2017 Spring Wine Release
2017 Spring Release Weekend
When: Friday March 3rd, 5-8 PM and Saturday to Sunday, March 4th-5th, noon to 5 PM
Where: Tasting Room in the Old Rainier Brewery at 3100 Airport Way South, Seattle, WA 98134
What: 2014 Tannat, 2014 Malbec, and 2016 Sauvignon Blanc
Who: You, your friends and family. Open to the public.
Details about the new wine:
2014 Tannat, Konnowac Vineyard, $32/bottle. 102 cases produced. Our first vintage of this variety. What is Tannat you ask? Here's the Wiki and an article about us from the Seattle Times. This is a full-bodied red wine with big tannins. On the nose are bright cherries with hints of cinnamon and allspice. We highly recommend decanting this young wine. Truly unlike any other grape.
2014 Malbec, Painted Hills Vineyard, Columbia Valley, $28/bottle. 99 cases produced. This north facing vineyard highlights a distinctly Washington terrior, making a Malbec like none other. Deep color leads to leafy tea components and crushed berries. Smooth tannin and bright acid make it a can't miss.
2016 Sauvignon Blanc, Konnowac Vineyard, Rattlesnake Hills, $17/bottle. 123 cases produced. This wine has citrus notes similar to a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, and gooseberry flavors familiar to those produced in Bordeaux. Made in a stainless steel tank to keep it crisp, like spring-time in a glass. Oh, and it has a screw cap closure perfect for beaches, picnics, and camping.
This release introduces the 2014 vintage of our red wines all with the new white label. We'd love to hear what you think about the new design.
7/3/2021 10:33:01 pm
Well, of all the wines, I think grape is the most popular. I keep hearing about it a lot. I will try more new varieties, see if they are better than the taste of grapes.
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