Wine List

Wine List



Honeysuckle, lime, starfruit, kiwi, kimquat, quince, candied ginger, lemon, elderflower, jasmine, and gardenia. Organic. 8./30.

Aromas of honeysuckle and tropical fruits, crisp but ripe flavors of pineapple and juicy orange. 8./30.

Scents of pineapple and grapefruit, flavors of pear, apple and apricot. Pairs perfectly with shellfish and crab. 8./30.

Clean and refreshing with hints of honey, acacia flowers, almonds and lemon zest. 8./30.

Stainless steel vinification keeps the style lively with citrus fruit white stone. 8 months on lees imparts creaminess and softness. “Key lime pie with graham cracker crust and meringue as light as air”. Round, elegant, well-balanced. 8./30.

Here is the oaky chardonnay you oak lovers are looking for. Big, buttery and smooth with oak and pear. 9./32.



A medium bodied red blend that is rich, round, and soft. Flavors of plum, raspberry, licorice and almond. Great acidity, making it a well-balanced stand-alone wine, or perfect pairing for almost any meal.  8./30.

Classic Oregon Pinot Noir that is spicy and earthy with black cherry, black berry and leather notes. 9./32.

Very dark ruby color with a blackish-purple core, it offers cherry and spices on the nose and palate. 8./30.

Red currant, raspberry, blackberry, pink peppercorns and cedar. Juicy acidity and taut tannins. 9./32.

Bright, ripe notes of berries and red florals meet pronounced flavors of baking spices, red and black fruits and hints of earth. 8./30.

Dark chocolate and Asian spice notes up front, flavors of roasted plum, dark currant and wild herb. Luscious mouthfeel with medium grained tannins. 91 points in the Wine Spectator. Organic, too. 9./32.

Aromas of violets, black cherry and plum, with flavors of blackberry, chocolate and spice. With environmentally sound farming practices this award winning winery hits it out of the park again. 9./32.

This silky smooth Washington syrah shows plenty of black currant, dried fruits and pomegranate. 9./32.


By the glass 6.   ½ litre 13.   Litre 20.



White wine of the year winner of Washington Wine Award.  Key lime and fresh citrus peel aromas, white peach and stone fruit flowers with pleasant minerality.  Delicious acidity, vibrant mouthfeel and a lengthy finish. 20.

Flavors and aromas of watermelon, peach, honeysuckle, and stone fruit. Paris with lamb, shellfish, poultry, and cheeses. 24.

Gushing with grapefruit, peaches, pears and citrus, with a hint of Hungarian oak for richness and balance. 28.

Aromas of nectarine and grapefruit.  Dry in style with tropical and stone fruit flavors, bright acidity and a crisp, citrus finish.  28.

Bright and zesty, with fresh pear, honey and elegant floral notes wrapped around a citrus core.  Juicy and lush on the palate, with a long, flavorful finish. This award winning winery never disappoints.  32.

Locally sourced grapes from Puget Sound and the Pacific NW, this is an easy sipping white blend, perfect with seafood. 28.

Light straw in color with glistening silver hues, the rich bouquet is packed with fragrant aromas of honeysuckle, wild white peach and stone fruit with hints of thyme and crushed herb as it lingers in the glass. 45.

Rich and creamy, fresh pear aromas, core of ripe apple, spice pear and juicy citrus flavors.  Aged in French oak. 36.


San Francisco Wine Competition Gold Medal winner! Lemon curd, shortbread and honey, crisp and delicately sweet. 36.

So Good! Ripe lime, meyer lemon, grapefruit, juicy white nectarine, pear and passionfruit.  Balanced acidity. 32.

This delicate Spanish white grape grows very well in this valley. An assertive, dry wine with beautiful floral aromas and flavors of apple and pear with notes of citrus. Refreshing acidity that paris perfectly with seafood. 40.

A blend of three regions creates balanced crisp apple, lean minerality, exotci spice, tropical fruits, ripe stone fruit and creamy texture.  40.

This wine is creamy and rich with lingering tones of flowers, dried rose and exotic fruit. 16.

Crisp, fresh and full at the same time. Aromas and flavors of citrus and white peach, perfect with seafood or salads. 28.

Crisp, fragrant, clean white wine. Aromas of white flowers, citrus and dried fruit. A perfect wine for seafood and chicken. 28.

Zesty lime and juicy gooseberry balanced with rich passion fruit, with all of the expected New Zealand minerality. 30.



Light bodied wine with a nose of vanilla and sweet wood. Flavors of strawberry, raspberry and licorice with a dry finish. 40.

Aromas of raspberry, cranberry and currant flavors of leather, smoke and anise. Long finish. 50.

This Destiny Ridge Merlot has dark, ruby color and expresses multiple layers of aromatics that show dark fruit, cedar and earth tones.  With a mid-palate full of bold spices,dark cherry and vanilla, it finishes with black currant and dark chocolate.  40.

Aromas of brooding fruit, spice and subtle leather.  The palate expands with flavors of blackberry, currant and black cherry, delicate herbs and savory spice.  Well-structured body with medium acid and well integrated tannin.  50.


71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Cabernet Franc. Full bodied blend with aromas of ripe plums and black cherries. Flavors of black cherry, black currant and blackberries. Medium tannins and acidity. Pairs well with hearty cuisine. 40.

Chuck Reininger’s second label, this wine will not disappoint. Syrah, Cab Sauv, Merlot, and Cab Franc make a big, round palate of baked blueberry, black currant jam, plum, and black olive laced with anise, cardamom, nutmeg, vanilla, and espresso. 35.

Outstanding blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, and Malbec. Dive into Washington! 50.

Aromas of concentrated black and blue fruit, buoyed by silky tannins, and showing pencil lead, violets, herbs de Provence, dark chocolate and cassis.  Stellar wine.  60.

Blackberry, black cherry, vanilla and oak aromas.  A rich mouthfeel with nicely rounded tannins is complemented by notes of blackberry, black currant and black cherry, with hints of tanned leather and vanilla. 40.

Aged for ten months in neutral oak barrels, this wine displays a raw, almost wild interpretation of Cabernet Sauvignon. 48.

Aromas of Herb de Provence, sunbaked dirt, vintage wood and black pepper. Palate full of dusky sweets, including blackberry, gooseberry and dark chocolate with a trace of smoke. layered tannins make a nice structure for this powerful red. 62.

A dark intensely colored wine with ripe black cherry and Asian spice aromas and flavors woven throughout expressive layers of dark plum and cassis. Rich and supple in texture, with an elegant mouth feel and a long, graceful finish. 35.

Aromas of potpourri, perfume and floral notes are enhanced with black pepper and earth undertones.  Gripping tannins dance on the tongue wile flavors of cocoa, blackberry and cigar fill the palate.  A good match for grilled meats. 45.

Dark ruby red, brimming with plum, cherry and raspberry on the perfumed nose. Hints of spice and black tea balance the fruit. Supple with a nicely refined structure and endless finish. 50.


Rich tobacco leaf nose infused with notes of Bing cherry and baking spices. Firm acidity, soft tannins, and a floral note that completes the soft palate of juicy red and blue fruits. Will work with a wide range from cheese to salmon to rich meat. 40.

Black raspberry bouquet with a hint of cherry cola. Full-bodied and nicely balanced with blackberry, tea, hints of oak, blueberry, and bay leaf. 93 points Wine Spectator. Unfiltered. You can taste the volcanic soil famous in this region. 40.

Aromas of red fruit, dried herbs, and citrus peel. On the palate it shows great depth but is light on its feel. An organic wine that exhibits uncompromised purity and transparency that allows for full expression of vintage and terroir. 93 points from the Wine Spectator, Best Pinot of the Year by Sip Northwest, currently one of my favorite Pinot Noirs. 70.

Named for its rich color and sumptuous profile.  Dark berry and spice wood tones captivate from start to finish.  Breathe in wafts of warm boysenberry pie and black currant, interwoven with anise and blooming violets.  The succulent jammy palate is resplendent with dark cherry, mixed berries and sarsaparilla.  Easy, approachable and supple.  36.

Saturated ruby in color. Plum and black cherry aromas, mint and gravelly earth. Ripe bramble fruit on entry, balanced acidity, and elegant tannins. Long finish. 95 points in the Wine Advocate. 70.

Ripe cherry, blackberry, black currants, cassis, oak and savory spices create a rich and full-bodied wine experience.  36.

Deep, intense black fruit, bright acidity and long gorgeous flavors ae a hallmark of this long growing season.  A decadent structure housing ripe flavors of blackberries, black currants and smoky, toasty oak.  90 points from the Wine Enthusiast.  Outstanding.  70.