Boise-area Telaya Wine Co., uses Idaho Syrah to top Cascadia International

By on June 5, 2021
Carrie and Earl Sullivan of Telaya Wine Co., in Garden City, Idaho, used their 2018 Syrah from Sawtooth Vineyard in the Snake River Valley to win the 2021 Cascadia International Wine Competition. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

RICHLAND, Wash. — Twice in the past three years, Earl and Carrie Sullivan of Telaya Wine Co., turned Syrah from the Snake River Valley into the Best Red Wine at the Idaho Wine Competition.

At the 2021 Cascadia International Wine Competition, the Boise-area producers submitted a 2018 Syrah grown in Idaho that entered the sweepstakes as the best red of judging and emerged as the best of show. That news from the three-day judging in early May at the Courtyard by Marriott Columbia Point in Richland, Wash., will be an extra selling point during June — Idaho Wine Month — and beyond.

Despite the recent acclaim for their Syrah program, word that Telaya won the Cascadia gobsmacked Earl so much so that he needed to be told twice.

“You’re kidding,” Sullivan said.

No sir.

“You’re kidding, right?” he asked.

Telaya’s proven and stylish approach to Syrah shined throughout the Cascadia as their 2018 example off historic Ciel du Cheval on Washington’s famous Red Mountain also garnered a gold medal from the judging panel. It got edged out in the best-of-class round by that Sawtooth Vineyard Syrah, which finished No. 1 among the 682 entries produced with fruit from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia or Montana.

“The two are wildly different,” said Sullivan, a biochemist and pharmaceutical executive prior to launching Telaya. “I personally love Syrah, so it’s really enjoyable to work with top sites in two states.”

A scintillating Albariño from Walla Walla’s SuLei Cellars

Tanya Woodley and Elaine Jomwe launched SuLei Cellars in 2007 along Beet Road in Walla Walla, where Woodley studied winemaking at Walla Walla Community College. (Richard Duval Images)

Earl Jones at Abacela proved the Spanish white grape Albariño can thrive in Southern Oregon, and its success continues to spread across the Pacific Northwest. Last year, the Williamson family, which grows fruit for Telaya, used their debut vintage of Albariño to nose out the Sullivans for best of show at the 2020 Idaho Wine Competition.

This spring, SuLei Cellars in Walla Walla entered a 2019 Albariño from the Yakima Valley that cruised to the award for Best White at the Cascadia and received votes for best of show.

“We’re very excited about this award and particularly honored that the Albariño made this distinction!” said winemaker Tanya Woodley. “White wines from Walla Walla producers, albeit sourced from outside of the valley, are often overlooked because our region is known for so many fantastic red wines.”

Woodley and her longtime partner, Elaine Jomwe, have used their delicious Albariño as an early point of interest at both of their tasting rooms, including their young satellite location in Woodley’s hometown of Vancouver USA.

“We have made this all-stainless, crisp and fruit-forward style of Albariño from the Crawford Vineyard since 2016,” Woodley says. “We feel it’s a unique grape that deserves the accolades and Crawford does a beautiful job. I’ve been sourcing all of my white wine varieties from Crawford Vineyard since 2015, starting with the Roussanne. I was thrilled to find the Albariño after we lost our Sauvignon Blanc source close by.”

Gorgeous bubbles by Cushman for Mt. Hood Winery

Rich Cushman grew up in Oregon’s Hood River Valley and makes wine for several wineries in the Columbia Gorge, including his own Viento Wines project. (Richard Duval Images)

Hood River Valley native Rich Cushman once again proved he’s the guru on the Oregon side of the Columbia Gorge with a total of seven gold medals. There’s the sweepstakes winner plus four gold medals for Mt. Hood Winery, and individual golden efforts with Pinot Noir for the re-launched AlmaTerra Wines as well as Cushman’s own Viento project.

The Mt. Hood Winery nonvintage Van Horn Estate Vineyard Estate Brut Cuvée, produced with Bickford family Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, provides another example of the deliciousness that comes off vines in the foothills of Mount Hood. Meanwhile, the other gold medals were for Barbera, Grenache and Riesling at various points along the Columbia Gorge, including Gunkel family vines near Maryhil Winery.

Batchelor flexes muscles at Maryhill Winery

New Zealand native Richard Batchelor orchestrates work in the cellar at Maryhill Winery during the 2020 harvest. (Richard Duval Images)

Maryhill Winery, the Northwest’s leading producer of Viognier, flashed a Midas touch with the often-flabby white Rhône by earned a rare double gold and best-of-class award in the form of $19 bottle from the 2019 vintage.

In all, winemaker Richard Batchelor amassed nine gold medals for owners Craig and Vicki Leuthold and their four tasting rooms and bistros across Washington state. Those golds included two for expressions of Merlot — including a BOC — two for Chardonnay, and one each for Tempranillo, Malbec, Sangiovese and Roussanne.

Cellardoor in Maine produces top Cab, primo Pinot

Maine native Aaron Peet and his wife/assistant winemaker Christina, produce more than 10,000 cases of award-winning wine for Cellardoor Winery in the Pine Tree State. (Photo courtesy of Cellardoor Winery)

The 2021 Cascadia served as yet another West Coast competition that showcased Northwest fruit in the hands of East Coast winemaker Aaron Peet at Cellardoor Winery in Lincolnville, Maine.

Peet, who crossed the country to study winemaking at Walla Walla Community College, earned for storied Fidelity money manager Bettina Doulton a pair of best-of-class awards in the red categories most coveted by Northwest winemakers — Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.

The Cab is a blend from McKinley Springs in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills and “from a vineyard on Red Mountain we are contractually not allowed to disclose,” Peet noted. Remarkably, the $26 Pinot Noir was grown not in Oregon’s Willamettee Valley but in the morning shadow of Red Mountain at Inland Desert Vineyard.

Peet also was responsible for the top white blend of the judging, the Cellardoor Winery 2019 Buoy White. That $18 bottle of Chenin Blanc (56%) and Sèmillon relied on fruit from Willard Farms in the Yakima Valley and the Judkins family of Inland Desert.

Cellardoor’s 2017 Ned Said Red ($24) and 2019 Theron ($20) — a rosé crafted with Grenache from the Six Prong site in the Horse Heaven Hills — rounded out the five gold medals.

With pandemic restrictions subsiding, Doulton is reopening a satellite tasting room in downtown Portland — Maine, that is.

British Columbia’s Golden Mile Road 8 paved with gold

Vines were first planted south of Oliver, British Columbia, at what is now known as Hester Creek Estate Winery, in 1968 by Joe Busnardo. (Photo courtesy of Hester Creek Estate Winery)

For the second straight year, pandemic-related issues wreaked havoc on getting entries from British Columbia, but producers who overcame the hurdles to get their wines across the border were rewarded by judges. And two of the best are less than a 20-minute drive north of Oroville, Wash.

Among the stars was Hester Creek Estate Winery along the Okanagan Valley’s Golden Mile Bench as five of the six entries earned a gold medal or better, a versatile effort led by Mark Hopley’s blend of Pinot Gris and Viognier and included a stately Left Bank Bordeaux bottling named for winery owner Curt Garland.

“That was a remarkable showing by a winemaker who knows what they are doing,” one judge noted.

Sharing a driveway on Road 8 with Hester Creek are the German-trained Gehringer brothers. The kings of Wine Press Northwest magazine’s 21-year-old Platinum Judging, Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery piled up six qualifiers for the October event with best-of-class for unoaked Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Riesling in addition to gold medals for Auxerrois, Sauvignon Blanc and its reserve Pinot Gris.

This year ended an almost unthinkable string of supremacy for Wild Goose Vineyards, the three-generation Okanagan Falls winery that captured best of show at the Cascadia three of the previous four years using either Gewürztraminer or Pinot Gris. And yet, the Kruger family still earned gold medals at the 2021 Cascadia for its 2020 Gewürztraminer and 2020 Pinot Gris.

Around the corner from Wild Goose, viticulturist/winemaker Benoit Gauthier crafted three gold medals for Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery, which this year celebrates 20 years of ownership by Jim and Leslie D’Andrea.

North of Kelowna in Lake Country is the Intrigue Wines project of longtime Gray Monk winemaker Roger Wong, who earned two gold medals for his white program.

Clearwater Canyon rides red program to 4 golds

Last fall, Coco Umiker earned eight Platinum awards at Wine Press Northwest magazine’s year-end judging of gold medal wines. (Photo by Sara Wilson/Courtesy of Clearwater Canyon Cellars)

Gem State producers earned gold medals throughout the three-day judging, and Clearwater Canyon Cellars in Lewiston finished with four golds. The 2020 Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year for Wine Press Northwest nearly reached the sweepstakes with its best-of-class 2018 Coco’s Reserve Carménère from Phinny Hill in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills.

However, there might be just as much pride for Karl and Coco Umiker in their double gold for the 2019 Estate Syrah. And their other two gold medals also came from the historic Lewis-Clark Valley — the Malbec-heavy Rock n’ J Blend along the Grande Ronde River south of Asotin, Wash., and the Merlot-led Umiker Estate Vineyard Selway.

King Estate continues its roll with 4 golds

Brent Stone’s winemaking and quality control skills helped King Estate Winery grab the cover story for Wine Press Northwest’s 2021 Spring issue as the Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year. (Photo courtesy of King Estate)

King Estate, the reigning Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year for Wine Press Northwest, followed up four gold medals. Awards came for its 2018 Pinot Noir, 2019 Pinot Gris, 2019 Sauvignon Blanc and 2019 Chardonnay.

Last fall, they earned Platinum awards from the regional magazine for the 2018 Sauvignon Blanc and 2018 Pinot Gris, so the Cascadia serves as another sign of impressive consistency by Brent Stone — a product of Washington State University’s winemaking program.

Munnell golden with Wautoma Springs, Lone Point

Grape grower Tom Merkle and winemaker Jessica Munnell, co-owners of Wautoma Springs Winery, each have been honored for their contributions to the wine industry by the Auction of Washington Wines. (Richard Duval Images)

Emerging projects involving veteran winemakers included a rosé and the best Sauvignon Blanc by Jessica Munnell under her Wautoma Springs brand in Prosser and the two gold medals awarded to red wines by her new client — Lone Point Cellars near Brewster, Wash.

Other multiple winners include Awen Winecraft in Jacksonville, Wine Press Northwest’s reigning Oregon Winery to Watch; Bluebird Hill Cellars, both with Pinot Noir; Brian Carter in Woodinville for his predictably delicious Port-style Opulento — the judging’s Best Sweet Wine — and a double gold for his Celilo Vineyard Chardonnay under Array Cellars; Browne Family Vineyards, the statewide pride of Precept CEO Andrew Browne; Camas Prairie Winery in Idaho for a pair of berry-influenced meads; Cascade Cliffs in the Columbia Gorge for its best-of-class 2019 Estate Barbera and a gold for its young 2019 Cab off Red Mountain; DeLille Cellars won for its heady Four Flags Cabernet Sauvignon off Red Mountain and the Syrah-driven Doyenne; Linda Donovan crafted a pair of gold medals for Grizzly Peak Winery in Oregon’s Rogue Valley, the judging’s best Cabernet Franc and a double gold with Syrah; Hat Ranch Winery in Idaho’s Sunnyslope Wine District; rising Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard in Idaho’s Hagerman Valley; Puget Sound producer Maury Island Winery; Nota Bene Cellars in Seattle; Stephen Reustle’s ground-breaking work with the Austrian white Grüner Veltliner at his Prayer Rock Vineyards in Roseburg, Ore., returned two gold medals; Richland restaurateur JD Nolan’s Schooler Nolan Winery brand with two reds built with Mercer fruit in the Horse Heaven Hills, and Tamarack Cellars in Walla Walla, led by its flagship 2018 Firehouse Rd ($19.00).

Best-of-show acclaim adds to Sawtooth Vineyard lore

Longtime vineyard manager Dale Jeffers marvels at the cinder pits of Sawtooth Vineyard in Idaho’s Snake River Valley. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

Sawtooth ranks among the Northwest’s most fascinating vineyards, starting with its lofty elevation (2,700 feet), volcanic cinder pits and history. Brad Pintler established Sawtooth Vineyard’s initial trials on his family’s farm southwest of Boise in 1982. What began with 15 acres now spans 70 acres with much-larger Skyline Vineyard just west along Deer Flat Road. Pintler sold his eponymous winery and the vineyard to Corus Brands and the Baty family in 1999. Four years later, Dan Baty and Andrew Browne created Precept Wine.

Sullivan applauds improvements implemented by Winemakers LLC — an affiliate of Seattle-based Precept — longtime grower Dale Jeffers and vineyard manager Jake Cragin, who received a master’s from Boise State University with a focus on plant physiology.

“Block 46 is one of the most beautiful Syrah sites we have in the state of Idaho,” Sullivan said. “Sawtooth Vineyard has really stepped up its game in the last five years to work with the producers to build products that we want to make. It’s become more of a wine-growing relationship rather than a grape-growing relationship, and it’s been really fun to watch that develop.”

It also helps when a winemaker pays their grower in a timely fashion, which has allowed Telaya to get into sites such as Ciel du Cheval and Quintessence on Red Mountain and rub elbows with storied viticulturists Dick Boushey and Marshall Edwards. For a time, Sullivan was a client of winemakers Charlie Hoppes and Mitch Venohr at Wine Boss in Richland.

“I’m not a classically trained winemaker, but with more repetitions under our belt, our expanded program with oak — including Gamba barrel fermentation for that Syrah — and such beautiful fruit to work with, maybe this just indicates that I’ve getting better as I get older,” said Sullivan, who shares the business and winemaking responsibilities with his wife, Carrie, a veterinary surgeon.

There’s also the 2018 growing season, a classic bounce-back vintage after the “snowmageddon” that plagued vineyards throughout the Northwest but devastated the Snake River Valley, prompting many to chainsaw their vines in the first months of 2017.

Telaya backs up 2016 Idaho Winery of the Year award

Telaya Wine Co., opened its vinification facility, tasting room and events center in Boise bedroom community Garden City, Idaho, in 2016. (Photo courtesy Telaya Wine Co.)

That 2017 vintage was a gut-check year for anyone in the Treasure Valley, even though Telaya was coming off its award from Wine Press Northwest magazine as the 2016 Idaho Winery of the Year.

“2018 was probably one of the best vintages that I’ve had to work with, which came off the miserable 2017 vintage when we lost all of our fruit,” Sullivan pointed out. “In 2018, we had relatively mild temperatures at the beginning and tail end of the season that helped us to get the best possible fruit.”

Harvest for the best-of-show wine was Oct. 2, 2018. 

“People talk about Idaho Syrah being earthy, meaty and what Carrie likes to call a “dirty” Syrah,” Earl says. “Ciel Syrah is a big punch in the face — bold — and both have beautiful fruit. Obviously the judges liked them both, and it’s nice to compare and contrast them.”

News of the Northwest-wide award that Telaya brings back to Idaho prompted Sullivan to give special credit to longtime winemaker Angie Shaltry of W2Wines as well as the wife/husband team of Melanie Krause and Joe Schnerr behind Cinder Wines.

“If I drive it back to an individual, it was Angie who gave me my start,” Sullivan said of the former Napa Valley winemaker who worked for cult producer Helen Turley. “She allowed me to come into her cellar and be a cellar rat. And then Cinder opened up their facility to us and helped us come in and get started.”

Mother Nature continues to throw Snake River Valley winemakers not just curve balls but sometimes brush-back pitches that shake one’s confidence and business sanity. A recent example is a 2019 Syrah from Skyline that suffered as a result of the “game over” string of freeze events Oct. 9-11. The Sullivans and Hailey Minder, another winemaker on their team,  improvised with the compromised grapes. They spent five days on the skins — not the desired 18 days — and one year in neutral oak rather than any time to new barrels.

“I hope to never have to make that wine again,” Sullivan chuckled. “But it’s kind of fun to make a challenging wine like that once in a while. We saw the freeze coming and were able to get it scheduled to be picked the next day, but still. There was no way to cold soak those grapes. Again, I go back to Angie — renowned for her Pinot Noir — to learn a lot of techniques from her.”

One of the keys to Telaya’s Syrah program is hand-removal of seeds during the third or fourth day of fermentation, a process during délestage, a k a rack and return, that results in a more approachable wine because less tannin is extracted via the seeds.

“It’s not very practical, and it is incredibly time consuming, and you lose some of the yield, but we’re not beholden to a certain yield for our wines,” he said.

Creating a 5,000-case brand in Idaho for posterity

Earl and Carrie Sullivan of Telaya Wine Co., built their winery and tasting room a stone’s throw from the Boise River in Garden City, Idaho. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

And yet, when asked if the price of his best-of-show Syrah would climb a few dollars beyond its initial $34 offering, Sullivan said the notion wouldn’t cross his mind.

“Never hurt the people who brought you to the dance,” he said. “That’s our philosophy, and it’s not fair to them for all the time and effort they put into supporting you over the years.”

Without outside partners, the Sullivans built their showpiece facility along the banks of the Boise River as a 5,000-case brand to hand down to their two sons, and the work with Syrah makes up about 20% of the production when factoring in their Syrah-based Turas Journey blend — their flagship wine. The 2018 Turas Journey landed on The Seattle Times Top 20 list for 2020.

This fall, the Sullivans will begin vinifying all their wines — grapes from Washington and Idaho — in Garden City. In the past, Telaya has sourced 60 to 70 percent of its fruit from Idaho. (The rest has been processed in either Richland or Walla Walla.) The pull from Idaho vines will increase to about 80 percent as the Sullivans expand their Viognier program and add the Austrian white Grüner Veltliner into the portfolio.

“All of us want to demonstrate that Idaho can compete on a national level,” Sullivan said. “We can make world-class wines with Idaho fruit. And that Syrah is a team effort — from our winemaking team and our growers — and I love the fact that we can all celebrate this.”

Judges serving on the Cascadia’s socially distanced panel were:

Chief judges

2021 Cascadia International Wine Competition results

The sweepstakes winners at the 2021 Cascadia International Wine Competition featured the Brian Carter Cellars 2016 Opulento Dessert Wine, SuLei Cellars 2019 Albariño, Chateau Ste. Michelle 2020 Le Rosé, Telaya Wine Company 2018 Snake River Valley Syrah and Mt. Hood Winery nonvintage Van Horn Estate Vineyard Brut Cuvée. (Richard Duval Images)

Best of show/best red wine
Telaya Wine Co. 2018 Syrah, Snake River Valley $34.00
Best white wine
SuLei Cellars 2019 Albariño, Yakima Valley $22.00
Best sparkling wine/double gold medal
Mt. Hood Winery NV Van Horn Estate Vineyard Estate Brut Cuvée, Columbia Gorge $50.00
Best rosé
Chateau Ste Michelle 2020 Le Rosé, Columbia Valley $25.00
Best sweet wine/double gold medal
Brian Carter Cellars 2016 Opulento, Yakima Valley $24.00

Best of class/double gold medal
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Estate Selection Hefeabzug Grüner Veltliner, Umpqua Valley $26.00
Cellardoor Winery 2017 Pinot Noir, American $26.00
Cellardoor Winery 2019 Buoy White, American $18.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2018 Coco’s Reserve Carménère, Washington $42.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Viognier, Columbia Valley $19.00

Double gold medal
Array Cellars 2018 Celilo Vineyard Chardonnay, Columbia Gorge $32.00
Barili Cellars 2018 Double Barrel Red, Columbia Valley $22.00
Camas Prairie Winery 2020 Raspberry Mead, Idaho $14.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2019 Umiker Estate Vineyard Syrah, Lewis-Clark Valley $32.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2020 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Roussanne, Horse Heaven Hills $21.00
DeLille Cellars 2018 Four Flags, Red Mountain $75.00
Grizzly Peak Winery 2016 Syrah, Rogue Valley $30.00
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2020 Estate Pinot Gris Viognier, Okanagan Valley, $20.99

Best of class/gold medal
Cascade Cliffs 2019 Estate Barbera, Columbia Valley $65.00
Cellardoor Winery 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, American $26.00
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Dry Rock Unoaked Chardonnay, Golden Mile Bench $13.29
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Optimum Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $16.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Private Reserve Dry Riesling, Okanagan Valley $14.99
Grizzly Peak Winery 2015 Cabernet Franc, Rogue Valley $30.00
Hightower Cellars 2018 Reserve Red Wine, Red Mountain $55.00
Indian Creek Winery 2018 For the Mountains Benefit Series Malbec, Snake River Valley $25.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Merlot, Columbia Valley $38.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Art Den Hoed Vineyard Painted Hills Tempranillo, Columbia Valley $40.00
Mosquito Fleet Winery 2018 Petit Verdot, Horse Heaven Hills $38.00
Orenda Winery 2018 Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $40.00
Wautoma Springs 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $17.00

Gold medal
AlmaTerra Wines 2019 Windhorse Vineyard Reserve Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $45.00
Awen Winecraft 2017 Syrah, Rogue Valley $45.00
Awen Winecraft 2019 Viognier, Applegate Valley $30.00
Bartholomew Winery 2018 Carménère, Red Mountain $37.00
Battle Creek Cellars 2015 Battle Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $62.00
Belle Fiore Winery 2018 Icon Chardonnay, Rogue Valley $32.00
Bitner Vineyards 2019 Dry Riesling, Snake River Valley $22.00
Bluebird Hill Cellars 2018 South Block Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $32.00
Bluebird Hill Cellars 2018 Mom’s Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $49.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2016 Byzance Red Wine, Columbia Valley $34.00
Browne Family Vineyards 2018 Bitner Estate Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley $35.00
Browne Family Vineyards 2018 Dottie Browne Chardonnay, Walla Walla Valley $50.00
Camas Prairie Winery 2020 Strawberry Mead, Idaho $14.00
Cascade Cliffs 2019 Winemaker’s Select Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $60.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2017 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $48.00
Cellardoor Winery 2017 Ned Said Red, American $24.00
Cellardoor Winery 2019 Theron (Grenache Rosé), American $20.00
Chaberton Estate Winery 2017 Syrah, Okanagan Valley $28.95
Christopher Bridge 2018 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $65.00
Cinder Wines 2020 Dry Viognier, Snake River Valley $25.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2019 Rock n’ J Vineyard Coco’s Reserve Rock n’ J Red Blend, Lewis-Clark Valley $36.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2018 Umiker Estate Vineyard Coco’s Reserve Selway Red Wine, Lewis-Clark Valley $45.00
DeLille Cellars 2018 Doyenne, Columbia Valley $45.00
Domaine Serene 2018 Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $80.00
Dunham Cellars 2018 Trutina Red Wine, Columbia Valley $29.00
Fortuity Cellars 2018 Malbec, Yakima Valley $38.00
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Old Vines Auxerrois, Golden Mile Bench $13.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Private Reserve Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $13.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Okanagan Valley $15.99
Hat Ranch Winery 2020 Unoaked Chardonnay, Snake River Valley $20.95
Hat Ranch Winery 2020 Sèmillon, Snake River Valley $24.95
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2020 Block 16 Old Vine Trebbiano, Golden Mile Bench $22.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2017 Garland Red Wine, Golden Mile Bench $55.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2020 Sèmillon, Okanagan Valley $19.99
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2020 Stone’s Throw Viognier, Okanagan Valley $19.99
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2020 Billy Brew, Snake River Valley $18.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2019 100% Pinot Noir, Snake River Valley $25.00
Jones of Washington 2020 Chardonnay, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $13.99
Intrigue Wines 2019 Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2019 Social Sparkling, Okanagan Valley $17.30
King Estate Winery 2019 Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $21.00
King Estate Winery 2019 Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley $19.00
King Estate Winery 2018 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $29.00
King Estate Winery 2019 Sauvignon Blanc, Oregon $19.00
Kiona Vineyards 2019 Estate Artemisia Red Mountain Cuvée, Red Mountain $30.00
Lagana Cellars 2018 Breezy Slope Vineyard Pinot Noir, Walla Walla Valley $40.00
Lake Chelan Winery 2017 Merlot, Lake Chelan $37.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2018 Heritage Reserve, Red Mountain $42.00
Lone Point Cellars 2018 Side By Side, Columbia Valley $38.00
Lone Point Cellars 2019 Tempranillo Columbia Valley $34.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Tudor Hills Vineyard Proprietor’s Reserve Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $33.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $17.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Malbec, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 McKinley Springs Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $47.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Proprietor’s Reserve Roussanne, Horse Heaven Hills $24.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maury Island Winery 2019 Pinot Noir, Puget Sound $35.00
Maury Island Winery 2019 Crémant de Maury Sparkling Wine, Puget Sound $37.00
Mercer Estates 2020 Spice Cabinet Vineyard Rosé, Horse Heaven Hills $18.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Gunkel Family Vineyards Barbera, Columbia Valley $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Gunkel Family Vineyards Grenache, Columbia Valley $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2017 Estate Dry Riesling, Columbia Gorge $26.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Dry Hollow Vineyard Syrah, Columbia Valley $36.00
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2017 Reserve Meritage Red Wine, Okanagan Falls $37.99
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2019 Stony Knoll Chardonnay, Okanagan Falls $22.99
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2016 The One Brut Sparkling Wine, Okanagan Falls $39.99
Northwest Cellars 2016 Seven Hills Vineyard Carménère, Walla Walla Valley $42.00
Nota Bene Cellars 2016 Arianses Vineyard Red Blend, Wahluke Slope $30.00
Nota Bene Cellars 2016 Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Syrah, Red Mountain $45.00
Palencia Wine Company 2016 El Viñador Petit Verdot, Wahluke Slope $40.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Green Lizard Grüner Veltliner, Umpqua Valley $32.00
Ste. Chapelle 2018 Panoramic Malbec, Snake River Valley $30.00
Sawtooth Winery 2020 Classic Fly Series Chenin Blanc, Snake River Valley $34.00
Schooler Nolan Winery 2018 Cab Sauv Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $15.00
Schooler Nolan Winery 2018 Malbec, Horse Heaven Hills $15.00
Sleeping Dog Wines 2019 Sirius Red Dessert Wine, Yakima Valley $40.00
Stag’s Hollow Winery 2018 Syrah, Okanagan Valley $28.00
Stemilt Creek Winery 2019 Sweet Adelaide Riesling, Columbia Valley $15.00
Tamarack Cellars 2018 Cabernet Franc Columbia Valley $30.00
Tamarack Cellars 2018 Firehouse Red, Columbia Valley $19.00
Telaya Wine Co. 2018 Ciel du Cheval Syrah, Red Mountain $45.00
TruthTeller Winery 2017 The Confidante Red Wine, Red Mountain $55.00
VanArnam Vineyards 2018 Estate Reserve Syrah, Yakima Valley $38.00
Viento Wines 2016 Annala Vineyard Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $48.00
Wautoma Springs 2020 Rosé, Columbia Valley $17.00
Westport Winery 2018 Lighthouse Riesling, Yakima Valley $28.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2020 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $17.99
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2020 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $17.99
Yakima Valley Vintners 2018 Foreign Exchange Touriga Naçional, Yakima Valley $19.00

Silver medal
Abeja 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $60.00
Abeja 2019 Chardonnay, Washington State $45.00
Abiqua Wind Vineyard 2018 Caleb Knorr Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley $17.00
AlmaTerra 2017 Windhorse Vineyard Zinfandel, Columbia Gorge $45.00
AlmaTerra 2018 Windhorse Vineyard Zinfandel, Columbia Gorge $45.00
Amelia Wynn 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $34.00
Amelia Wynn 2018 Sangiovese, Red Mountain $34.00
Amelia Wynn 2018 Syrah, Walla Walla Valley $34.00
Amelia Wynn 2018 Barrel Select Tempranillo, Columbia Valley $34.00
Armstrong Family Winery 2016 David’s Folly Red Blend, Columbia Valley $46.00
Array Cellars 2018 Dijon Clone Chardonnay, Yakima Valley $32.00
Awen Winecraft 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Rogue Valley $50.00
Awen Winecraft 2018 Dolcetto, Rogue Valley $43.00
Barili Cellars 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $15.00
Bartholomew Winery 2018 Graciano, Horse Heaven Hills $32.00
Bartholomew Winery 2018 Primitivo, Horse Heaven Hills $27.00
Battle Creek Cellars 2018 Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $34.00
Battle Creek Cellars 2018 Unconditional Pinot Noir, Oregon $18.00
Belle Fiore Winery 2017 Reserve Pinot Noir, Rogue Valley $33.00
Belle Fiore Winery 2016 Reserve Tempranillo, Rogue Valley $36.00
Bertinelli Estates 2020 Family’s Finest Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $24.99
Bluebird Hill Cellars 2018 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $32.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2015 Le Coursier Red Wine, Columbia Valley $34.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2017 Tuttorosso Red Wine, Yakima Valley $34.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2016 Corrida Grand Reserva Red Wine, Columbia Valley $60.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2017 Big Daddy Red Wine, Yakima Valley $50.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2020 Abracadabra Rosé, Columbia Valley $24.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2019 Oriana White Wine, Yakima Valley $24.00
Browne Family Vineyards 2019 Premier Collection White Arrow Blend, Yakima Valley $32.00
Burnt Bridge Cellars 2020 Chardonnay, Horse Heaven Hills $30.00
Caprio Cellars 2018 Sanitella Estate Red Blend, Walla Walla Valley $88.00
Caprio Cellars 2018 Eleanor Estate Red Blend, Walla Walla Valley $48.00
Cardwell Hill Cellars 2017 Estate Bottled Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $24.00
Cardwell Hill Cellars 2018 Estate Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $24.00
Cascade Cliffs 2019 Blood Red Barbera, Horse Heaven Hills $75.00
Cascade Cliffs 2020 Grüner Veltliner, Columbia Gorge $25.00
Cascade Cliffs 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $25.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2017 Syrah, Columbia Valley $34.00
Cellardoor Winery 2018 Cabernet Franc, American $24.00
Cellardoor Winery 2018 Malbec, American $24.00
Cellardoor Winery 2017 Merlot, American $24.00
Cellardoor Winery 2018 Petit Verdot, American $24.00
Cellardoor Winery 2018 Buoy Red, American $18.00
Cellardoor Winery 2016 Monti al Mare Red Wine, American $25.00
Cellardoor Winery 2017 Aurora Red Wine, American $32.00
Cellardoor Winery 2019 Riesling, American $18.00
Cellardoor Winery 2019 Sauvignon Blanc, American $17.00
Cellardoor Winery 2019 Pinot Noir Blanc, American $21.00
Chaberton Estate Winery 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Okanagan Valley $24.95
Chaberton Estate Winery 2018 Barrel Aged Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley $20.95
Chaberton Estate Winery 2019 Gewürztraminer, Okanagan Valley $16.95
Chaberton Estate Winery 2019 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $16.95
Chaberton Estate Winery 2019 Siegerrebe, Fraser Valley $16.95
Chemeketa Cellars 2018 Mourvèdre, Washington State $12.00
Chemeketa Cellars 2018 Syrah, Washington State $12.00
Chester-Kidder 2017 Red Wine, Columbia Valley $65.00
Cinder Winery 2019 Small Lot Series Barbera, Washington $45.00
Cinder Winery 2019 Chardonnay, Snake River Valley $23.00
Cinder Winery 2019 Malbec, Snake River Valley $30.00
Cinder Winery 2020 Laissez Faire Red Wine, Snake River Valley $19.00
Cinder Winery 2020 Off-Dry Riesling, Snake River Valley $23.00
Cinder Winery 2020 Dry Rosé, Snake River Valley $23.00
Cinder Winery 2020 Rosé of Cinsault, Snake River Valley $23.00
Cinder Winery 2019 Syrah, Snake River Valley $30.00
Cinder Winery 2018 Tempranillo, Snake River Valley $30.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2020 Albariño, Washington $22.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2019 Merlot, Lewis-Clark Valley $28.00
Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2020 Lochsa White Wine, Lewis-Clark Valley $17.00
Coiled Wines 2019 Merlot, Snake River Valley $34.00
Coiled Wines 2019 Black Mamba Red Wine, Snake River Valley $34.00
Coiled Wines 2019 Sidewinder, Snake River Valley $30.00
College Cellars 2020 Seven Hills Vineyard Rosé, Wine Walla Walla Valley $18.00
College Cellars 2018 Joseph Christy Vineyard Syrah, Horse Heaven Hills $30.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2020 Upland Vineyard Sunbreak Old Vine Chenin Blanc, Snipes Mountain $19.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2018 Virga Red Wine, Columbia Valley $33.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Primitivo, Horse Heaven Hills $28.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2020 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Horse Heaven Hills $21.00
Dazzle Cellars 2020 Julia’s Dazzle Rosé, Columbia Valley $17.99
DeLille Cellars 2018 Red Willow Red Wine, Yakima Valley $75.00
DeLille Cellars 2018 Minuit Red Wine, Yakima Valley $60.00
DeLille Cellars 2018 D2 Red Wine, Columbia Valley $45.00
DeLille Cellars 2018 Signature Syrah, Yakima Valley $46.00
Domaine Serene 2018 Yamhill Cuvée Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $52.00
Dunham Cellars 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon XXIII, Columbia Valley $50.00
Dunham Cellars 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $22.00
Elevation Cellars 2015 Merlot, Columbia Valley $29.00
Eleven Winery 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $60.00
Eleven Winery 2019 Angelica – Pinot Grigio, Washington State $20.00
Eleven Winery 2018 Sweet Sarah Port, Washington State $20.00
Eleven Winery 2018 Lem, Red Mountain $30.00
Eleven Winery 2018 “The Deputy” Mourvèdre, Washington State $45.00
Eleven Winery 2019 “The Progidy” Mourvèdre, Washington State $26.00
Eleven Winery 2019 Sugarloaf Vineyard Pinot Grigio, Yakima Valley $18.00
Eleven Winery 2018 La Ronde Red Wine, Washington State $40.00
Eleven Winery 2019 Ratio Rosso, Washington State $22.00
Eleven Winery 2020 La Primavera, Washington State $25.00
Eleven Winery 2020 Roussanne, Yakima Valley $30.00
Eleven Winery 2018 “Prima Donna” Syrah, Yakima Valley $40.00
Eleven Winery 2019 Elephant Mountain Vineyard Syrah, Yakima Valley $32.00
Eleven Winery 2020 Ratio Blanco, Washington State $17.00
Eleven Winery 2020 Mourvèdre, Washington State $35.00
Fly Rod Cellars 2018 Upland Vineyard Turck’s Tarantula Tempranillo, Snipes Mountain $27.00
Fortuity Cellars 2018 The Fifty Fifty Red Wine, Yakima Valley $28.00
Fortuity Cellars 2018 Syrah, Yakima Valley $40.00
Free Dog Wines 2019 Albariño, Snake River Valley $18.00
Free Dog Wines 2018 Merlot, Snake River Valley $24.00
Fujishin Family Cellars 2018 Chardonnay, Snake River Valley $16.00
Fujishin Family Cellars 2018 Viognier, Snake River Valley $17.00
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Ehrenfelser, Okanagan Valley $13.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Classic Riesling, Okanagan Valley $14.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Rosé, Golden Mile Bench $14.99
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Desert Sun White Wine, Okanangan Valley $12.49
Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 2020 Gewürztraminer/Schönburger, Golden Mile Bench $14.99
Grizzly Peak Winery 2015 Rogue Rouge, Rogue Valley $28.00
H/H Estates 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Big John Cab Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $47.00
H/H Estates 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Artist Series Petit Verdot, Horse Heaven Hills $52.00
H/H Estates 2017 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Michael Andrews Reserve Red Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $36.50
Hat Ranch Winery 2018 Malbec, Snake River Valley $29.95
Hat Ranch Winery 2018 Hat Trick Red, Snake River Valley $26.95
Hester Creek Estate Winery 2017 The Judge Limited Edition Red Wine, Golden Mile Bench, $43.99
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2020 Stainless Steel Chardonnay, Snake River Valley $15.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2019 Buhljolais Rosé of Syrah, Snake River Valley $12.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2020 Buhljolais Rosé of Syrah, Snake River Valley $12.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2020 Sparkling Unicorn, Snake River Valley $18.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2018 100% CH Syrah, Snake River Valley $32.00
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2020 Idawine White Blend, Snake River Valley $14.00
Indian Creek Winery 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Snake River Valley $20.00
Indian Creek Winery 2019 Chardonnay, Snake River Valley $23.00
Indian Creek Winery 2020 White Iris, Snake River Valley $16.00
Indian Creek Winery 2018 Star Garnet Red Wine, Snake River Valley $16.00
Indian Creek Winery 2020 Riesling, Snake River Valley $18.00
Indian Creek Winery 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Snake River Valley $20.00
Indian Creek Winery 2018 Tempranillo, Snake River Valley $27.00
Indian Creek Winery 2018 Stowe Vineyard Tempranillo, Snake River Valley $32.00
Indian Creek Winery 2020 Viognier, Snake River Valley $16.00
Intrigue Wines 2019 Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2019 Riesling, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2019 Social Rosé, Okanagan Valley $14.69
Intrigue Wines 2019 Social White, Okanagan Valley $12.95
Intrigue Wines LTD 2019 I Do Sparkling Rosé Okanagan Valley $17.30
JoieFarm Winery 2020 A Noble Blend White Wine, Okanagan Valley $26.00
JoieFarm Winery 2020 Re-Think Pink Rosé, Okanagan Valley $26.00
Jones of Washington 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Wahluke Slope $14.99
Jones of Washington 2020 Riesling, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $9.99
Jones of Washington 2020 Rosé of Syrah, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $13.99
Jones of Washington 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley
Jovinea Cellars 2019 Late Harvest Dolcetto, Washington $10.00
Jovinea Cellars 2020 Roussanne, Washington $24.00
Kalala Organic Estate Winery 2019 Rosé, Okanagan Valley $22.00
Kalala Organic Estate Winery 2019 Harmony Red, Okanagan Valley $22.00
Kerry Hill Winery 2019 Great Grey Pinot Grigio Rosé, Snake River Valley $21.00
Kevin O’Leary Fine Wines 2020 Reserve Series Chardonnay, Columbia Valley $24.99
Kiona Vineyards 2019 Estate Bottled Red Mountain Lemberger, Red Mountain $17.00
Kiona Vineyards 2020 Columbia Valley Late Harvest Riesling, Columbia Valley $17.00
Kiona Vineyards 2017 Estate Bottled Red Mountain Malbec, Red Mountain $35.00
Kiona Vineyards 2019 Estate Bottled Red Mountain Sangiovese, Red Mountain $30.00
Lady Hill Winery 2016 Procedo Credente, Columbia Valley $42.00
Lady Hill Winery 2018 Ad Lucem DayStar, Columbia Valley $42.00
Lady Hill Winery 2020 Procedo Rosé, Columbia Valley $22.00
Lagana Cellars 2017 J&S Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley $36.00
Lagana Cellars 2018 Eritage Vineyard Chardonnay, Walla Walla Valley $22.00
Lagana Cellars 2018 Eritage Vineyard Malbec, Walla Walla Valley $38.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2020 Reserve Gewürztraminer, Red Mountain $22.00
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars 2020 Tahija Bad Bishop Merlot, Walla Walla Valley $35.00
Locus Wines 2020 7 Mile Rosé, Rattlesnake Hills $15.00
Lodmell Cellars 2015 Merlot, Columbia Valley $42.00
Lone Point Cellars 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $38.00
Lone Point Cellars 2020 Riesling, Columbia Valley $24.00
LOVE THAT RED WINERY 2016 Seattle Slew Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $45.00
LOVE THAT RED WINERY 2016 Morning Line Merlot, Columbia Valley $55.00
LOVE THAT RED WINERY 2018 Zinyatta Zinfandel, Columbia Valley $36.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2020 Tudor Hills Vineyard Albariño, Yakima Valley $20.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $36.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2018 Tudor Hills Vineyard Viognier, Yakima Valley $18.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 McKinley Springs Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $48.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Kiona Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $53.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $31.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Elephant Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, Rattlesnake Hills $50.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $48.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Northridge Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Klipsun Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $48.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Les Collines Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley $44.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Elephant Mountain Carménère, Rattlesnake Hills $50.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 McKinley Springs Vineyard Cinsault, Horse Heaven Hills $48.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Art Den Hoed Vineyard Painted Hills Dolcetto, Columbia Valley $50.00
Maryhill Winery 2016 Proprietor’s Reserve Vintage Port, Columbia Valley $35.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Kiona Merlot, Red Mountain $46.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Tudor Hills Vineyard Pinot Gris, Columbia Valley $24.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Pinot Noir, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Art Den Hoed Vineyard Painted Hills Primitivo, Columbia Valley $32.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Serendipity Red Wine, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Winemaker’s Red, Columbia Valley $17.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Tavolo Rosso, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $28.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Valley $17.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Sèmillon, Columbia Valley $15.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Syrah, Columbia Valley $28.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Syrah, Columbia Valley $40.00
Maryhill Winery 2019 Winemaker’s White, Columbia Valley $16.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Zinfandel, Columbia Valley $17.00
Maryhill Winery 2018 Proprietor’s Reserve Zinfandel, Columbia Valley $48.00
Mercer Bros. 2019 Chardonnay, Horse Heaven Hills $16.99
Mercer Bros. 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills $19.99
Mercer Bros. 2018 Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $19.99
Mercer Bros. 2018 Edge of Heaven Red Blend, Horse Heaven Hills $19.99
Mercer Bros. 2018 Reserve Ode to Brothers Red Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $42.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Echo West Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $38.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2019 Van Horn Estate Vineyard Estate Chardonnay, Columbia Gorge $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2019 Van Horn Estate Vineyard Gewürztraminer, Columbia Gorge $26.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Dry Hollow Vineyard Merlot, Columbia Valley $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2020 Van Horn Estate Vineyard Pinot Gris, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2019 Estate Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $38.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2020 Estate Riesling, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2018 Echo West Vineyard Tempranillo, Columbia Valley $34.00
Mt. Hood Winery 2020 Estate White Pinot Noir, Columbia Gorge $32.00
Muret-Gaston 2020 Blanc, Yakima Valley $32.00
Nine Hats Wines 2018 Pinot Gris, Columbia Valley $13.99
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2017 Noble Knights Stone Vintage Cabernet, British Columbia $38.99
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2019 Mingle, British Columbia $17.30
Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2019 Noble Meritage, Okanagan Valley $21.99
Nota Bene Cellars 2016 Dineen Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Valley $38.00
Oregon’s Best Wine 2019 Big Red Barn Syrah, Willamette Valley $35.00
Palencia Wine Co., 2020 Albariño, Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley $22.00
Parma Ridge 2018 Malbec, Snake River Valley $34.00
Parma Ridge 2019 Rosé of Merlot, Snake River Valley $17.00
Parma Ridge 2019 Viognier, Snake River Valley $18.00
Perennial Vintners 2018 Lemberger, Red Mountain $22.00
Perennial Vintners 2018 Siegerrebe, Puget Sound $21.00
Perennial Vintners N/V Sparkling Siegerrebe, Puget Sound $25.00
Pondera Winery 2017 Stillwater Creek Vineyard SVS Red Wine, Royal Slope $45.00
Pondera Winery 2017 Prima Donna, Royal Slope $42.00
Pondera Winery 2017 LTD Livin’ the Dream Red Wine, Columbia Valley $42.00
Pondera Winery 2020 Viognier, Columbia Valley $26.00
Purple Star Winery 2020 Rosé, Columbia Valley $18.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Malbec, Umpqua Valley $32.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2017 Merlot, Umpqua Valley $34.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2018 Winemaker’s Reserve Pinot Noir, Umpqua Valley $42.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Estate Selection Pinot Noir, Umpqua Valley $36.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Estate Selection Syrah, Umpqua Valley $32.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Winemaker’s Reserve Syrah, Umpqua Valley $42.00
Reustle – Prayer Rock Vineyards 2019 Estate Selection Tempranillo, Umpqua Valley $29.00
Rider Cellars 2020 Estate Riesling, Columbia Valley $18.00
Sawtooth 2019 Classic Fly Series Syrah, Snake River Valley $35.00
Schooler Nolan Winery 2017 Malbec, Red Mountain $25.00
Schooler Nolan Winery 2018 Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $15.00
Schooler Nolan Winery 2017 Red Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $25.00
Shackelford Vintners 2018 Special Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $36.00
Shackelford Vintners 2018 Vineyard Blend, Columbia Valley $20.00
Sherman Winery 2018 Carmenere, Yakima Valley $38.00
Sherman Winery 2017 Reserve Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills $38.00
Sherman Winery 2019 Viognier, Yakima Valley $24.00
Siren Song Wines 2017 Grand Cru Cabernet Sauvignon, The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater $54.00
Siren Song Wines 2017 Piazza Red Wine, Wahluke Slope $36.00
Siren Song Wines 2017 La Contessa Francesca, Lake Chelan $42.00
Sleeping Dog Wines 2014 Montepulciano, Yakima Valley $32.00
Sleeping Dog Wines 2014 Petite Verdot, Yakima Valley $34.00
SMAK Wines 2020 Spring Rosé, Walla Walla Valley $18.00
Spangler Vineyards 2017 Cabernet Franc, Southern Oregon $29.00
Spangler Vineyards 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Oregon $29.00
Spangler Vineyards 2017 Petite Sirah, Southern Oregon $39.00
Spangler Vineyards 2016 Syrah, Southern Oregon $29.00
Stag’s Hollow Winery 2018 Amalia Vineyard Renaissance Syrah, Okanagan Valley $38.00
Stag’s Hollow Winery 2018 Shuttleworth Creek Vineyard Dolcetto, Okanagan Falls $24.00
Stemilt Creek Winery 2018 A Day’s Work Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $28.00
Stemilt Creek Winery 2018 Caring Passion Estate Merlot, Columbia Valley $20.00
Tertulia Cellars 2018 Tierra Labrada Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley $95.00
Tertulia Cellars 2018 Riviere Galets Estate Vineyard Grenache, Walla Walla Valley $35.00
Tertulia Cellars 2018 Ryans’ Reserve, Walla Walla Valley $45.00
The Great Oregon Wine Co. 2019 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $30.00
Three Forks Winery 2020 Gamache Vineyard Rosé of Pinot Gris, Columbia Valley $20.00
Tongue River Winery 2020 Itasca, Montana $18.00
Tongue River Winery 2020 Warm Front, Montana $16.00
TruthTeller Winery 2016 Satire, Yakima Valley $30.00
Upper Bench Estate Winery 2018 Estate Chardonnay, Naramata Bench $35.00
Upper Bench Estate Winery 2020 Riesling, Naramata Bench $24.00
Utopia Winery 2017 The Utopia Vineyard Chardonnay, Ribbon Ridge $45.00
Utopia Winery 2017 The Utopia Vineyard Pinot Noir, Ribbon Ridge $48.00
Vale Wine Co., 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Snake River Valley $28.00
Vale Wine Co. 2020 Viognier, Snake River Valley $20.00
VanArnam Vineyards 2018 Reserve Malbec, Yakima Valley $38.00
Veer Wine Project 2018 Barbera, Snake River Valley $30.00
Veer Wine Project 2018 Carménère, Snake River Valley $30.00
Veer Wine Project 2018 Le Compère Red Wine, Snake River Valley $30.00
Viento Wines 2019 Riesling, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Viento Wines NV Brut Rosé Cuvée Tradition, Columbia Gorge $50.00
Vino la Monarcha 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley
Vino la Monarcha 2019 Malbec, Columbia Valley $24.00
Vino la Monarcha 2016 Merlot, Columbia Valley $22.00
Wautoma Springs 2017 El Prat Red Wine, Columbia Valley $28.00
Welcome Road Winery 2018 Roadtrip Red, Washington State $28.00
Westport Winery 2018 Captain Gray Chardonnay, Yakima Valley $32.00
Westport Winery NV Ancient Mariner Pear/Riesling, American $29.00
Westport Winery NV Little Wild Marionberry/Riesling, American $29.00
Westport Winery 2018 Mermaid Merlot, Yakima Valley $30.00
Westport Winery 2018 Bella Sangiovese, Yakima Valley $36.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2019 Gamay Noir, Naramata Bench $24.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2019 Sumac Slope Pinot Noir, Okanagan Falls $38.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2020 Riesling, Okanagan Valley $18.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Okanagan Falls $20.00
Wild Goose Vineyards and Winery 2020 All Occasion White, Okanagan Valley $12.99
Winescape 2018 Free Fall, Columbia Valley $46.00
Winescape 2018 Marmot Incarnate, Columbia Valley $35.00
Winescape 2020 Riesling, Yakima Valley $21.00
Yakima Valley Vintners 2017 Cap ‘N’ Gown Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $17.00
Youngberg Hill Winery 2018 Natasha Pinot Noir, McMinnville $60.00

Bronze medal
Abiqua Wind Vineyard 2016 Isaac’s Reserve Estate Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $27.00
Armstrong Family Winery 2017 Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley $38.00
Armstrong Family Winery 2018 Four Birds Red Blend, Columbia Valley $32.00
Armstrong Family Winery 2017 Bogie’s Blend Red Wine, Columbia Valley $42.00
Barili Cellars 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $27.00
Battle Creek Cellars 2019 Reserve Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $28.00
Battle Creek Cellars 2019 Unconditional Pinot Noir Blanc, Columbia Gorge $28.00
Belle Fiore Winery 2017 Icon Calypso, Rogue Valley $30.00
Big Red Barn 2019 Chardonnay, Willamette valley $35.00
Bluebird Hill Cellars 2019 Chardonnay, Willamette Valley $32.00
Brian Carter Cellars 2016 Solesce, Columbia Valley $60.00
Burnt Bridge Cellars 2018 Cabernet Franc, Horse Heaven Hills $40.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2017 Elephant Mountain Reserve Malbec, Yakima Valley $48.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2017 The Last Best Wife Reserve Red Wine, Columbia Valley $48.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2017 Bordheauxd Red, Columbia Valley $30.00
Cathedral Ridge Winery 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Columbia Valley $30.00
Cellardoor Winery 2016 Iron Gate Red Wine, American $32.00
Cellardoor Winery 2018 Sur La Riviere, American $24.00
Chemeketa Cellars NV Red Table Wine, American $12.00
Chemeketa Cellars 2019 Viognier, Eola-Amity Hills $10.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2018 Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Mistral Grenache, Red Mountain $33.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2017 Squall Line, Columbia Valley $35.00
Convergence Zone Cellars 2017 Storm Front Red Wine Blend, Columbia Valley $29.00
Coyote Canyon Winery 2020 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Albariño, Horse Heaven Hills $21.00
Elevation Cellars 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $30.00
Elevation Cellars 2020 Imperium Riesling, Columbia Valley $20.00
Elevation Cellars 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Wahluke Slope $22.00
Fly Rod Cellars 2019 Weinbau Vineyard Muddler Minnow Mourvèdre, Wahluke Slope $33.00
Fujishin Family Cellars 2018 Tempranillo, Snake River Valley $27.00
H/H Estates 2018 Coyote Canyon Vineyard Buck Reserve Syrah, Horse Heaven Hills $42.00
Hat Ranch Winery 2018 Cabernet Franc, Snake River Valley $33.95
Vale Wine Co. 2018 Merlot, Snake River Valley $25.00
Hat Ranch Winery 2020 Estate Dry Moscato, Snake River Valley $19.95
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard 2018 Idawine Red Blend, Snake River Valley $12.00
Indian Creek Winery 2020 White Pinot Noir, Snake River Valley $20.00
Jones of Washington 2020 Viognier, Wahluke Slope $14.99
Jovinea Cellars 2018 Touriga Naçional – Tinta Cão, Washington $28.00
Kerry Hill Winery 2018 Private Reserve Malbec, Snake River Valley $45.00
Kerry Hill Winery 2018 Domaine Red Blend, Snake River Valley $33.00
King Estate Winery 2019 Paradox Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley $35.00
Locus Wines 2016 Red, Columbia Valley $25.00
Lodmell Cellars 2010 Estate “Bend Sinister” Late Harvest Dessert Wine, Columbia Valley $40.00
Lodmell Cellars 2019 Merlot Rosé, Columbia Valley $25.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2017 Dion Carlo Carménère, Horse Heaven Hills $40.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2017 Petit Verdot, Horse Heaven Hills $32.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2019 Tudor Hills Vineyard, Pinot Grigio Yakima Valley $20.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2017 César Red Wine, Horse Heaven Hills $28.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2019 Martinez Vineyard May Mae Rosé ,Horse Heaven Hills $22.00
Martinez & Martinez Winery 2018 Les Vignes Letendre Syrah, Yakima Valley $34.00
Mt Hood Winery 2020 Van Horn Estate Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir Rosé, Columbia Gorge $24.00
Oregon’s Best Wine 2018 Big Red Barn Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $35.00
Parma Ridge 2018 Syrah, Snake River Valley $38.00
Shackelford Vintners 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley $30.00
Shackelford Vintners 2018 Trip Hazard Syrah, Red Mountain $30.00
Stemilt Creek Winery 2018 Estate Transforming Traditions Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley $30.00
Stemilt Creek Winery 2018 Estate Boss Lady Syrah, Columbia Valley $28.00
SuLei Cellars 2017 six thirteen main Red Wine, Walla Walla Valley $30.00
The Miscreant Project 2017 Boldfaced Lie, Columbia Valley $18.00
The Miscreant Project 2018 White Lie, Columbia Valley $14.00
Upper Bench Estate Winery 2017 Estate Merlot, Naramata Bench $40.00
Upper Bench Estate Winery 2017 Altitude Red Wine, Naramata Bench $40.00
Upper Bench Estate Winery 2018 Yard Wine, Naramata Bench $33.00
Viento Wines 2020 Malbec Rosé, Columbia Gorge $20.00
Westport Winery NV Peaches on the Beaches Peach/Riesling, American $29.00
Westport Winery NV Pineapple Express Pineapple/Riesling, American $29.00
Westport Winery NV Red Sky At Night Raspberry/Chocolate, American $33.00
Westport Winery 2019 Fleur de Lis Pinot Gris, Rattlesnake Hills $28.00
Yakima Valley Vintners 2016 Campus Blend Red Wine, Columbia Valley $16.00
Yakima Valley Vintners 2017 Senioritis Red Wine Blend, Columbia Valley $19.00
Yakima Valley Vintners 2020 2-Hour Delay Riesling, Yakima Valley $15.00
Yakima Valley Vintners 2020 Remote Learning Riesling, Yakima Valley $15.00

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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