Since founding Buty Winery in 2000, Nina Buty has helped to define the vision for the winery’s acclaimed blends, the philosophy that guides their creation and the aesthetic sensibility that informs every aspect of Buty.
Our family business has a tradition of doing things right. We began working the land on the Washington State coast in 1898, more than 100 years ago. Cadaretta represents our desire and intention to produce one of the state's finest wines, to carry on that tradition for another hundred years - and more.
Canoe Ridge Vineyard is one of Washington State’s most recognized wineries, with its namesake vineyard established in 1989 in the Horse Heaven Hills American Viticultural Area. Varieties are focused on Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.
In keeping with our deeply rooted passion for honoring tradition and family, Caprio Cellars is proud to support the tireless work of non-profit organizations committed to those very same things. That is why we donate 5% of all Caprio Cellars wine proceeds.
It is our hope to provide you with outstanding wine and a memorable experience for you, your family and friends. Our winery design was inspired by the Southern region of Spain called Andalucia where the majestic blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean meets up with the stark white buildings and Terra Cotta tile roofs of Los Pueblos Blancos.
Most people would probably think deciding to start a winery is something you do after many years of planning, saving, and learning about the craft of wine-making. Well, sometimes it happens a little differently.
At the head of Cayuse is Christophe Baron who was born in the Champagne region of France. He studied viticulture in Champagne and Burgundy, but wanted to travel before entering the family business. Cayuse consistently creates some of the most highly sought after Rhône-style wines produced in the U.S.
A converted old auto-repair warehouse, the Charles Smith Wines Downtown Tasting Room welcomes visitors to taste our wines and listen to great music. With the help of Seattle's talented Olson Kundig Architects, the tasting room also has two large crank-operated steel swing windows that open onto sidewalk seating.
The quality of a good wine starts at the source, with the grapes. We carefully choose the vineyards we take our grapes from, using only the best fruit from each. Within the vineyards, we select the blocs with vines that are at least 7 years old.
College Cellars of Walla Walla is a teaching winery located at the Center for Enology and Viticulture on the campus of Walla Walla Community College. The 15,000 square foot facility houses wine curriculum classrooms, a wine analysis laboratory, faculty offices, and the fully operational commercial winery.
Corliss wines are powerful, yet refined, with beautiful delineation of detail from first sniff to last swallow. They have the richness and structure to age for decades, yet are beautifully complex, supple, and delicious to drink when first released.
All of our wines are handcrafted in small lots with very limited production. We take great pride in our "quality vs quantity" approach. Please accept our apologies if the wine you are seeking is sold out. We'll make more!
Established in 2001, Cougar Crest Estate Winery is located in the Walla Walla Valley of Washington State. Walla Walla Valley is recognized as the premier place to grow grapes in Washington, and Cougar Crest is one of the finest wineries in the region.
Wine is about being part of a bigger force, taking advantage of the unexpected, playing by the rules but not being afraid to break them. It’s about sharing, celebrating, shaking things up, living boldly while remaining vulnerable.
Established in 2007, SJR Vineyard is situated in "The Rocks District" within the Walla Walla Valley. We are committed to making exceptional single-vineyard, estate-controlled wines utilizing sustainable farming practices. We’re passionate about making wines that fully express this unique terroir.