A stunning Cabernet from Washington’s oldest and most revered vineyards. This is a follow up to our award winning 2015 Readers Cabernet Sauvignon, which made the coveted Top 100 List for Wine Spectator. Dark and deep in color with aromatics of Cassis, red currant, dark berries, and walnut shell. Rich and open-textured on the palate, the wine has flavors of dark cherries, currants, and blackberries. Fine-grained tannins carry wine across your tongue and the vibrant acidity leaves a fresh finish to this great value.
Sourced from our favorite Columbia Valley vineyards, this wine has old vine fruit from ’87 and ’88 blocks of Conner Lee Vineyard, Dionysus Vineyards’ old block 18 as well as Elephant Mountain Vineyards’ high elevation block. Each brought its own element to the table and developed a powerful, rich wine. It offers massive value for all wine appreciators.
This summertime classic is back! Pale yellow and packed full of fruity goodness. With aromas of pear, honeysuckle, kiwi, and flavors of fruit cocktail, this is the ultimate patio sipper. Pair this one with a hot summer day.
Chapter 9 is designed to out-perform Bordeaux’s ripest vintages. French consultant Claude Gros designed our unique low-yield growing style for power and grace unlike anything before. Fragrant Cabernet Sauvignon accented by the subtle minerality of Syrah enhances the brambly aromatics in this sophisticated blend. Flavors of dark berries, espresso, and licorice. Smooth on the palate, the texture shows off concentrated fruit and abundant ripe tannins that round out this terroir filled tour de force.
Jeb Dunnuck 94 Points, Wine Spectator 93 Points, James Suckling 94 Points
A classic Chardonnay vinified in a Burgundian style. Golden yellow in color with rich aromatics of lemon custard, vanilla, toasted brioche, and tart pineapple. Flavors of lemon meringue and toasted baking spice linger on the finish. Enjoy this robust wine with your BBQ chicken this summer.
This wine is dark and inky in color. A powerhouse with quaffable aromatics of blackberries, pie crust, baking spices, and exotic sandalwood. Time in the glass reveals subtle aromas of walnut shell, red currants, bay leaf, and violets. On the palate, there is a richness of black fruit, spice, herbs and creamy espresso at the finish. The acidity provides a wonderful freshness and the tannin gives the wine a silky backbone. Very enjoyable now, this wine will age for a decade or more in your cellar.
Our Tri-Cities tasting room in Richland includes a full-service restaurant with live entertainment, Fiction @ J.Bookwalter, and was named one of the best tasting rooms in the United States by Sunset magazine. We also have a modern tasting studio in Woodinville.