B. Leighton

Olsen Brothers Vineyard Petit Verdot 2016

Tastes of Black Cherry (think in Cherry Garcia ice cream), sultry tobacco, low tannin, easy to drink (finishes like a Pinot Noir) — 10 days ago

B. Leighton

Olsen Brothers Vineyard Grenache 2016

Blueberries, pastry dough, burned marshmallow on nose. Raspberry liqueur. Full bodied and refined. Had with Vicias short ribs with charred corn and tomatoe spatzle and cucumber plum salad. — 3 months ago

Andrew and Lars liked this

Mazzacano Cellars

Olsen Vineyards Cabernet Franc

An amazing aromatic experience. yum! — 5 months ago

Amanda HeinBeckie Lew
with Amanda and Beckie

Ryan Patrick Vineyards

Olsen Brothers Vineyard Riesling

Best Washington State riesling I've ever had. — 21 days ago

Olsen Perri

Hilliard Bruce Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

Bright bing cherry, rhubarb, and strawberry on the nose. More cherry on the palate along with cedar, menthol, cranberry, cinnamon and clove. Medium minus tannins, moderate plus alcohol, and high acid. A lovely little pinot. — 2 months ago

Susan Cahoon
with Susan

Mark Ryan Winery

Olsen Vineyard Chardonnay 2018

Mommy day treat! — 5 months ago

Paul, Rob and 1 other liked this

Olsen Perri

L'Apache Central Coast Pinot Noir 2013

Great wine. Chocolate cherries on the nose, plum, cedar in the background. Hints of age on the palate but still very fresh with vibrant cherry cola acidity. Good stuff and looking forward to trying later vintages. — 5 months ago

Colin and Colin liked this

Two Vintners

Boushey Vineyard Grenache Blanc 2018

Newish vintage, 600 cases produced. 94/6 blend of Grenache Blanc and Roussanne from three vineyards: Boushey (81% GB), Weather Eye (13% GB), Olsen (6% R). Pale yellow white, excellent clarity. Floral, vanilla and mild aldehydic barnyard aromas. Guava, lactic flavors, tropical fruit finish (banana then coconut? But this ain’t no Piña colada). Lingering cherry and heavy (skin and seed) tannic aftertaste . This is either serious experimental winemaking, or ultra craft-focused ‘blanc de noir’, or is this just their iteration of a pale “orange” wine? Massive tannins for a “white” wine. Not a wine for the faint of heart. Dry, just enough acidity, fruity but still pondering this one... The trop fruit flavors backed off, with cherry and other red fruit and Grenache character flavors emerging after 30-60 minutes. Tannins also softened somewhat, with patience — 5 days ago

Trixie, Sharon and 3 others liked this

B. Leighton

Gratitude Olsen Brothers Vineyard Red Blend 2013

Definitely a hot year wine. So a bit loose, but by no means do I think that ruins it. It is just a young drinking, fruit forward/jammy treat. On the nose, ripe strawberry, red plums, a hint of wet stone, and some fleshy notes are all in the GSM wheelhouse. Where it delights is the palate: the strawberry is pronounced, but there are a lot of nuanced flavors of: graphite, black plum/currant, blackberry, black tea, smoke and tobacco. Yum! — 4 months ago

Cherish HartJen Masar
with Cherish and Jen

Gramercy Cellars

Olsen Vineyard Rosé Blend 2019

44% Cinsault 28% Grenache 28% Syrah — 5 months ago