price $40.30
This wine, the 5th release of our top end Red Mountain appellation wine, is 100% from Red Mountain grapes and almost half from our estate vineyard. On the palate this is a mouth filling burst of dark fruits, blackberry, cassis and plum with round chewy tannins and flavors that linger on and on leaving you savoring the last swallow, but salivating for more.
December Wines of the Month - Chateau Ste. Michelle Viticulture and Enology!
Col Solare 2007
Wine Club Price $44.00
Aromas of black cherry, currants and ripe black berries along with subtle hints of espresso and vanilla in the nose. Full bodied and rich with flavors of dark chocolate, black fruits and coconut spice. An absolute steal at this price!! Scored 93 points from Wine Advocate.
Chateau St. Michelle “Ethos” Syrah 2007
Wine Club Price $22.00
The ultimate combination of power and softness. The wine offers a rich mouthful of dark brambleberry fruit. with hints of chocolate and earth amidst layers of complexity and depth. Scored 91 points from Wine Advocate.
Chateau St. Michelle “Cold Creek” Cabernet 2007
Wine Club Price $19.25
Cabernet from this iconic 35-year-old vineyard always delivers power, structure and rich concentrated black fruit. This is a dense wine with great aging potential. Scored 93 points and Cellar Selection from Wine Advocate.
Chateau St. Michelle Ethos Cabernet 2007
Wine Club Price $31.00
Showcases the power and richness of Washington fruit combined with an Old World elegance. Weighty, with a luscious jammy sweet mid-palate and layers of complexity. Scored 92+ points from Wine Advocate.
November Wines of the Month - Champagne!
This most celebrated sparkling wine always seems to signal "special occasion." Whether you are popping a bottle before dinner with the family or just want something special to share with your someone special, TPC Snoqualmie Ridge should be your first stop for champagne this holiday season. If there is a bottle that you would like and don’t see it on the list, just ask Justin or Ed and they will be happy to quote a price and order it in for you!
Wine Club Price $123.75
Krug Grand Cuvee
Wine Club Price 125.99
Bollinger Brut Special Cuvee
Wine Club Price $48.95
Veuve Clicquot Brut
Wine Club Price $43.95
GH Mumm Cordon Rouge
Wine Club Price $34.65
Perrier Jouet Grand Brut
Wine Club Price $38.50
October Wines of the Month - Matthews
Matthews Cellars from Woodinville is a winery that focuses on creating red blends. They procure their grapes from some of the finest vineyards in the Red Mountain AVA— Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from Klipsun, Cabernet Franc and Merlot from Hedges Estate and Sauvignon Blanc from Stillwater Creek. The winemaker’s philosophy is to make rich, textured and accessible wines that have a singular flow from nose to palette.
Wine Club Price per bottle $23.10
Ripe plums and black currants, set against a background of wild berries and intermingled with dark spices and dark chocolate. A rich, brooding wine. Exposure to a bit of air opens up the fruit and adds a pleasing youthful fleshiness, with a lacing of dried herbs. The palate is dense, round and polished. Classy, with a beautiful finish, this wine offers an abundance of power and elegance.
Red Wine Club Price per bottle $15.40
A bright nose with ripe currants, black cherry and caramelized vanilla bean. A perfumed floral note follows with a hint of wood spice and with a little air a small amount of dried herbs. The palate is bright with a hint of bittersweet chocolate and round creamy tannins. This wine is a great example of the density of the vintage without the heaviness.
2009 Sauvignon Blanc
Wine Club Price per bottle $15.40
A scintillating, lively nose of lime, melon, green apple and hints of quince, with a racy background of grapefruit and herbs. The palate is bright, crisp and steely, driven by bracing acidity and a lacing of minerality. An elegant finish delivers subtle hints of quinine and grapefruit.
September Wines of the Month - Waters
Waters is an artisanal boutique winery located in Walla Walla, Washington. Waters was founded in 2005 based on the indelible belief that the Walla Walla Valley terroir is ca-pable of producing distinctive red wines that rival the finest of the Old and New World regions alike. Waters produces just a few thousand cases of small lot bottlings each year, aimed at reflecting an underlying sense of time and place, and enhancing the food and wine experience.
Wine Club Price per bottle $23.10
A blend of 60% Roussanne and 40% Viognier, this wine features Gorgeous aromatics offer-ing fresh, tropical florals to make way for bright, clean flavors and a lingering finish of just-ripened stone fruits. Roussane brings on the austere crispness, while the aromatics and creamy richness naturally hail from the Viognier.
Wine Club Price per bottle $23.10
The ever-popular Bordeaux-style blend, Interlude, continues to represent some of the most popular vineyards in Washington State including Cold Creek, Canoe Ridge and Seven Hills. The nose is poignant – focused and ripe with spice covered red fruits. Bright, mouthwatering fruit continues through the mid-palate with explosive boysenberry and gooseberry.
2008 Loess Vineyard Syrah
Wine Club Price per bottle $34.10
This Syrah from the esteemed Leonetti Cellars estate vineyard has aromas of red fruits such as raspberry and sweet cherry, cured meats, iodine and a touch of white pepper. The palate of-fers creamy cherry at the tip of the tongue proceeded by tart raspberry with slight minerality in the mid-palate. Bright, lingering acidity is complimented by fine and focused tannins.
2007 Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Club Price per bottle $38.50
The mature vineyards of Cold Creek and Pepper Bridge used for this wine add layers of struc-ture, depth and complexity without compromising its balance and elegance. Barrel aged for 2 years on French oak, this deep, ruby Cabernet begins with an earthy cinnamon stick nose, fol-lowed by hints of clove, eucalyptus and sagebrush leading into a rich, full bodied mouthfeel.