2007 Jester's Red
"Then come jesters, musicians and trained dwarfs,
And singing girls from the land of Yi-Ti,
To delight the ear and eye, and bring mirth to the mind."
-Sima Xiagru (114 BC)
2005 Syrah - Destiny Ridge Vnyd
This blend of 77% Syrah, and 23% Grenache is from the block 17 of the Destiny Ridge Vineyard, in the Horse Heaven Hills. Two different clones of Syrah were blended with Grenache to create a wine of stunning complexity, structure and richness.
2010 Cabernet Sauvignon
We have worked to make a wine that is approachable now for those full flavored meals and a wine with enough structure to age beautifully for the next decade, though you may have difficulty saving it for that long.
The 2005 Harlequin Claret is a wine reminiscent of left bank Medoc Bordeaux. Bright aromas of blackberry, cherry, cassis, pencil lead, damp earth and mocha are framed by toasty oak, toffee and barrel spice.
Crisp and complex, Treveri Cellars Sparkling Rosé boasts hints of berries and citrus, creating a blend of delicious and enticing flavors. Rosé pairs well with any dish, and its versatile profile is sure to lavish your meal with luxury and class.
2008 Cabernet Franc
Our 2007 example is from Fred Artz' on Red Mountain, Chandler Reach, just a stone's throw up the Yakima Valley, and from Meek Family Vineyard near Benton City. This wine showcases some of the reasons that Cabernet Franc is beginning to turn heads. Depth of color, flavor, mouth feel; raspberries, not black berries, high palate tones, not plums and cherries - these are marks of Cabernet Franc at its best and beautifully expressed in this vintage.
2012 Rose of Mourvedre
At Wilridge, we love a dry Rose' all summer long. We only make 100 cases of our Rose' each year and its meant for immediate consumption and enjoyment. So get some now before the summer is over (or just keep drinking it through the fall and winter)!
2012 Viognier- Smasne Vineyard
The 2012 Viognier is straw yellow in color. The nose is redolent of white peaches and citrus fruits. The wine is off-dry and finishes with refreshing acitidy. It's medium bodied and meant for immediate enjoyment. Good on its own, the wine also pairs well with Asian cuisine and spicy foods. Try taking it to a picnic or barbecue on a warm summer's day.
2001 Cuvee Alexander
Bright aromas of Chambord, cassis, pencil lead, damp earth and mocha are framed by toasty oak, toffee and barrel spice. In the mouth it displays juicy black cherry and ripe plum flavors
2011 Estate Barbera
Wilridge winemaker Paul Beveridge loves working with Italian grape varietals. Barbera is from the Piedmont region of northwest Italy where Nebbiolo and Dolcetto are also grown. The Piemontese sometimes say that they drink Barbera while they are waiting for the Nebbiolo to mature in the cellar. Barbera has wonderful fruity notes and bright acidity, making it a great wine for pastas with red sauces or traditional pizza.