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Chardonnay, Rattlesnake Hills
Tasting Notes
This classic Chardonnay has aromas of ripe apple and hay with hints on toast and vanilla followed by inviting flavors of overripe pears. Notes of coffee are framed by the subtle oak structure.

“Recommended” by Great Wine News
Medaled — 2013 Washington Wine Awards
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Purchase this wine $21


Riesling, Rattlesnake Hills
Tasting Notes
This off-dry style exudes hints of hay, green pear, wild flowers and dust on the nose combine with incredible tastes of ripe citrus, green apple, and a hint of minerality. This wine lasts forever on your tongue.

“Outstanding” Great Northwest Wine
Gold medal — 2013 Washington Wine Awards
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Purchase this wine $15


Rosé, Yakima Valley
Tasting Notes

This Rosé opens with aromas of strawberry, raspberry and hints of floral followed by flavors of cranberry, strawberry and rhubarb with wonderfully firm acid on the finish.

“Excellent”, “Best Buy” — Wine Press Northwest
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Purchase this wine $18


Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Valley
Tasting Notes
Aromas of coffee, dark fruit and cedar combine with flavors of dark berry, currant, charred oak. Velvety tannins lead to a lingering finish.

88 PointsWine Enthusiast
Medaled — 2013 Washington Wine Awards
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Purchase this wine $28


Hidden Horse Blend, Rattlesnake Hills
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Tasting Notes
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc opens with rich aromas of dark fruits, tobacco and white pepper followed by flavors of blackberry, dark cherry and vanilla, framed in toasty oak.

Medaled — 2013 Washington Wine Awards, San Antonio Wine Competition
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Purchase this wine $18


Lemberger, Rattlesnake Hills
Tasting Notes
Inviting flavors of pepper, fig and boysenberry mesmerize your nose while your palate is entertained with pepper, white pepper and raspberry with the slightest hints of vanilla that frame this delightful wine.

“Recommended”Great Northwest Wine
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Purchase this wine $18


Merlot, Yakima Valley
Tasting Notes
Aromas of rich toasted barrel, bright vibrant Bing cherry, blackberry and coffee on the nose are followed by inviting flavors of ripe red fruits, hints of toffee and vanilla, with hints and soft integrated tannins.

87 PointsWine Enthusiast
“Excellent” Great Northwest Wine
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Purchase this wine $22


Reserve Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley
Tasting Notes
Not over-extracted or over-oaked, this wine has a nose of rose petal, integrated oak and vanilla with the slightest hint of green pepper making this definably Cabernet Franc. This classic nose is followed by flavors of rose and lavender, oak, ripe fruit and a long finish.

89 PointsWine Enthusiast
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Purchase this wine $35


Syrah, Yakima Valley
Tasting Notes
Rich aromas of blueberry cobbler, old leather, vanilla and toasty French oak are followed by flavors of blackberry, overripe wild huckleberry, white pepper and fig.

89 Points Wine Enthusiast
“Outstanding”
Great Northwest Wine
Gold Medal — 2013 San Antonio Wine Competition
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Purchase this wine $25


Vinho Vermelho, Yakima Valley

Tasting Notes
Vinho Vermelho (Portuguese for “red wine”) is made from one of the noble Port varietals from Portugal, Touiga Nacional. This wine is aged for 30 months in large format American oak barrels. Inviting flavors of candied citrus, chocolate, dark fruits and deep smoke are prominent.

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Purchase this wine $72


Brothers Blend, Yakima Valley

Tasting Notes
This wine is a barrel selected Bordeaux style red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec. Nice barrel notes, a sweet spice, currant, fig, and fresh leather round out the nose while the soft, integrated tannins follow flavors of blackberry, leather, fresh tobacco, cigar box and cooked fig.

Double Gold — 2013 Washington Wine Awards
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Purchase this wine $50


Brothers Chardonnay, Yakima Valley
Spring 2014 release.

Brothers Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley
Spring 2014 release.

Brothers Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Valley
Spring 2014 release.