Asian/IndianGrilled Prawns with Indian-Spiced Tomato Chutney
with a Few Nice Accompaniments
Asian/IndianSeared Copper River King Salmon with Ginger Cream
& Grilled Oyster Mushrooms
Pacific NorthwestPan Seared Sea Scallops
with Lemon Beurre Blanc
Classic CuisineKurt's Pommes Dauphine
with Calvados-Dijon Sauce
2011 Waussie Riesling
Joining my Australian roots with Washington Riesling grapes, this Waussie (Washington + Aussie) Riesling is made in a dry style, more typical of an Australian Riesling. The wine’s fresh citrus flavors and crisp acidity makes it very versatile with food.
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2014 Oak Oval Gewürztraminer
This dry style Gewürztraminer presents the celebrated spicy ginger and clove aromatics of a classic Gewürztraminer mixed with hints of rose, lychee and pink grapefruit. This wine was fermented in the Oak Oval and aged sur lie for four months adding texture and complexity.
2014 Oak Oval Chardonnay
We received such great feedback on our Oak Oval wines that we had to produce a second one! Yakima Valley sourced Chardonnay was the right choice to break in our newest Oak Oval barrel. The wine was aged sur lie for four months to extract the beautiful apple, pear and nutmeg aromas.
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!
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.