Harvey River Bridge Estate

Amici Cellars

Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2012

Cabin Fever Crusher #1. A mighty fine Pinot to accompany us through a home viewing of "The Revenant" whilst Hurricane Harvey continues to barrage our beloved city. — 3 years ago

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Benjamin Bridge

Vero Tidal Bay White Blend

Kim C.

Nova Scotia terroir. Zesty lemon on the nose. Crisp, slightly off-dry with subtle minerality. — 4 years ago

Willow Bridge Estate

The Black Dog Western Australia Shiraz 2002

A big full bodied Shiraz from the warm climate area of Geographe just north of Margaret River WA. Still a very dark crimson at 13 years with the plush fruit swallowing up the Barriques. 15.5% alcohol. No further cellaring required. — 5 years ago

River Village Cellars (Kinkead Ridge)

McCafferty Bridge Vineyard Traminette 2013

Beth B

Really nice Traminette! Good acidity, very similar to a Gewurtztraminer. — 6 years ago

Pepper Bridge

Trine Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013

David T

The nose reveals; dark cassis, bright perfumes florals, vanilla, dark chocolate & rich soils. The body is leaner and the tannins M+. The fruits are riper & brighter than the 14. On the palate, the fruits are; blackberries, black plum, dark cherries, black raspberries and poached strawberries. Crushed rocks, light spice, vanilla, dry top soil, suede leather with better acidity and a leaner, balanced, longer finish than the 14. Photos of; a side view of Pepper Bridge Winery, their wine library room; which doubles as private tasting room. Last photo and soils history...the periodic rupturing of the ice dam resulted in the Missoula Floods. These cataclysmic floods swept across eastern Washington and down the Columbia River Gorge between 12,000 & 15,000 years ago. The silty, loamy soils you see in the photo (5-6 feet deep) were deposited over the entire AVA and beyond. In some areas, it's goes down 200 feet and on other higher elevations, it's only a couple inches of top soil with 100 plus feet of Basalt beneath. The floods created some of the most fertile agricultural land for wheat etc. and of course, grape growing. — 3 years ago

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Wohler Bridge

Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2012

Nice body, smooth, a little acidic. — 6 years ago

Driftwood Brewery

Fat Tug IPA


After a day trying to keep up with a 7 year old biking along the Elk River my wife and I decided to stop at the Bridge Bistro and have a sandwich and adult beverage. This IPA"Fat Tug" from Drift Wood Brewery in Victoria, BC. Is in my humble opinion the "Gold Standard" for BC IPAs. 🇨🇦🍻 — 3 years ago

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Bevan Cellars

Ritchie Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2013

On the creamier, fuller textural side of SB with more lemon compote/tropical notes.... nice change of pace to higher acidity and citrus dominance. Good bridge as weather turned cooler — 4 years ago

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Harvey River Bridge Estate

Geographe Shiraz 2008

Although it will not bring up the right wine - this is a 2008 Shiraz, it has a wonderful flavor with a nice finish. — 6 years ago