We also found some good-value reds lately — how can you miss at $14-$16 for Washington state juice?
So here is a mix of Washington state wine, at a wide range of prices — from $14-$75 — in alphabetical order. (Note: Some of these were small pours at the Woodinville Wine Country event, Reserve; others were bottles shared with friends.)
- Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2010 Quarry Butte, $25
- Angel Vine 2010 Primitivo, $20
- Au Clair 2011 Left Blend, $54
- Avennia 2010 Sestina, $55
- Barrage Cellars 2009 Outcast Cabernet Franc, $35
- Betz Family 2011 Clos de Betz Red Blend, $55
- Efeste 2010 Big Papa Cabernet Sauvignon, $54
- McKinley Springs 2010 Bombing Range Red, $16
- Columbia Winery 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, $14
- Force Majeure 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, $75
- Forgeron Cellars 2010 Zinfandel, $30
- Gorman Winery 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, $50
- JM Cellars 2011 Tre, $45
- Long Shadows 2011 Sequel, $50
- Lauren Ashton 2011 Syrah, $35
- Obelisco 2010 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, $45
- William Church Winery 2010 Bishop’s Blend, $22
We hope you also have a chance to taste some of these beauties; if the above vintages are sold out, chances are the next ones are very drinkable too.
Special thanks to Angel Vine, Columbia Winery and McKinley Springs for the samples to taste.