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Today's Tasting

2021 Lonesome Spring Ranch Rosé

$28 / $23 Club

Another year, another thrilling Rosé from Prospice! For the first time in our history, we did not have to change our Rosé fruit source (but we did increase the quantity!), and we enjoyed having another chance to work with this fantastic fruit from Lonesome Spring Ranch. It’s a delicate and shimmering salmon pink in the glass, with effusive aromas of strawberry, dried flowers, pink grapefruit, and wet stones. On the palate it’s bright, nimble, and crisp, with a slightly fuller palate than previous vintages (thanks to 2021’s extreme heat), but this fullness and the acidity play together brilliantly to deliver an incredibly smooth texture. Strawberry, apple skin, yuzu, and watermelon all make appearances on the palate, with a long, lovely finish. You’ll keep coming back for sip after sip.

2021 Gamache Vineyard Viognier

$28 / $23 Club

The 2021 incarnation of our Gamache Vineyard Viognier embodies the qualities we’ve come to expect and love from the hard work that Lacey and the Sagemoor team do at this site. This wine is light yellow in the glass, flashing silver and pale green in the sunlight. Aromas are expansive, with juicy pear, white flowers, and lemon pith predominant. It’s smooth and clean on the palate, with Asian pear, white nectarine, lemon, jasmine flower, and a chalky minerality all carried along on a refreshing and bright core. The heat of the 2021 vintage brings a slight richness to this wine as compared to previous vintages, but it remains fresh and mouthwatering at its core. It’s once again a very versatile wine to accompany a wide range of fish or poultry dishes, or to simply enjoy all on its own.

2019 Walla Walla Valley MErlot

$50 / $42 Club

If you haven’t figured it out yet, we love Merlot — and we remain convinced that Washington Merlot can match up just fine with the world’s best. In 2019 we moved our primary Merlot source to Seven Hills Vineyard, and we are thrilled with the result. An energetic nose of tart red cherry and cranberry with hints of bay leaf and toasted brioche greets you. The palate features bright and fresh, juicy cherry, raspberry, and red plum flavors, with subtle interwoven herbal notes. Smooth, fine tannins gently build to a beautifully long finish that carries lingering fruit and subtle tinges of hazelnut and cocoa powder. It’s mouthwatering stuff that will keep you coming back for sip after sip.

2019 Phinny Hill Vineyard Cabernet Franc

$50 / $42 Club

This block of fruit consistently produces some of our favorite wine, and once again, the barest amount of blending was needed to craft another compelling exemplar of Cab Franc. As we’ve come to expect from this wine, it features an intriguing aromatic blend of fruit and herbs — red plum, dark cherry, Herbes de Provence, and green tea. The palate is rich and and elegant, with firm and structured tannins providing a perfect stage to feature a similar interplay of dark fruits, sagebrush, and hints of mocha. The finish shows a spicy flash of black pepper that gives way to subtle, lingering secondary and tertiary flavors. This is a wine with some serious heft, but the tannins are supple, not harsh. Give this some air – or time – to uncoil a bit, and try it with a grilled steak.

2019 Phinny hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

$50 / $42 Club

With our new BDX (see below) serving as our blending “playground,” the Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon gives way this year to a vineyard designated wine from Phinny Hill. This fruit has always played a major role in those previous iterations, but now it’s been given a chance to play the starring role, and it does not disappoint. Classic Cab aromatics of cassis, red currant, plum, and cherry weave together with garrigue and a fascinating tinge of fresh pine needle. The palate is smooth and lively, with baked raspberry, marionberry, and plum and secondary notes of toast and nutmeg appearing on the finish. The tannins are velvety and forward-focused, and somewhat less muscular than the Cabernet Franc. As always, we enjoy producing a wine that reminds that Cabernet Sauvignon can show finesse and elegance, and needn’t always be a beast!

2019 BDX

$65 / $55 Club

This is the debut release of what we expect to become a signature wine for us. We intend for this wine to feature the very best of our Bordeaux varieties year after year, and to be a “Right Bank” style blend whenever possible (Merlot or Cabernet Franc as the dominant grape). This inaugural release thrills us every time we taste it. The nose is rich and complex, replete with savory, dark fruit notes of black plum, black raspberry, and fig, with hints of violet and a fun hint of espresso. The palate is lush and velvety while remaining energetic, with initial flashes of red fruit giving way to black cherry, cassis, and dark plum and earthy notes. The tannins are beautifully integrated, building but well-rounded throughout the palate. The finish is exceptional, with mocha, cedar, and caramel notes and tinges of dark fruit.