Disastrous by Nature
Volcanoes erupting, a rogue 300-foot wave, mammoths roaming wild, humans fishing and foraging — this was the landscape of the Columbia Valley more than 16,000 years ago. A series of catastrophic events brought basalt, sand, silt, and granite to the soils of this region, priming it to grow the deliciously complex grapes that go into these wines thousands of years later.
Red Blend: Notes of cinnamon and spice open up to juicy flavors of Bing cherry and blackberry, and finish with velvety tannins.
Rosé: Notes of bright strawberry and watermelon open up to a crisp palate or juicy citrus notes and finish with mouthwatering acidity.
Columbia Valley, Washington
Red Blend: 37% Merlot, 25% Syrah, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cabernet Frac, 3% Petit Verdot
Rosé: 27% Syrah, 24% Viognier, 14% Roussanne, 9% Lemberger,
8% Pinot Noir, 6% Pinot Girs, 12% mixed varietals