Shop All Wines

checkout View Cart ()

May 2023 Estate Wine Club Bundle

2022 Roussanne, 2021 Le Dessein, 2021 Red Willow

Enjoy our May 2023 Wine Club release bundle including 2022 Roussanne, 2021 Le Dessein, 2021 Red Willow.

$163

Applicable member discounts will be added at checkout.

Bundle Includes

2022 Roussanne

Red Mountain AVA

Presenting the attributes of cooler harvest conditions, our 2022 Roussanne displays a profile of dried apricot, tangerine and green apple on the nose. The quintessential lemon grass and fresh lime flavors of this wine are easily picked out, while notes of wet stone, sweet hay and white flowers are more pronounced than usual.  A lovely salinity in the mid-palate leads to a long, smooth finish.  Enjoyable now but it would be encouraged to cellar for several years to experience this wine at its best.

Learn More

94 Points

— Owen Bargreen

2021 Le Dessein

Columbia Valley AVA

Our 2021 Le Dessein is packed full of vibrant fruit aromas like wild strawberry, black plum and fresh raspberry. The palate begins softly and effortlessly transitions to a plush mid-palate backed by energetic acid, and finishes with broad tannins. Syrah contributes a gamey quality and sweet smoke, while the Mourvèdre brings big brambly flavors. The Grenache brightens the blend and is responsible for candied red fruit flavors.  Drink now or cellar confidently for 8+ years.

Learn More

91 Points

— Jeb Dunnuck

2020 Red Willow Blend

Yakima Valley AVA

Our 2020 Red Willow blend is not bashful on its release.  Mouthwatering acid and firm structure are complemented by aromas of red plum, cassis and sweet bell pepper.  There is an exciting dance of red fruits and savory elements to this wine, showcasing the best qualities of Cabernet Franc as the lead varietal in the cuvée.  Featuring dried fig, cedar plank, and all-spice on the palate, the blend offers hints of tobacco leaf and green peppercorn on the big finish.  It will be best to decant this wine in its youth to unlock its full potential and has the bones to cellar for at least 10 years.

Learn More

95 Points

— Owen Bargreen