Plum and Blackberry push this wine into full-on Merlot deliciousness, grown and made in the Walla Walla Valley.
This wine features dark fruit, flowers, herbaceous aromas of black pepper, and thyme with a distinct Rocks District mineral finish.
This rose is redolent of spicy cherry and strawberries with a flinty finish. Best enjoyed with friends watching the sunset on the Oregon coast.
This estate wine is bright, fruity, herbaceous, and a distinct hit of sage. All of the grapes were grown at the Los Rocosos Vineyards located in the Rocks District AVA of Milton Freewater, Oregon.
This rose is redolent of spicy cherry and strawberries with a flinty finish.
Black cherry, plum, chocolate, and smoke dominate this deep red, tannin-rich wine.
A magnificent co-ferment made of Grenache, Syrah, and a taste of Grenache Blanc. This wine smells like freshly picked sun-ripened peaches. The best of the Rocks District Fruit.
Estate grown in The Rocks District of Milton Freewater, Oregon. This wine is rich, fruit-forward, and has hints of pepper and leather with a mineral finish.
Deep, dark, dried plum and bell pepper barely describe the complex character of this wine. Estate grown in the Walla Walla Valley.