Columbia Valley Rosé Blend 2017

Syncline is one of my favorite roses made in the PNW. This one isn’t typical as it’s not Pinot Noir based. It’s traditional French blend GMC. Lip smacking cherry and strawberry with a lovely dry finish. Great cold on a hot day and equally as good with just a slight chill with barbecue. A lovely wine from this small winery in Lyle, WA in the Columbia Gorge. Bring on summer. — 2 months ago

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Cinsault 2017

Solid, drinkable — a year ago


Horse Heaven Hills Grenache Carignan 2016

So smooth and opens up amazing! Miss being an hour drive to this place! Great Washington French funk! Glad I found this winery... — 2 years ago

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Cuvée Elena Red Rhone Blend 2018


Excellent opener. Fits well with asparagus and chicken. As well as a chocolate dessert — 2 months ago


Red Mountain Mourvedre 2018

Alder Yarrow

I’ll say from the start that I love every wine this producer makes. But this little beauty is something special. Floral, mulberry and blueberry brightness, tangy purple SweetTart and green herbs mix with dusty road and this wonderful florality that soars through the finish with this amazing saline kick at the end. Fantastic now, but I bet in 5 to 10 years it will be amazing. — 10 months ago

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Horse Heaven Hills Rosé Blend 2017

Extraordinary funk, solid serious wine. Purchased on closeout at Austin Wine Merchant. Overpriced at retail. — 2 years ago


Estate Grown Viognier 2019


With Paul A — 2 months ago


Underwood Mountain Vineyard Grüner Veltliner 2018

Syncline is one of my all time favorite producers. This wine is crisp and refreshing , with elements of citrus on the palate. — 9 months ago


Estate Grown Columbia Gorge Gamay 2018

Nice light body and big Columbia valley flavor. The love of beaujolais with the washington terrior. Fun wine to drink and drink now. — a year ago

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Scintillation Brut Underwood Mt Vineyard Grüner Veltliner 2016

White flowers, brioche, beer bottle cap, dried thyme. Snapping acidity, frothy mousse, compact racy bubbles, crisp floral-citrus zest finish. Base wine is emphasized and present, not always the case in new world sparklers. — 3 years ago

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