Celebrate WA Wine Every Month

Washington Wine 2020Washington wine month ended on March 31, but please let the celebration of our state’s excellent wine continue.

We applaud our state’s wineries every month of every year. And, in the midst of COVID-19, our state wineries really need our support.

You can enjoy Washington wine from the safety and comfort of your home by ordering wine online, utilizing curbside pickup services and other creative winery promotions during these tough times.

Show your appreciation for our state’s stellar wineries, and you know they will appreciate you, too. We are in this together!

Meanwhile, here is an updated list of Washington wine that we enjoyed during March, the official Washington wine month.

What’s in Our Glasses Lately?

White and Red Wine by the BayIn March, our Washington wine picks included whites, rosé and reds. For example, we opened every-day, good-value wines, wonderful weekend wines, and special occasion treats. And we enjoyed every single pour.

Here are the wines that we sipped (listed in alphabetical order).

  • Alexandria Nicole Cellars 2013 Destiny, a stellar wine, vintage after vintage
  • Covington Cellars 2014 Rough House Red, an excellent-value blend from Morgan Lee
  • DeLille Cellars 2018 Chaleur Blanc, one of our favorite WA whites
  • Hard Row to Hoe 2016 Syrah, an elegant, savory Lake Chelan beauty
  • Involuntary Commitment 2016 Red, a wonderful second label from Andrew Will
  • JM Cellars 2017 Syrah, a favorite in Woodinville for years
  • Long Shadows 2015 Pirouette, an old-world style lush red blend
  • Long Shadows 2018 Cymbal Sauvignon Blanc, an elegant new white release
  • Market Vineyards 2016 Derivative, a great-value red from Columbia Valley
  • Obelisco Electrum 2014 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, gorgeous and luscious
  • Passing Time 2014 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, perfect for that special day
  • Rotie Cellars 2016 Northern Blend, new to us, with that appealing Rocks funk
  • Saviah Cellars 2015 Syrah, a beautiful Walla Walla red
  • Secret Squirrel 2014 Red Blend, a tasty standalone wine that’s also food friendly
  • Soos Creek 2014 Stampede Pass Cabernet Franc, new to us and we loved it
  • Succession 2018 Rosé, fresh, light and uplifting during self-isolation
  • Tildio 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, a refreshing sip from Lake Chelan
  • Two Vintners 2015 Some Days Are Stones, a funky, earthy, savory favorite


In conclusion, we lift our glasses at home to support the wonderful winemakers in our state, the vineyard workers, the tasting room staff and the amazing Washington wines we enjoy. Please join us – stay safe, stay healthy, stay home!

Margot and Dave