Madeleine Angevine

Is a white grape variety grown in Europe and Central Asia. Locally, it is found in the Puget Sound region and the Okanogan Valley. It is a dry, crisp white with notes of floral and fruity aromas. It pairs nicely with seafood – crab, oysters, and smoked salmon.


Is a pink/red skinned grape that produces a white wine. Grown in Germany, UK, Canada and US, it is very well suited for our NW climate. Our Siegerrebe has subtle flavors of grapefruit and floral notes. It pairs well with Asian foods. It one of our most popular wines.


Pinot Rosé (Dry)

Our Rosé is made from our Pinot grapes grown on site. It has slightly light rose color. Nice and dry wine. Well chilled, this is a great wine to have in the summer for easy drinking.

Zwegelt Rosé (Dry)

Is a highly popular red wine grape grown in every Austrian wine region. Fairly new to the NW, it is garnering pronounced interest and following. Our Zweigelt Rosé delivers a crisp light rhubarb flavor with hints of citrus flavors. It is perfect for pairing with light fare and summer sipping. It should be well chilled.


Pinot Noir

Our family-owned vineyard and winery located in the Columbia River Gorge grows a special Pinot Noir Precoce grape. This ripens earlier than the typical Pinot Noir and very suitable for our terroir. Besides having the aromatic complexity of the Pinot Noir, featuring the typical cherry fruit, floral aromas, and earthly flora scents of Pinot Noir but with less acidity and tannin. It pairs well with all most all foods, especially charcuterie.

Red Wine Blend

This is a combination of three types of wines from our estate grown grapes in Washougal, Washington near the Columbia River; Leon Millot, Marechal Foch and Pinot Noir. It is aged in French oak barrels with a medium toast. Each of the three grapes produce a good varietal wine by themselves. Blended together, we produce a heavy dry wine with a dark rich color and a silky mouth feel. It has a spicy aroma with a touch of blackberry, black pepper and earthy aromas. It pairs well with lamb and T-bone steaks.

Leon Millot

Is a dark-skinned French- American hybrid which ripens early. Historically grown in the cooler regions of France, it was developed in 1911 in Alsace. Leon Millot is also found in cooler US regions as well as Canada. This grape has small clusters and takes us more labor to hand harvest. We have been growing it at our vineyard here in the NW near the Columbia River for the past seven years. We produce a medium bodied wine with a rich dark red color, giving off tints of blackberry, plum, and earthly notes and a refreshing acidity. It pairs well with all red meats and with chocolate.
†2019 Bronze medal at the Craft Wine and Beer Fest, Vancouver, WA

Marechal Foch

Is a dark skinned French-American hybrid that ripens early. It was introduced in France in 1920, the “Foch” was named after the well-known WW I French General Ferdinand Foch for his role in ending the Great War. Commonly grown in the Mid-west of the US all the way east to NY and into other cool regions. Foch is often not labeled as a varietal name but produces a wine like the best grown in the Rhone Valley or Italy. Ours produces a light and easy to drink dry wine. We age it in American medium toasted Oak Barrels. It pairs well with chocolate and red meats.
‡2019 Bronze medal at the Craft Wine and Beer Fest, Vancouver, WA

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