Asian/IndianAsian inspired Pot Roast
with Five Spice & Hoisin
MediterraneanGrilled Lamb Steak with Red Wine-Black Olive Vinaigrette
& Tomato-Arugula Salad
MediterraneanHerb-Crusted Certified Angus NY Strip Steak
with Tomato & Roasted Garlic Confit
Pacific NorthwestRoasted Pork Loin with Morel Mushroom-Merlot Sauce
Pacific NorthwestGrilled Crostini with Washington Asparagus
Goat Cheese & Olives
Pacific NorthwestMushroom-Red Wine Torte
with Roasted Potatoes & Fontina
Classic CuisineCoq au Vin
Rooster in Red Wine
2009 Austral Red Wine
A lovely fusion of the best Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre, the 2009 Austral Red Wine is a Southern Rhone-style, fruit-forward red wine. Washington’s Wahluke Slope is known for ripe, jammy reds, Rhone-based varietals of strength and complex character. Layered flavors of dark fruit greet the palate and finishes with a soft and supple mouth-feel. Try this wine with your next Italian dinner!
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The Barbera varietal, which originally hails from Italy, is known for its naturally high acidity. It has intense color, fresh vibrant fruit, and a touch of oak. We hope you enjoy the very first vintage of Barbera from Chateau Ste. Michelle.
2012 Cold Creek Red
Like an annual rendition of a classic ballet, each vintage brings new stars to the stage while filling in the corps with
a mosaic of up-and-comers and vetted performers.
2013 Cold Creek Vineyard Cabernet Franc
This variety expresses both fruit and herbal complexities in its flavors and aromas; a hot vintage like 2013 ripened those flavors to black cherry and sweet cooking herbs. The lengthy growing season in 2013 also allowed the tannins to achieve full ripeness –a luxurious silky expression.
2011 Cold Creek Vineyard Syrah
An exciting, younger planting imparts subtle minerality and spice to the blend. Cooler vintage acidity and velvety tannins offer a balance that makes this wine versatile and easy to enjoy.