Some of the best Chardonnays in Washington State are grown in the slightly cooler growing conditions of the Yakima Valley and in the northern latitudes of the Columbia Valley. The Schmitt and Oasis Vineyards (Yakima Valley) provide nice tropical fruit while Evergreen Vineyard (latitude 47 on the Columbia River) contributes crisp acidity and minerality.
Rich with vibrant fruit and balanced acidity, this pretty floral wine shows orange blossom, jasmine and honeyed aromas, with layers of lemon custard, fresh apricot and star fruit expanding on a textured, balanced finish.
Fresh and captivating with aromas of rose petals, raspberry jam and anise these vibrant characteristics carry forward with flavors of dark fruit and olive. This exquisitely complex and balanced wine reveals a flash of spice and mineral on a satisfying finish.
Nearly black in the glass, this Estate Malbec shows aromas of rich fruit, savory herb, and sweet tobacco leaf. This richly structured full-bodied wine conveys flavors of currant and dark plum mingling with black pepper minerality on a fleshy tannin finish.