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2012 Estate Barbera

Wilridge winemaker Paul Beveridge loves working with Italian grape varietals.  Barbera is from the Piedmont region of northwest Italy where Nebbiolo and Dolcetto are also grown.  The Piemontese sometimes say that they drink Barbera while they are waiting for the Nebbiolo to mature in the cellar.  Barbera has wonderful fruity notes and bright acidity, making it a great wine for pastas with red sauces or traditional pizza.

 
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2012 Estate Red Dessert- port style

Considering how long it will age and develop in the bottle, it's truly amazing how good the Wilridge Port tastes right now.  The grapes were picked on October 20, 2012, and allowed to naturally ferment for 9 days.  At 11 degrees residual sugar, fermentation was stopped by using the traditional Portuguese method of adding brandy to the fermenting must.  The wine tasted good almost immediately after it was put in barrels, so Wilridge winemaker Paul Beveridge decided to treat it as a "Vintage Port" and bottled it on April 13, 2012.  Only 127 cases were produced, so order yours today.

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2005 Syrah - Minick Vnyd

This rich and fulfilling Syrah opens with aromas of blackberry syrup, raspberry, leather, au jus and barrel toast. In the mouth is displays flavors of berry fruits, spice and cream, balanced with supple tannins and acidity.

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2005 Cabernet

Grapes from 13 different vineyards, including four different grape varieties commonly blended into wines coming from the Bordeaux region France, comprise this wine. This wine incorporates the broad diversity of flavors available in the Columbia . While approachable early, this wine will age under favorable storage conditions for several more years. Accompanying foods should be boldly spiced, herbed and peppered!

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2005 Syrah - Destiny Ridge Vnyd

This blend of 77% Syrah, and 23% Grenache is from the block 17 of the Destiny Ridge Vineyard, in the Horse Heaven Hills. Two different clones of Syrah were blended with Grenache to create a wine of stunning complexity, structure and richness.

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2013 Melange Blanc Off-Dry

 60% Roussanne, 40% Viognier

Melange Blanc means "white blend" and is the premier white wine grown and produced by Wilridge Winery & Vineyard.  To make Estate Melange Blanc, Wilridge winemaker Paul Beveridge blends organically and biodynamically grown Viognier and Roussanne grapes from Wilridge Vineyard.  The result is a complex dry white wine that pairs well with food and rewards a year or two of aging in the cellar.  Try it with some grilled pork chops or Columbia River sturgeon

Sparkling Syrah

This red wine was crafted from 100% Syrah grapes. The skin was left in with the juice to macerate and give the wine it’s deep scarlet hue. No oak barrels were used for this uncharacteristically bubbly Syrah. The wine was made into a sparkling by the Methode Champenoise. The rich body and crisp bubbles make this a staff favorite for a grand feast. It was the structure to stand with any strong protean and the balanced acid and refreshing fizz to wash down the whole spread. 

 

With devotion, care, and careful attention, Treveri sparkling Syrah exudes sophistication and elegance, making it a paradigm of perfection. Red effervescence cascades through this sparkling, matched equally by dark fruit and complex yeast tones.

 
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2001 Jester's Red

"Then come jesters, musicians and trained dwarfs,

And singing girls from the land of Yi-Ti,

To delight the ear and eye, and bring mirth to the mind."

-Sima Xiagru (114 BC)

 

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 Are you ready to party? This wine certainly is. The hot 2013 growing season in north-western Washington State was ideal for berries of many sorts, and particularly for the raspberries used in the production of this elegant, delicious, perfectly balanced wine. Enjoy as an aperitif or with/as dessert. Our staff loves adding a splash, or two, to a glass of crisp bubbly. Think mimosa, but way better. We call it the “dazzler”. 

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