2006 Pinot Gris
After much anticipation, our crowd-pleasing Gris is back. Our 2006 vintage displays characteristics of pears and green apple with a hint of grapefruit. Serve chilled and enjoy on a warm summer day.
This white blend of 50% Pinot Gris and 50% Gewurztraminer combines the best of both worlds: a beautiful floral bouquet from the Gewurz paired with the fruity, crisp Pinot Gris. This white is sure to pair well with fish and chicken.
2006 Viognier - Almost Sold Out!
A classic viognier with its floral bouquet and smooth, silky finish. This wine pairs well with seafood, thai, chicken, and pork.
A spicy, full-bodied wine with a strong balance between fruit and alcohol. This wine shows characteristics of lush blackberry fruit and black pepper. Enjoy with chocolate, steak, pork and salmon.
2005 Big Red
Our "Big Red" blend of 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, 24% Syrah, 14% Zinfandel and 4% Grenache. Released Thanksgiving weekend, this favorite is as fruit abundant as last year with a smooth finish thanks to the splash of Grenache. Enjoy with pork, salmon and your favorite Italian dish.
2005 Zinfandel - Almost Sold Out!
It's back! Our 20-year old Zinfandel vineyard was planted off of starts from our Old Vine Zin. Like the Old Vine, it displays intense fruit flavors with rich jammy berries and a smooth, velvety finish.
The newest addition to our family, our estate syrah has impressed us. Deep garnet in color, this silky wine is rich in cherry and cinnimon flavors with hints of dark chocolate.
2005 Old Vine Zinfandel
Planted by an Italian stone mason in the late 1800s, this Zinfandel is from one of the oldest vineyards in the Northwest. This Zin displays complexity of flavors that only come with age with rich jammy berries, dark chocolate, and hints of peppercorn. Its long legs and fullbodied finish make this wine a favorite with steak.
2005 Sweet Sierra
Our port-syle zinfandel shows characteristics of lush cherries and rich chocolate. This fruit-forward port tantalizes your taste buds from start to finish. The Pines founder, Lonnie Wright, wanted to name this reserve wine after his daughter, Sierra.