About Our Wines

Our wines are made in miniscule production and allocated to our club members and then email list. If you are interested in our wine club and limited offerings please sign up for our list below. Remaining available wines are on our webstore.


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The Gold Drop Collection

Grenache | Club Only – 600 bottles produced
Field Blend | Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah

Dead Poplar Vineyard

At the very tail end of Yakima Valley AVA is our Dead Poplar Vineyard. On the south side of the valley this vineyard sits looking North on sandy soils. Before the ancient Yakima River was rerouted it backed up and deposited loads or gravel, sand, and silt on our vineyard. The combination of very fine soil translates to a pleasurable wine texture that combines with the beautiful aromatics from the wild flora we allow to infiltrate our vineyard. The wines show extreme finesse and carry beautiful profiles extremely unique for Washington State.

“Fresh, fine tannins, linear, floral”
– James Suckling

“Rocking Boquet, Seamless texture, Fine tannins, Loamy sandy soil notes, Impressive, Beautiful, Unique.”
– Jeb Dunnuck

“Dusty red plum, Savory, Sweet tobacco, Lingering finish, Absolutely enjoyable.”
–Anthony Mueller

Artist Collection Syrah

Candy Ridge Vineyard

The Candy Ridge Estate Vineyard resides in the newly minted 820-acre Candy Mountain AVA in Washington State. It sits between Candy Mountain and Badger Mountain on a uniquely deposited ridgeline that is filled with caliche, gravel and decomposed granite at 850 feet deep. Facing southwest, this tiny parcel yields just over one ton per year. The absence of basalt allows for good water retention in the soil and enables dry farming late into spring and early summer in some vintages. Purity of fruit, ripe tannins, and the trademark smoky edge are always persistent in this extremely limited wine.

“Certainly has character, Purity of fruit, Spicy, Perfumed, Undeniably unique.”
–Jeb Dunnuck

“Generous blackberry, Currant, Cassis, Persistent spice, Dusty mineral tension”,
– Anthony Mueller

“Red rose petal, Smoked brisket, Black olive, Tension, Silky mouthfeel, Marvelous length.
– Owen Bargreen

Only The Good Stuff

Cluster F@*#!! – Carbonic Grenache
Birds & Things & Flowers – Syrah
Stoney Florals – Grenache

Equus Vineyard

The high elevation Equus Vineyard sits above the Missoula flood plains north of Yakima Valley. This is one of the few vineyards in the cool temperatures of Moxee Valley. The site spans from 1400 feet to 1500 feet on a beautiful southern exposure that is filled with ancient riverbed stones and clay. Slow steady ripening and great acid retention drive one of the longest hang times in Washington State. This leads to wild brambly fruit profiles and aromatics that transcend you to wildflower meadows in the foothills of Cascade Mountain range.

“Pretty, Fresh and vibrant, Wonderfully smokey, Crunchy, Red and dark fruit, Very stony profile, Good sense of minerality.”
– Owen Bargreen (Vinous)

“Crushed Raspberries, Savory herbs, Smoke, Toasted peppercorn, Dried jasmine”.
– Jackson Rohrbaugh, MS

Rescue Rose
Cross Block

Coyote Canyon Vineyard

The Horse Heaven Hills in Washington State is relatively flat aside from a handful of hills and terraces. This is where the exceptional sites lie, and is one reason we love the Cross Block at Coyote Canyon Vineyard. Not only is this some of the oldest Mourvèdre in Washington but it rests on a steep south-facing slope overlooked by three monstrous crosses. The soils are filled with big stony cobbles at an elevation of 1150 feet that brings out a larger tannin and darker profile. Changing slightly with vintage this wine ages 20-30 months and is co-fermented with different portions or Syrah and Viognier.

Our Nebbiolo Rose comes from a neighboring block that is north facing and descends towards the Canyon that cuts through the property. Filled with cool air and slow ripening this rose is fresh, dry and vibrant!

“Fresh, Savory, Cherry candy, Red florals, Shades of lavender, Complex, Highly delicious”
– Owen Bargreen

“Pretty, Elegant, Silky, Spiced red fruits, Perfumed,”
– Jeb Dunnuck

“Mineral, soft cherry, perfumed and food friendly. If you’re not familiar with this rosé, you’ve got to try it.”
– W.A. Anthony Mueller

White Wines

Artist Collection Co-ferment – Marsanne-Roussanne
Konnowac – Viognier
RoussanneClub Only 600 bottles produced.

The very north part of Yakima Valley AVA sits Konnowac Pass at 1300 feet. Marsanne, Roussanne, and Viognier flourish here in the elevated granite stones from the ancient Columbia River floods. Big temperature shifts are a Washington State dessert specialty but here it is amplified. Cool nights with hot days lead to flinty natural acids that are backed by tropical fruit profiles and enable full malolactic fermentation for natural stabilization and texture.

 “Beautifully complex, Full bodied, Fresh, Vivid, Chamomile, Flint, Waxy delicious finish.”
– James Suckling

“Vibrant, Lovely brioche, Orange blossom, Wonderful mouthfeel, Ripe peach, Serious depth and concentration.”
– Owen Bargreen