Alexandria Nicole Cellars uses white Rhône blend to lead Great Northwest Invite

By on November 7, 2019
Alexandria Nicole Boyle and her husband, Jarrod, launched Alexandria Nicole Cellars and planted Destiny Ridge Vineyards in 1998. Their 2018 Estate Shepherd Mark, a Roussanne-based white wine, was best of show at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Alexandria Nicole Cellars)

HOOD RIVER, ORE. — The 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition will be remembered for the domination of the Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2018 Shepherds Mark White Wine, a beautiful and fascinating blend of Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier. 

Of the 17 judges who voted on the best-of-show round, all but one of them raised a hand for the wine produced in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills with grape varieties native to the Rhône Valley in France.

“Hey, that ain’t bad. Sixteen out of 17 – make sure you put that in your story!” quipped winemaker Jarrod Boyle, who owns Alexandria Nicole Cellars with his marketing-savvy wife, Alexandria, aka Ali.

Shepherds Mark is a wine the Boyles have been producing for 15 years, and it has ranked as their flagship white for much of that time. Jarrod’s deft touch with blending allows him to adjust the percentage among the three varieties depending upon the vintage, and his masterstroke earned the wine a double gold medal – a unanimous vote for gold medal – in the early stages of the competition.

Perhaps no wine judging in the Pacific Northwest requires as much of its judges as the Great Northwest Invite, but many of the region’s most influential wine buyers return each year to taste at the historic Columbia Gorge Hotel in Hood River, Ore.

This judging traditionally recruits sommeliers, wine merchants and buyers for some of the Northwest’s largest and best-known restaurants and retailers. Each judge nominates 100+ entries – most of them made by top wineries – knowing they will evaluate them under blind conditions. That means the judges only know the style of wine and that it was made with fruit from Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Idaho.

A record number of 756 wines were entered in the event organized by Great Northwest Wine in partnership with the Columbia Gorge Hotel. Larry Stone, the Bay Area Master Sommelier who is part-owner and the driving force behind acclaimed Lingua Franca in Oregon’s Eola-Amity Hills, wrote to Great Northwest Wine, “The list of judges is impressive.”

Orenda Winery makes splash with Best Red Wine

Mark Bosso, left, is the winemaker for Orenda Winery, which is owned by Samantha Kent, center, and her husband, Xander. Bosso officiated their wedding in 2018 at their century farm in Carnation, Wash. They are photographed in Stillwater Creek Vineyard, which was the fruit source for their 2016 Cabernet Franc that won the award for best red wine at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Orenda Winery)

Judges selected the Orenda Winery 2016 Cabernet Franc as the competition’s top red wine. The new winery in Carnation, Wash., owned by Xander and Samantha Kent with a cellar led by Woodinville winemaker Mark Bosso, also received a double gold medal for its 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon.

“We’re just starting to reach out,” Xander said. “We’re in a few local restaurants, a number of small shops and we pour at farmers markets, so I’m certain these awards will help us to expand into more restaurants and allow us to talk to distributors.”

The rosé sweepstakes went to the Elk Cove Vineyards 2018 Estate Pinot Noir Rosé.

Gray Monk Estate Winery, a historic property in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, used the 2017 Odyssey White Brut to win the judging’s award for the best sparkling wine.

Chateau Ste. Michelle led the best sweet wine judging with its 2014 Eroica Ice Wine. It meant that vines from Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills produced two of the five sweepstakes winners.

This fall’s Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition drew a record field of 756 entries, eclipsing the mark of 644 set in 2017. There were 142 wines that received a gold medal or better, which is a rate of 19 percent.

Five times in the seven-year history of the Great Northwest Invitational has the judging panel voted a white wine as their best of show.

Last year, it was the the Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2017 Signature Riesling Icewine. Two years ago, the Pike Road Wines 2016 Pinot Gris from Elk Cove Vineyards led the way. In 2015, it was the Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2014 Old Vines Auxerrois. In 2014, Wild Goose Vineyards topped the field with its 2012 God’s Mountain Riesling. The other two times it was a Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington state that led way – Dunham Cellars in 2016 and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates brand Seven Falls Cellars in 2013.

Batchelor, Maryhill Winery strike gold 5 times

Richard Batchelor’s wines earned a competition-high five gold medals at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Maryhill Winery)

Maryhill Winery and winemaker Richard Batchelor led the competition with five gold medals, a total that included a best-of-class award for the 2016 Elephant Mountain Vineyard Sangiovese and double golds for the 2016 Elephant Mountain Marvell GSM and 2016 Syrah.

Among the most remarkable showings at this year’s Great Northwest Invitational was courtesy of Dana Roberts at Westport Winery Garden Resort in Aberdeen. He received a trio of double gold medals for his work with Cabernet Sauvignon, starting with the 2017 Charterboat Chick and soon followed by new single-barrel projects the 2017 MV Argonaut from Conner-Lee Vineyard and 2017 MV Endeavor off Elephant Mountain Vineyard.

For the second time this year, Victor Palencia’s work for Jones of Washington earned a Best Chardonnay award. Last spring, it was the Jones of Washington 2017 Reserve Chardonnay that went onto win Best White Wine of the 2019 Cascadia International Wine Competition. This fall, it was the 2018 Chardonnay, a $14 bottle. Before that, the Jones of Washington 2015 Carménère earned a double gold prior to being voted as best of class. 

Palencia who did not enter any of his own wines, also produced four golds for the Jones family with the 2018 Rosé of Syrah and 2017 Sauvignon Blanc. All four wines were made with estate grapes on either the Wahluke Slope or Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley.

A young Inland Northwest winemaker, Mark Lathrop, drew the attention of judges as his Liberty Lake Wine Cellars relied on Red Mountain vines to deliver him a trio of gold medals – the 2016 Bud Burst Reserve Red Wine, the 2017 Heart of the Hill Carménère and the 2018 Gewürztraminer.

Barnard Griffin Winery in Richland, a heavily decorated two-generation producer, received double gold medals for its 2017 Chardonnay ($14) and best-of-class Syrah Port ($17) – each are large-production bottlings.

Woodward Canyon Cellars showed special touch with Washington’s most important grape by producing the best Cabernet Sauvignon of the competition – the 2016 Artist Series.

French expat Gilles Nicault of Long Shadows Vintners fame twice turned Pinot Gris into gold medals for Nine Hats Wines 2017 Pinot Gris ($14) and the Dazzle Cellars 2018 Julia’s Dazzle Rosé ($18). 

Trey Busch, frontman for Sleight of Hand Cellars in Walla Walla, affirmed his spot among the Northwest’s top rosé producers by earning gold medals under his Renegade Wine Co., brand as well as The Underground Wine Project collaboration with Mark Ryan Winery.

Wines made from Red Mountain fruit grabbed seven gold medals, and Hightower Cellars earned two of those.

In addition to the nectar-like Eroica Ice Wine, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates earned gold medals for the Columbia Crest 2017 Grand Estates Syrah ($12), the INTRINSIC Wine Co., 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon ($22), Northstar Winery 2016 Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($55) and 2016 Columbia Valley Merlot ($41) as well as the Seven Falls Cellars 2015 Merlot ($18).

Author/wine merchant Paul Zitarelli of Full Pull Wines in Seattle grabbed a double gold for his 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon from rising star Discovery Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills.

Judges spark gold rush for Oregon Pinot Noir 

Oregon Pinot Noir, a phrase that resonates around the world, had a remarkable yet predictable showing at this year’s Great Northwest Invitational. There were 79 entries, making it the second-largest category in the judging, 15 gold medals were awarded to Pinot Noir from Oregon producers.

Best of class went to the Youngberg Hill 2016 Cuvée Pinot Noir ($35) from Wayne Bailey’s picture-perfect estate near McMinnville and crafted under the direction of longtime West Coast talent Robert Brittan. The Campbell family’s, which used Pinot Noir to win the rosé sweepstakes, who also added a gold medal with their 2017 Estate Pinot Noir ($29).

2Hawk Vineyard & Winery in Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley displayed its diversity in its four gold medals. Kiley Evans, who worked at Tempranillo pioneer Abacela more than a decade ago, showed a flair with the Spanish red when his 2016 Temp earned best of class.

Dundee Hills winemaker Bryan Weil accounted for four gold medals between two brands. There were gold medals with Burgundy varieties in the Alexana Winery 2016 Revana Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir and 2016 Terroir Series Chardonnay to go with the judging’s top Riesling won by Rain Dance Vineyards as well as a 2016 Estate Pinot Noir from the Chehalem Mountains.

Cult producer Big Table Farm in the Willamette Valley earned a double gold for its young 2017 Pinot Noir from the Eola-Amity Hills and 2018 Pinot Gris. There was a similar effort by Stone’s team at Lingua Franca with golds for his flagship Chardonnay – the 2017 Avni ($40) and 2017 The Plow Pinot Noir ($60).

Lynn Penner-Ash, an early consultant for Alexana and the 2019 recipient of the¡Salud! Legacy Winemaker Award, earned a double gold medal and best of class for the Penner-Ash Wine Cellars 2018 Viognier ($30), a bottling driven by Southern Oregon fruit.

Columbia Gorge acclaim included four gold medals by Hood River native Rich Cushman, who produced two golds for Mt. Hood Winery and a pair for Stave & Stone Wine Estates. Another Hood River producer, Cathedral Ridge Winery, was led by a best-of-class award for Robb Bell’s Petit Verdot-driven 2016 The Last Best Wife Reserve Red Wine.

The emerging Mt. Hood Territory Wine Trail south of Portland saw three members earn gold medals. Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery, a scenic winery in West Linn, won a gold medal for Cabernet Sauvignon from the Boyle family’s Destiny Ridge Vineyard and a Willamette Valley Reserve Chardonnay. Two-generation St. Josef’s Winery earned a best-of-class for its 2018 Whole Cluster Gamay. Hanson Vineyards also claimed a gold for its 2017 Gamay Noir.

Stephen Reustle of Reustle-Prayer Rock Vineyards in the Umpqua Valley shined again with his pioneering work with Grüner Veltliner and a Port-style wine. 

And in Milton-Freewater, on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley, Zerba Cellars and winemaker Brent Roberts brought home a double gold for the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon and gold for the 2016 Malbec.

Clearwater Canyon leads Idaho with 4 golds

Coco Umiker stands in a wheat field on the Nichols Family Farm in Lewiston, Idaho, a 57-acre century farm that now includes Umiker Vineyard and its 6.5 acres of wine grapes.
Coco Umiker stands in a wheat field on the Nichols Family Farm in Lewiston, Idaho, a 57-acre century farm that now includes Umiker Vineyard and its 12 acres of wine grapes. Her grandfather, the late Ralph E. Nichols, operated the farm from 1936 to 1984. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

Clearwater Canyon Cellars in Lewiston amassed four gold medals with standalone efforts with red Bordeaux varieties, each from the 2017. Co-owner/winemaker Coco Umiker notched a double gold and best-of-class award for a Malbec from Verhey Vineyards in Washington’s Rattlesnake Hills and a double gold for Carménère off Phinny Hill Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Golds from the historic Lewis-Clark Valley were awarded for Merlot and her Louis Delsol Cabernet Sauvignon.

Another Lewis-Clark Valley producer, Colter’s Creek Winery, showed a deft touch with blends, winning best of class for its 2016 Arrow Rim GSM Red Wine and a gold for its Tempranillo-based 2017 Rocinante Estate Red Wine.

Greg Koenig’s stunning 2018 Riesling Ice Wine from nearby Williamson Vineyard, the entry that made judges swoon the most at this summer’s Idaho Wine Competition, earned a gold medal within the same flight as Eroica 2014 Ice Wine. The ever-humble Koenig also flashed his versatility by winning a gold for his 2016 The Devil’s Bedstead Zinfandel. 

In all, there were 11 gold medals earned by the Gem State, which included the double gold and best-of-class award for the Fujishin Family Cellars 2016 Amatino Red Wine, a Syrah-based blend, a double gold for the Cinder Wines 2017 Syrah, and golds for the Camas Prairie Winery 2018 Huckleberry Mead and the Williamson Vineyards 2016 Malbec.

British Columbia wineries account for 15 gold medals

The Gray Monk 2017 Odyssey White Brut from British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley was selected as the best sparkling wine at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Richard Duval Images)

Producers in British Columbia combined for four best-of-class winners and 15 gold medals at the 2019 Great Northwest Invite. Leading the way was Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery along the Golden Mile Bench near Oliver, which earned three gold medals thanks to for work with Auxerrois, Ehrenfelser and rosé.

Wild Goose Vineyards in the Okanagan Falls appellation, produced the top Gewürztraminer of the judging and also earned a gold medal for its family favorite Autumn Gold, an aromatic white blend that’s a lasting tribute to late matriarch Susie Kruger.

Fort Berens Estate Winery west of Kamloops, led by winemaker James Cambridge, earned gold medals for Cabernet Franc and Riesling.

Stoneboat Pinot House, previously known at Stoneboat Vineyards, lived up to its new name with gold medals for two of its Pinot Noirs.

Hillside Winery on the Naramata Bench produced the best Pinot Gris of the competition.

History of Shepherds Mark tied to Horse Heaven Hills

The Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2018 Destiny Ridge Vineyards Estate Shepherds Mark White Wine from Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills was voted best of show by a landslide at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Richard Duval Images)

Jarrod and Ali Boyle first came up with Shepherds Mark for Alexandria Nicole Cellars in 2004,  

“I think we were the first in Washington with Roussanne and Marsanne and Viognier,” he said. “People had planted some of them, but not all three.”

He is quick to give credit to longtime mentor Wade Wolfe, the visionary viticulturist and winemaking talent recruited to Washington state in 1978 by what is now Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.

“I was really, really fortunate to work with Wade Wolfe,” Boyle said. “He taught me a bunch about the vines, site specifics and the best locations. And because I worked for Hogue, I got to work in all of the AVAs in Washington and in Idaho.”

The Boyles named their unique white Rhône blend blend as an homage to the early 20th century sheepherders who would stack rocks to serve as markers along the Horse Heaven Hills. The Boyles have safeguarded those they have found within Destiny Ridge Vineyard as monuments to simpler times.

Production of the Shepherds Mark grew to 2,400 cases before the Boyles began to find interest and subsequent success other white grapes such as Albariño and Pinot Gris. Bottling for the 2018 Shepherds Mark ended up a 943 cases, but Jarrod Boyle said production will be back up over 1,000 cases from the 2019 vintage.

“The reason I first started making Shepherds Mark is because I really enjoy the blending process,” he said. “There’s a lot of complexity to it, which I find exciting. It does well for us every year, and I can tweak it anyway I want. That wine has a heavier pH, but there is really nice weight and balance to it. Sales are doing well, and we are branching out to other states.”

“The only issues I have with Rhône whites is that they wines change dramatically as they age,” he added. “The fruit tends to fall out, but there comes more complexity, along with honeysuckle notes, so those wines appeal to different clientele and different stages. I like the fruitiness early on, and while some are not as big of fans of the weight, some people eat that up!”

The Boyles suggest enjoying it with poultry, rich fish or sautéed chicken with celery-root purée.

Alexandria Nicole adds to Horse Heaven Hills lore

Jarrod Boyle, owner/winemaker of Alexandria Nicole Cellars, established Destiny Ridge Vineyard in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills in 1998. (Richard Duval Images)

The ANC 2018 Affinity Albariño earned a gold medal, getting edged out in the best-of-class round by the Coyote Canyon Winery 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Albariño, signaling another variety that the Horse Heaven Hills can produce in award-winning fashion. In fact, Coyote Canyon’s Albariño went down to the wire with the Shepherds Mark in the taste-off for Best White Wine at The Invite.

The Great Northwest Invitational also marked the second time this year that grapes grown in the Horse Heaven Hills produced a best-of-show wine at judging operated by Great Northwest Wine. In April, the Coyote Canyon Winery Sangiovese in Prosser topped seventh annual Cascadia International Wine Competition.

At this fall’s Invite, among the 11 gold-medal wines rooted in the Horse Heaven Hills was the double gold Block Wines 2016 Discovery Vineyard Block 1 Cabernet Sauvignon ($55), a collaborative effort between Two Vintners winemaker Morgan Lee and Full Pull Wines owner Paul Zitarelli. It was no surprise considering their 2015 vintage earned a gold medal at the 2017 Invite. (At no point during the competition did Zitarelli, a member of the judging panel, evaluate an entry under his Block Wines program.)

Alexandria Nicole Cellars and Destiny Ridge Vineyard began in 1998. Success for ANC and following for Destiny Ridge fruit came quickly. And in 2011, Wine Press Northwest magazine selected Alexandria Nicole Cellars as the Washington Winery of the Year..

They’ve grown production for their own wines to 26,000 cases, with a target of 30,000 from the 2019 vintage. Much of their fruit goes to other wineries, and Portland-area producer Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery earned a gold medal at the 2019 Invite with Destiny Ridge grapes.

The Boyles seem tireless in nearly every phase of their business, and they’ve been at the forefront of several trends, ranging from exclusive wine club experiences, their glamping turn “tiny house” vineyard rentals, keg wines and a veritable constellation of tasting rooms. They have plans to roll out a downtown Seattle location later this fall, as well as opening a space at the new Woodin Creek Village near Brix Wine Bar.

“Yeah, it’s all kind of crazy,” Jarrod chuckled.

The 2019 nominating judges and panelists include:

Chief judges were Sophia McDonald Bennett, a journalist based in Eugene, Ore., who contributes to SevenFifty Daily; Dylan Joffe, staff writer for Full Pull Wines in Seattle and contributor to I’d Rather Be Meryl.com, and Ken Robertson, columnist for Wine Press Northwest magazine. and editor emeritus of the Tri-City (Wash.) Herald.

2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition results

The Orenda Winery 2016 Cabernet Franc, a wine produced in Carnation, Wash., with grapes from Stillwater Creek Vineyard along the Royal Slope, was voted as the best red wine at the 2019 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore. (Richard Duval Images)

Sweepstakes winners

Best of show/Best Rhône-inspired white blend/double gold medal
Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2018 Shepherds Mark White Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $28.00
Best red wine/Best Cabernet Franc
Orenda Winery 2016 Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley $37.00
Best sparkling wine
Gray Monk Estate Winery 2017 Odyssey White Brut, Okanagan Valley $23.99
Best rosé
Elk Cove Vineyards 2018 Estate Pinot Noir Rosé, Willamette Valley $18.00
Best sweet wine/double gold medal
Chateau Ste. Michelle & Dr. Loosen 2014 Eroica Ice Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $60.00

Best fortified/double gold medal
Barnard Griffin Winery 2018 Syrah Port, Columbia Valley $17.00
Best Malbec/double gold medal
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2017 Malbec, Rattlesnake Hills $28.00
Best Rhône-inspired red blend/double gold medal
Fujishin Family Cellars 2016 Amatino Red Wine, Snake River Valley $26.95
Best Carménère/double gold medal
Jones of Washington 2015 Carménère, Wahluke Slope $29.99
Best Viognier/double gold medal
Penner-Ash Wine Cellars 2018 Viognier, Oregon $30.00
Best Grenache/double gold medal
Two Vintners 2017 Grenache, Columbia Valley $25.00
Best Cabernet Sauvignon/gold medal
Woodward Canyon Winery 2016 Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington State $59.00
Best Pinot Noir/gold medal
Youngberg Hill 2016 Cuvée Pinot Noir, McMinnville $35.00
Best Merlot/gold medal
Cougar Crest Estate Winery 2015 Merlot, Walla Walla Valley $32.00
Best Chardonnay/gold medal
Jones of Washington 2018 Chardonnay, Wahluke Slope $13.99
Best Riesling/gold medal
Rain Dance Vineyards 2018 Grand Oak Vineyard Estate Riesling, Chehalem Mountains $24.00
Best Sangiovese/gold medal
Maryhill Winery 2016 Elephant Mountain Sangiovese, Rattlesnake Hills $38.00
Best Sauvignon Blanc/gold medal
Airfield Estates Winery 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley $15.00
Best Syrah/gold medal
Saviah Cellars 2017 Syrah, Walla Walla Valley $32.00
Best Pinot Gris/gold medal
Hillside Winery 2018 Pinot Gris, Naramata Bench $26.00
Best Gewürztraminer/gold medal
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2018 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $17.39
Best Zinfandel/gold medal
Thurston Wolfe 2017 Zephry Ridge Vineyard Zinfandel, Horse Heaven Hills $20.00
Best Tempranillo/gold medal
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2016 Tempranillo, Rogue Valley $31.00
Best Gamay Noir/gold medal
Saint Josef’s Winery 2018 Whole Cluster Gamay, Willamette Valley $22.00
Best GSM/gold medal
Colter’s Creek Winery 2016 Arrow Rim GSM Red Wine, Idaho $25.00
Best Albariño/gold medal
Coyote Canyon Winery 2018 Albariño, Horse Heaven Hills $20.00
Best of class/gold medal
Amavi Cellars 2017 Estate Vineyard Ceres Red Wine, Walla Walla Valley $44.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2016 The Last Best Wife Reserve Red Wine, Columbia Valley $48.00
William Church 2016 Bishops Blend Red Wine, Columbia Valley $25.00

Double gold medal

Barnard Griffin Winery 2017 Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $14.00
Big Table Farm 2017 Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills $62.00
Block Wines 2016 Discovery Vineyard Block 1 Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $55.00
CasaSmith 2017 Cervo Northridge Vineyard Barbera, Wahluke Slope $25.00
Cinder Wines 2017 Syrah, Snake River Valley $30.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2017 Carménère, Horse Heaven Hills $32.00
Desert Wind Winery 2016 Merlot, Wahluke Slope $18.00
Dussek 2017 Malbec, Columbia Valley $26.00
Dusted Valley Vintners 2017 Olsen Brothers Vineyard Chardonnay, Yakima Valley $36.00
King Estate Winery 2017 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $29.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Elephant Mountain Marvell GSM, Rattlesnake Hills $46.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Syrah, Columbia Valley $27.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Estate Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $34.00
Old Bridge Cellars 2017 Two Messengers Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $30.00
Orenda Winery 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $37.00
Renegade Wine Co. 2018 Rosé, Columbia Valley $11.00
Seven Hills Winery 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $16.00
Tertulia Cellars 2015 Carménère, Horse Heaven Hills $48.00
Treveri Cellars NV Blanc de Blancs, Yakima Valley $15.00
Westport Winery 2017 Charterboat Chick Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $29.00
Westport Winery 2017 MV Argonaut Conner-Lee Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $49.00
Westport Winery 2017 MV Endeavor Elephant Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, Rattlesnake Hills $49.00
Zerba Cellars 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley $36.00

Gold medal

2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2017 Grenache, Rogue Valley $32.00
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2016 Darow Series Malbec, Rogue Valley $49.00
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2017 Viognier, Rogue Valley $26.00
Airlie Winery 2016 Riesling, Willamette Valley $20.00
Alexana Winery 2016 Terroir Series Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $35.00
Alexana Winery 2016 Revana Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $55.00
Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2018 Affinity Albariño, Horse Heaven Hills $25.00
Anne Amie Vineyards 2018 Cuvée A Amrita White Wine, Willamette Valley $15.00
Apolloni Vineyards 2015 Estate Dolce Vino Viognier, Willamette Valley $22.00
Big Table Farm 2018 Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley $32.00
Camas Prairie Winery 2018 Huckleberry Mead, Idaho $15.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2016 Syrah, Columbia Valley $34.00
Cedergreen Cellars 2017 Chenin Blanc, Columbia Valley $19.00
Chris James Cellars 2016 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $26.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2017 Louis Delsol Cabernet Sauvignon, Lewis-Clark Valley $32.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2017 Merlot, Lewis-Clark Valley $25.00
Colter’s Creek Winery 2017 Estate Rocinante Red Wine, Lewis-Clark Valley $35.00
Columbia Crest 2017 Grand Estates Syrah, Columbia Valley $12.00
Columbia Winery 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $14.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Life is a Rosé Barbera, Horse Heaven Hills $18.00
DANCIN Vineyards 2017 Ballerina Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $39.00
Dazzle Cellars 2018 Julia’s Dazzle Rosé, Columbia Valley $18.00
Dunham Cellars 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon XXI, Columbia Valley $45.00
EFESTE 2016 Taylor Mag Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $30.00
Eleven Winery 2018 Chenin Blanc, Washington $20.00
Elk Cove Vineyards 2017 Estate Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $29.00
Finn Hill Winery 2016 Pave’ Grenache, Walla Walla Valley $30.00
Fort Berens Estate Winery 2017 Cabernet Franc, British Columbia $21.50
Fort Berens Estate Winery 2018 Riesling, British Columbia $14.00
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winey 2018 Old Vines Auxerrois, Golden Mile Bench $14.29
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winey 2018 Ehrenfelser, Okanagan Valley $13.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winey 2018 Rosé Merlot/Cabernet Franc, Golden Mile Bench $14.99
Gran Moraine 2017 Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton $45.00
Gray Monk Estate Winery 2018 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $16.99
Hanson Vineyards 2017 Gamay Noir, Willamette Valley $21.00
Henry Earl Estate 2016 Merlot, Red Mountain $39.00
Hightower Cellars 2015 Red Mountain Estate, Red Mountain $45.00
Hightower Cellars 2016 Murray Red Wine, Columbia Valley $18.00
INTRINSIC Wine Co. 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $22.00
J. Bookwalter 2017 Conner-Lee Vineyard Double Plot Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $40.00
Januik Winery 2017 Cold Creek Vineyard Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $30.00
Jones of Washington 2018 Rosé of Syrah, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $13.99
Jones of Washington 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $14.99
Koenig Vineyards 2018 Riesling Ice Wine, Snake River Valley $25.00
Koenig Vineyards 2016 The Devil’s Bedstead Zinfandel, Snake River Valley $30.00
L’Ecole No. 41 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley $25.00
Lake Breeze Vineyards 2018 Alize Roussanne, Okanagan Valley $25.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2017 Heart of the Hill Carménère, Red Mountain $38.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2018 Gewürztraminer, Red Mountain $18.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2016 Bud Burst Reserve, Red Mountain $38.00
Lingua Franca 2017 Avni Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $40.00
Lingua Franca 2017 The Plow Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills $60.00
Locus Wines 2015 Red, Yakima Valley $25.00
Martin-Scott Winery 2017 Montepulciano, Columbia Valley $32.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Proprietor’s Reserve Barbera, Columbia Valley $42.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Rosé of Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $17.00
Milbrandt Vineyards 2017 Merlot, Columbia Valley $19.00
Moon Alchemy Wine 2018 Rosé de Mourvèdre, Rattlesnake Hills $27.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2017 Summit Red, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Nine Hats Wines 2017 Pinot Gris, Columbia Valley $14.00
Northstar Winery 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $55.00
Northstar Winery 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley $41.00
Passing Time Winery 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley $85.00
Patton Valley Vineyard 2018 Patton Valley Vineyard PTG Red Wine, Willamette Valley $26.00
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery 2015 Destiny Ridge Vineyard Elijah’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $38.00
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery 2017 Carson’s Reserve Barrel Select Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $38.00
Pipe Dreams Winery 2017 Grüner Veltliner, Okanagan Valley $18.85
Quails’ Gate Estate Winery 2018 Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $29.99
Rain Dance Vineyards 2016 Estate Pinot Noir, Chehalem Mountains $40.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2015 Rojo Dulce Dessert Wine, Umpqua Valley $24.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Estate Selection Grüner Veltliner, Umpqua Valley $26.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2018 Albariño, Applegate Valley $24.00
Season Cellars 2018 Transparency, Southern Oregon $18.00
Seven Falls Cellars 2015 Merlot, Wahluke Slope $18.00
Stave & Stone Wine Estates 2017 Duke’s Valley Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $44.00
Stave & Stone Wine Estates 2018 Riesling, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Stoneboat Pinot House 2015 Reserve Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $39.90
Stoneboat Pinot House 2016 Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $26.90
Structure Cellars 2017 Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley $40.00
Tamarack Cellars 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley $28.00
Tendril Wine Cellars 2015 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $52.00
The Underground Wine Project 2018 And Why Am I Mr. Pink Rosé, Columbia Valley $12.99
Thurston Wolfe Winery 2017 Malbec, Horse Heaven Hills $30.00
Tinhorn Creek Vineyards 2017 Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $20.99
Warr-King Wines 2016 Gamache Malbec, Columbia Valley $38.00
Warr-King Wines 2015 Kiona Vineyards Merlot, Red Mountain $36.00
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2018 Autumn Gold White Wine, Okanagan Valley $17.39
Williamson Vineyards 2016 Malbec, Snake River Valley $25.00
Winter’s Hill Estate 2016 Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $44.00
Zerba Cellars 2016 Malbec, Walla Walla Valley $45.00

Silver medal

14 Hands Winery 2018 Rosé, Washington State, $12
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2016 Darow Series Pinot Noir, Rogue Valley $42.00
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2017 Grenache Rosé, Rogue Valley
2Hawk Vineyard & Winery 2017 Darow Series Viognier, Rogue Valley $46.00
50th Parallel Estate Winery 2018 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $19.90
50th Parallel Estate Winery 2018 Riesling, Okanagan Valley $19.90
Airfield Estate Winery 2016 Dauntless Red Wine, Yakima Valley
Airfield Estate Winery 2016 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Valley $30.00
Airfield Estates Winery 2017 Red Wine, Yakima Valley $18.00
Airfield Estates Winery 2017 Spitfire, Yakima Valley $30.00
Airfield Estates Winery 2016 Mustang, Yakima Valley $30.00
Airfield Estates Winery 2018 Viognier, Yakima Valley $15.00
Airfield Estates Winery 2018 Chardonnay, Yakima Valley $15.00
Airlie Winery 2017 Maréchal Foch, Willamette Valley $22.00
Airlie Winery 2015 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $28.00
Alloro Vineyard 2017 Estate Pinot Noir, Chehalem Mountains $40.00
Alloro Vineyard 2017 Estate Riservata Pinot Noir, Chehalem Mountains $50.00
Apolloni Vineyards 2016 Estate Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $34.00
Barrage Cellars 2014 Double Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $40.00
Barrage Cellars 2011 AKA Merlot, Yakima Valley $30.00
Bergevin Lane Vineyards 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $12.00
Black Hills Estate Winery 2017 Syrah, Okanagan Valley $39.90
Black Hills Estate Winery 2018 Viognier, Okanagan Valley $24.90
Blakeslee Vineyard Estate 2017 Chardonnay, Chehalem Mountain $48.00
Block Wines 2017 Boushey Vineyard Golden Block Grenache, Yakima Valley $35.00
Borne of Fire 2017 Cabernet Sauvigon, Columbia Valley $20.00
Buddha Kat Winery NV Framboise Chocolat Port-style, Oregon $35.00
C.C. Jentsch Cellars 2016 Cabernet Merlot, Okanagan Valley $15.90
C.C. Jentsch Cellars 2017 The Quest, Okanagan Valley $17.90
Callan Cellars 2018 Boushey Vineyards Grenache Blanc, Yakima Valley $25.00
Callan Cellars 2018 Boushey Vineyards Picpoul, Yakima Valley $25.00
Cana’s Feast 2016 Destiny Ridge Vineyard Barbera, Columbia Valley $32.00
Cascadian Outfitters NV Estate Rosé Wine, Columbia Valley
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2016 Chardonnay, Columbia Gorge $28.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2015 Malbec Reserve, Columbia Valley $48.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2016 Dampier Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $38.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2016 The Daughters’ Reserve, Columbia Valley $58.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2018 Necessity White, Columbia Gorge $30.00
Chateau Lorane Winery 2014 Carménère, Rogue Valley $30.00
Chateau Lorane Winery 2014 Petit Verdot, Columbia Valley $35.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle 2015 Cold Creek Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $30.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle 2016 Cold Creek Vineyard Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $22.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle 2017 Mimi Chardonnay, Horse Heaven Hills $20.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle 2014 Artist Series Red Wine, Columbia Valley $65.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle 2018 Dry Riesling, Columbia Valley $9.00
Chris James Cellars 2016 Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $39.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2016 The Wine Project, Washington $32.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2017 The Wine Project, Washington $32.00
Coiled Wines 2017 Translations Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $22.00
Coiled Wines 2017 Evergreen Vineyard Rizza Sparkling Wine, Washington $28.00
College Cellars of Walla Walla 2017 Chardonnay, Walla Walla Valley $20.00
College Cellars of Walla Walla 2016 Merlot, Walla Walla Valley $25.00
College Cellars of Walla Walla 2017 Viognier, Columbia Valley $20.00
Colter’s Creek Winery 2015 Estate Koos•Koos•Kia Red Wine, Lewis-Clark Valley
Colter’s Creek Winery 2018 Juliaetta Blanco White Wine, Idaho
Columbia Crest 2016 H3 Cabernet, Horse Heaven Hills $15.00
Columbia Crest 2016 H3 Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $15.00
Columbia Winery 2016 Element Red Blend, Wahluke Slope $40.00
Columbia Winery 2016 Vision Red Blend, Horse Heaven Hills $45.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2016 Squall Line Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $35.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2015 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Primitivo, Horse Heaven Hills
Coyote Canyon Winery 2016 Coyote Canyon Vineyard El Chispear Sparkling Albariño, Horse Heaven Hills
Domaine Pouillon 2015 Cinsaut, Horse Heaven Hills $50.00
Domaine Ste. Michelle NV Brut Rosé, Columbia Valley $13.00
Domaine Ste. Michelle NV Brut, Columbia Valley $13.00
Drink Washington State 2016 Visit Wahluke Slope Carménère, Wahluke Slope $29.00
Drink Washington State 2016 Dip into Lake Chelan Pinot Noir, Lake Chelan $29.00
Drum Roll Wine 2016 Drum Roll Red, Columbia Valley $14.99
Dunham Cellars 2017 Shirley Mays Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $25.00
Dunham Cellars 2016 Trutina Red wine, Columbia Valley $29.00
Dunham Cellars 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $22.00
Dussek 2016 Syrah, Columbia Valley $20.00
Dusted Valley Vintners 2016 Malbec, Columbia Valley $45.00
Dusted Valley Vintners 2016 BFM Red Wine, Columbia Valley $53.00
Dusted Valley Vintners 2016 Tall Tales Syrah, Walla Walla Valley $62.00
EFESTE 2018 Feral Sauvignon Blanc, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $22.00
Eleven Winery 2017 Malbec, Yakima Valley $41.00
Eleven Winery 2018 Roussanne, $25.00
Elk Cove Vineyards 2018 Estate Pinot Blanc, Willamette Valley
Elk Cove Vineyards 2017 Clay Court Estate Pinot Noir, Chehalem Mountains
Elk Cove Vineyards 2017 Estate La Bohème Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton
Elk Cove Vineyards 2017 Mount Richmond Estate Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton
Elk Cove Vineyards 2017 Estate Riesling, Willamette Valley
Elk Cove Vineyards 2016 Estate La Bohème Brut Rosé, Yamhill-Carlton
Erath Winery 2017 Pinot Gris, Oregon $14.00
Ferraro Cellar 2016 Phinny Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $36.00
Finn Hill Winery 2015 Rosébud Vineyard Le Beau Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope $30.00
Finn Hill Winery 2016 Vivant Malbec, Wahluke Slope $30.00
Finn Hill Winery 2015 Stillwater Creek Vineyard Merveille Merlot, Columbia Valley $30.00
Finn Hill Winery 2017 Le Cap Pinotage, Yakima Valley $30.00
Fort Berens Estate Winery 2017 White Gold, British Columbia $20.00
Fujishin Family Cellars 2018 Late Harvest Riesling, Snake River Valley $19.95
Fujishin Family Cellars 2016 Tempranillo, Snake River Valley $24.95
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2017 Signature Cabernet Franc Icewine, Golden Mile Bench $47.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2018 Private Reserve Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $14.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2018 Private Reserve Dry Riesling, Okanagan Valley $13.99
Gran Moraine 2016 Chardonnay, Yamhill-Carlton $45.00
Gray Monk Estate Winery 2017 Pinot Auxerrois, Okanagan Valley $15.99
Gray Monk Estate Winery 2017 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $15.99
Gray Monk Estate Winery 2017 Merlot, British Columbia $16.99
H/H Estates 2015 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Big John Reserve Cab Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills
Hanson Vineyards 2017 Rustic Red Blend, Willamette Valley $14.00
Hat Ranch Winery 2018 Estate Dry Moscato, Snake River Valley $17.95
Hat Ranch Winery 2016 Hat Trick Red, Snake River Valley $26.95
Hat Ranch Winery 2018 Dry Rosé, Snake River Valley $16.95
Hat Ranch Winery 2017 Syrah, Snake River Valley $28.00
Hayworth Estate Wines 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Rogue Valley $22.00
Henry Earl Estate 2016 Shaw Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $42.00
Henry Earl Estate 2016 Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc, Red Mountain $28.00
Henry Earl Estate 2016 Obelisco Malbec, Red Mountain $40.00
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2018 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $16.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2018 Select Barrels Cabernet Merlot, Okanagan Valley $17.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2016 The Judge Red Wine, Golden Mile Bench $43.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2018 Character Red, Golden Mile Bench $18.99
Hillside Winery 2018 Muscat Ottonel, Naramata Bench $22.00
Intrigue Wines 2018 Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2018 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2018 Riesling, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2018 Social White, Okanagan Valley $12.95
INTRINSIC Wine Co. 2017 Red Blend, Columbia Valley $22.00
Iris Vineyards 2017 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $23.99
J. Bookwalter 2016 Conner-Lee Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley
JoieFarm Winery 2018 Un-oaked Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $25.00
JoieFarm Winery 2017 Gamay, Okanagan Valley $28.00
JoieFarm Winery 2018 Re-Think Pink Rosé, Okanagan Valley $24.00
JoieFarm Winery 2018 A Noble Blend, Okanagan Valley $26.00
Jones of Washington 2015 Estate Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope $14.99
Jones of Washington 2017 Riesling, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $9.99
Kennedy Shah 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley $20.00
Kennedy Shah 2016 Reserve Riesling, Yakima Valley $25.00
Knudsen Vineyards 2017 Chardonnay, Dundee Hills $45.00
Koenig Vineyards 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon ~ Syrah, Snake River Valley $28.00
La Crema 2017 La Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $30.00
Lady Hill 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley
Lake Breeze Vineyards 2017 Aura Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $35.00
Lake Breeze Vineyards 2014 Tempest, Okanagan Valley $50.00
Lake Breeze Vineyards 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, Okanagan Valley $22.00
Lake Breeze Vineyards 2018 Spice Jar, Okanagan Valley $19.00
Ledger David Cellars 2016 Sublimus Red Blend, Rogue Valley $38.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2016 Scooteney Flats Cabernet Franc, Red Mountain $38.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2017 Reserve Syrah, Red Mountain $41.00
Lingua Franca 2017 Lingua Franca Estate Chardonnay, Eola-Amity Hills $55.00
Lingua Franca 2017 Avni Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $40.00
Lodmell Cellars NV Sublime Red Wine, Columbia Valley $30.00
Lodmell Cellars 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $22.00
Lone Birch Wines 2018 Riesling, Yakima Valley $12.00
Long Shadows Vintners 2016 Chester Kidder Red Wine, Columbia Valley $60.00
Longship Cellars 2017 Star Ship Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $28.00
Longship Cellars 2017 Luck Drage Chardonnay, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $24.00
Longship Cellars 2017 Star Ship Red Blend, Columbia Valley
Longship Cellars 2017 Ginger Man Syrah, Horse Heaven Hills $32.00
Longship Cellars 2017 Invader Tempranillo, Columbia Valley $36.00
Marchesi Vineyards 2017 Barbera, Columbia Valley $32.00
Marchesi Vineyards 2017 Solimano, Columbia Valley $35.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Albariño, Columbia Valley $25.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Proprietor’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $46.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Elephant Mountain Carménère, Rattlesnake Hills $46.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Mckinley Springs Cinsaut, Horse Heaven Hills $42.00
Maryhill Winery 2015 Proprietor’s Reserve Vintage Port, Columbia Valley $30.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Proprietor’s Reserve Grenache, Columbia Valley $42.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Kiona Merlot, Red Mountain $44.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 McKinley Springs Mourvèdre, Horse Heaven Hills $38.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Sangiovese, Columbia Valley
Maryhill Winery 2016 Proprietor’s Reserve Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $36.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Northridge Syrah, Wahluke Slope $42.00
Maryhill Winery 2017 Winemaker’s White, Columbia Valley $16.00
Milbrandt Vineyards 2017 The Estates Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope
Milbrandt Vineyards 2018 Evergreen Vineyard The Estates Chardonnay, Ancient Lakes $24.00
Milbrandt Vineyards 2016 Ravenscliff Vineyard Single Vineyard Series Malbec, Wahluke Slope $42.00
Milbrandt Vineyards 2017 The Estates Malbec, Wahluke Slope $27.00
Milbrandt Vineyards 2018 Clifton Vineyard The Estates Viognier, Wahluke Slope $24.00
Montinore Estate 2016 Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $38.00
Montinore Estate 2018 Almost Dry Riesling, Willamette Valley $18.00
Montinore Estate NV Vivace Sparkling, Willamette Valley $24.00
Montinore Estate 2016 Teroldego, Willamette Valley $50.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2017 Barbera, Columbia Valley $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2012 Puerto Montaña Port Style Dessert Wine, Columbia Gorge $46.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2017 Estate Riesling, Columbia Gorge $22.00
Nine Hats 2017 Riesling, Columbia Valley $14.00
Nodland Cellars 2016 Bad Attitude Red Blend, Walla Walla Valley $35.00
North Valley Vineyards 2017 Soter Vineyards Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $30.00
Northwest Cellars 2015 Carménère, Red Mountain $48.00
Northwest Cellars 2014 Malbec, Yakima Valley $28.00
Northwest Cellars 2014 Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $24.00
Northwest Cellars 2015 Petit Verdot, Red Mountain $48.00
Northwest Cellars 2015 Intrigue Red Wine, Columbia Valley $32.00
Oak Flat Vineyards 2016 Grenache (Syrah and Mourvèdre) Blend, Columbia Valley $20.00
One Faith Vineyards 2017 Certitude by One Faith Vineyards Red Wine, British Columbia $42.00
Orenda Winery 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $37.00
Panther Creek Cellars 2017 Winemaker’s Cuvée Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $25.00
Pappas Wine Co. 2017 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $25.00
Par Terre Winery 2018 Rosé of Cabernet Franc, Snake River Valley $16.00
Penner-Ash Wine Cellars 2017 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $40.00
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery 2016 Destiny Ridge Vineyard Tristan’s Block 17 Syrah, Horse Heaven Hills $38.00
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery 2017 Kristina’s Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $75.00
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery 2018 Haley’s Block Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $36.00
Pike Road Wines 2017 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
Pipe Dreams Winery 2016 Gamay, Okanagan Valley $21.55
Planet Oregon 2018 Soter Vineyard Rosé Bubbles, Willamette Valley $20.00
Pomeroy Cellars 2016 Lucia #47 Red Wine, Yakima Valley $43.99
Quails’ Gate Estate Winery 2017 Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $22.99
R. Stuart & Co. Winery 2017 Big Fire Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $19.00
Red Rooster Winery 2016 Rare Bird Series Merlot, Okanagan Valley $40.00
Red Rooster Winery 2017 Pinot Blanc, Okanagan Valley $17.00
Red Rooster Winery 2016 Golden Egg GSM, British Columbia $55.00
Renegade Wine Co. 2016 Grenache, Columbia Valley $15.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Estate Selection Grenache, Umpqua Valley $28.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Green Lizard Grüner Veltliner, Umpqua Valley $32.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Estate Selection Pinot Noir, Umpqua Valley $34.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Reserve Pinot Noir, Umpqua Valley $42.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Estate Selection Syrah, Umpqua Valley $34.00
Robert Karl Cellars 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $32.00
Robert Karl Cellars 2016 Claret, Horse Heaven Hills $22.00
Rocky Pond Winery 2017 Gewürztraminer, Lake Chelan $20.00
Rocky Pond Winery 2017 Grenache, Columbia Valley $33.00
Rocky Pond Winery 2016 Malbec, Columbia Valley $42.00
Rocky Pond Winery 2016 La Domestique, Columbia Valley $39.00
Rocky Pond Winery 2016 Clos CheValle Sparkling Wine, Lake Chelan $46.00
Ruby Vineyard & Winery 2018 Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley $18.00
Ruby Vineyard & Winery 2016 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $25.00
Ryan Patrick Wines 2018 Rock Island Chardonnay, Columbia Valley
Ryan Patrick Wines 2018 Naked Chardonnay, Columbia Valley
Ryan Patrick Wines 2016 Rock Island Red, Columbia Valley
Ryan Patrick Wines 2018 Olsen Brothers Vineyard Riesling, Yakima Valley
Ryan Patrick Wines 2018 Rosé, Columbia Valley
Sagemoor 2014 Stars in a Row Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $70.00
Sagemoor 2016 Carving Blocks Dry Riesling, Columbia Valley $20.00
Sagemoor 2017 Without Rehearsal Sauvignon Blanc/Sèmillon, Columbia Valley $28.00
Sandhill Wines 2017 Syrah Terroir Driven Wines, British Columbia $22.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2014 Cabernet Franc, Applegate Valley $20.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2017 Reserve Chardonnay, Applegate Valley $30.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2016 Syrah, Applegate Valley $40.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2016 Tempranillo, Applegate Valley $40.00
Schmidt Family Vineyards 2014 Zinfandel, Applegate Valley $25.00
Season Cellars 2015 Grenache, Southern Oregon $38.00
Seven Falls Cellars 2016 Chardonnay, Wahluke Slope $18.00
Seven Falls Cellars 2015 Rapids Red Red Blend, Wahluke Slope $18.00
Seven Hills Winery 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $30.00
Seven Hills Winery 2016 Merlot, Walla Walla Valley $25.00
Sigillo Cellars 2017 GSM, Columbia Valley $35.00
Sigillo Cellars 2017 Sunset, Columbia Valley $30.00
Sigillo Cellars 2018 SnoValley, Columbia Valley $20.00
Sleight of Hand Cellars 2018 Magician Riesling, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $18.00
Sokol Blosser Winery 2016 Dundee Hills Estate Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $40.00
Planet Oregon 2017 Soter Vineyards Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $22.00
Spring Valley Vineyard 2016 Frederick Red Wine, Walla Walla Valley $50.00
St. Josef’s Winery NV Estate L’Esprit Gewürztraminer, Willamette Valley
Starside 2017 Starside Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington State $20.00
Stave & Stone Wine Estates 2016 Stave & Stone Zinfandel, Columbia Gorge $42.00
Stoneboat Pinot House 2016 Reserve Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $39.90
Stoneboat Pinot House 2017 Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley $27.90
StoneRiver Vineyard & Winery 2017 Pinot Noir, Rogue Valley $26.00
StoneRiver Vineyard & Winery 2016 Amethyst, Rogue Valley $29.00
Structure Cellars 2017 Merlot, Yakima $25.00
Structure Cellars 2017 Syrah/Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley $23.00
Talent Cellars 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Oregon $44.00
Talent Cellars 2016 Nuf Sed Red, Oregon $24.00
Territorial Vineyards & Wine Co., 2017 Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $26.00
Tertulia Cellars 2017 Grenache, Walla Walla Valley $35.00
Tertulia Cellars 2016 The Great SchisM, Walla Walla Valley $45.00
Tertulia Cellars 2018 Viognier, Walla Walla Valley $25.00
The Walls Vineyards 2016 Les Jeunes Vignes White Wine, Columbia Valley $20.00
Three of Cups 2015 Le Croyant Petite Sirah, Red Mountain $32.00
Thurston Wolfe 2017 Petite Sirah, Horse Heaven Hills $20.00
Thurston Wolfe 2017 Dr. Wolfe’s Family Red, Horse Heaven Hills $18.00
Tinhorn Creek Vineyards 2018 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $18.99
Tinhorn Creek Vineyards 2015 The Creek, Okanagan Valley $55.00
Treveri Cellars NV Blanc de Noir Brut, Yakima Valley $20.00
Treveri Cellars NV Müller-Thurgau, Yakima Valley $25.00
Two Mountain Winery 2017 Copeland Vineyard Reserve Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley $35.00
Two Vintners 2016 May’s Discovery Vineyard Sal Cabernet Sauvigon, Horse Heaven Hills
Two Vintners 2017 Boushey Vineyard Claire Grenache, Yakima Valley
Two Vintners 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley
Upsidedown Wine 2016 Co-Ferment Mourvédre/Grenache, Yakima Valley $50.00
Upsidedown Wine 2018 Rescue Rosé, Washington State $20.00
Vanessa Vineyard 2016 Cabernet Franc, Similkameen Valley $49.99
Vanessa Vineyard 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, Similkameen Valley $79.99
Vanessa Vineyard 2014 Meritage, Similkameen Valley $39.99
Vine 46 2016 Petit Verdot, Columbia Valley $38.00
Vine 46 2016 Latitude, Columbia Valley $24.00
Volcanic Hills Estate Winery 2018 Gamay Noir, Okanagan Valley $17.99
Wautoma Springs 2016 Behemoth Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $48.00
Weisinger Family Winery 2016 Malbec, Rogue Valley $36.00
Weisinger Family Winery 2017 Viognier, Rogue Valley $26.00
Westport Winery 2017 MV Nomad Discovery Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $49.00
Westport Winery 2016 Mermaid Merlot, Columbia Valley $29.00
Whidbey Island Winery 2017 Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley $22.00
Whidbey Island Winery 2016 Lemberger, Yakima Valley $20.00
Whidbey Island Winery 2017 Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $22.00
Whidbey Island Winery 2017 Estate Siegerrebe, Puget Sound $18.00
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2017 Merlot, Okanagan Valley $23.48
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2018 Pinot Gris, British Columbia $17.39
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2017 Red Horizon Meritage, Okanagan Valley $25.22
Wild Goose Vineyards & Winery 2018 Riesling, Okanagan Valley $17.39
WillaKenzie Estate 2017 Chardonnay, Yamhill-Carlton $75.00
Williamson Vineyards 2014 Reserve Petite Sirah, Snake River Valley $30.00
Williamson Vineyards 2018 Viognier, Snake River Valley $16.00
Wilridge Winery & Vineyard 2015 Wilridge Vineyard Estate Biodynamic Syrah-Mourvèdre, Naches Heights
Winescape 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $39.00
Winescape 2017 GSM, Columbia Valley $39.00
Winescape 2017 Marmot Incarnate, Columbia Valley $32.00
Winter’s Hill Estate 2017 Watershed Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $25.00
Winter’s Hill Estate 2017 Block 8 Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills $54.00
Wooden Shoe Vineyards 2018 Sparkling Albariño, Willamette Valley $20.00
Woodward Canyon Winery 2017 Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington State $99.00
Woodward Canyon Winery 2018 Chardonnay, Washington State $44.00

About Eric Degerman

Eric Degerman is the President and CEO of Great Northwest Wine. He is a journalist with more than 30 years of daily newspaper experience and has been writing about wine since 1998. He co-founded Wine Press Northwest magazine with Andy Perdue and served as its managing editor for a decade. He is a frequent wine judge at international wine competitions throughout North America and orchestrates 10 Northwest competitions each year.

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