West Coast Wines


Weekly Wine Flight: Tues, July 13 to Thurs, July 15

This week we try 3 tasty treats from the Pacific Northwest. Featuring:

  • Eroica Riesling, Columbia Valley, WA – Crowned 2021’s “Wine of the Year’ by Sommelier’s Choice, this Chateau Ste Michelle collaboration with Dr. Loosen is bound to leave you wanting more. With aromas of sweet lime and mandarin orange, this white’s acidity is balanced by flavorful Washington fruit. $18 btl, $8 btg
  • Lulu Rosé, Columbia Valley, WA – Milbrandt Vineyard’s newest label (crafted by Washington Wine Group) is this tasty Syrah-driven rosé; made from grapes grown on the owner’s Wahluke Slope and Ancient Lakes vineyard, the juice is aged in stainless steel and left on the lees to highlight the bright fruit flavors of dried cranberries, pomegranate and savory herbs. $12 btl, $6 btg
  • Inscription Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, OR – This Willamette Pinot has 20% whole cluster grapes and undergoes both stainless steel fermentation then malolactic before being barrel aged in French oak to create a silky, layered red. The result? Aromas of rose petals and baking spices combine with notes of cherry, raspberry and strawberry along with a slight touch of earthiness and herbs. $19 btl, $8 btg

Tasting: $12
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