Columbia Valley Wine
All Columbia Valley Wine, All the time.
Pendulum Red Wine 2012 *made by Waterbrook Vineyards in Columbia Valley - Walla Walla *44% Merlot, 26%Cab. Sauv., 14% Syrah, 4% Grenache,4% Cab. Franc, 3% Malbec, 5% Various *aged 17 months in 25% new american and french oak *cherry jolly rancher *lush but not heavy *great acid and tannins are controlled *hints of oak and vanilla *$18-24 (sou)
2010 BEAST Wildebeest Red Wine from Buty Winery
2010 BEAST Wildebeest Red Wine. In this hot summer weather, I still enjoy red wine, but I want it juicy and refreshing, something that I can even serve slightly chilled. The 2010 Beast ‘Wildebeest’ Red Wine, from Buty Winery in Washington’s Columbia Valley fits the bill
Riesling still rules in Washington wine country | HeraldNet.com
Washington's original wine grape is once again the state's most dominant variety, both in quality and quantity. While this might seem like old news -- great Riesling has been growing in the Columbia Valley for more than a half-century -- Washington growers and winemakers continue to find exciting new areas to grow the grape. #WAwine