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The Fifty - Gift Certificate

harlequin riesling

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)

 

The Twenty - Gift Certificate

CC Red Wine

2011 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.

Sparkling Mueller-Thurgau

This varietal is a hybrid between a Riesling and Gutedel grape and has some mineral characteristics of Riesling with a nice citrus note at the finish. Sugar content is 23 grams per liter.
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2010 Nebbiolo Six Prong Vineyard

2010 Nebbiolo of Six Prong Vineyard in Horse Heaven Hills AVA.

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2012 Tempranillo

Wilridge sources the fruit for this wine from two Yakima Valley vineyards. Tempranillo is the great red grape of the Rioja region of Spain and grows well in the oldest American Viticulture Areas in Washington, Yakima. This Tempranillo is oak aged in French Barrels, but the body remains light and the acid in balance. Grab your flamenco dress, amigos y amigas and espadrilles for a beach paella party. Bring multiple bottles of this exotic single-varietal to wash down the great times.

Gewurztraminer

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2013 Pinot Gris- Ice Style

In 2007 Wilridge planted their organic & biodynamic vineyard in Naches Heights.  The 2013 The 2013 Pinot Gris dessert wine was made from organic Pinot Gris grapes that were frozen post-harvest in an apple cellar. After freezing the grapes were pressed at 47 degrees brix. The fermentation terminated naturally at 7 degrees brix. Approximately 20% of the grapes were infested with the “noble rot” Botrytis Cinerea. Open this beauty with good company on a moonlit evening. 375ml bottle

375ml

Razz-ma-tazz

 Are you ready to party? This wine certainly is. The hot 2013 growing season in north-western Washington State was ideal for berries of many sorts, and particularly for the raspberries used in the production of this elegant, delicious, perfectly balanced wine. Enjoy as an aperitif or with/as dessert. Our staff loves adding a splash, or two, to a glass of crisp bubbly. Think mimosa, but way better. We call it the “dazzler”. 

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