Without the support of our faithful donors, the patience of our educators, the passion of our students and the talent of our winemaker Peter Bos, our wines would not be possible.  Vine to wine, each of our wines is 100% student made.

All wines listed below are available in our tasting room.

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2016 Rosé

Yakima Valley

Our latest Rosé is a delicious sky-blue pink color and delivers a soft violet & fruit bouquet. Fresh raspberry & strawberry flavors on the palate with ripe red fruits plus hints of spicy minerals & flowers. It’s refreshing, deliciously crisp & bright with a clean, dry finish. All in all, a lighter bodied, dry and easy drinking wine.

Perfect for warm-weather picnics, lunch, dinner or a delicious glass just about anywhere.

Blaufränkisch (German for Blue Franc) is a dark-skinned variety of grape usually used for red wine. It’s a late-ripening variety and produces wines which exhibit a spicy character. We blended with some Syrah to round out a great mouthfeel.

Alcohol: 13.1% by volume

Cases Produced: 191

Retail Price: $12.75

Wine Club Price: $10.00


2016 Riesling

Columbia Valley

Our 2016 Riesling is a perfect representation of the varietal. So much to love.

Incredibly aromatic – all jasmine & honeysuckle, stone fruit and tangerine.

The palate confirms the nose as well as adding slight honey and a surprising bolt of lime tartness to the mix. Naturally high acid partners brilliantly with the natural sweetness. This is a “go to” white wine that will be able to handle most foods, most of the time.

Suggested Pairings:  Bright, citrusy Rieslings are delicious with foods that have “green” flavors, like lime, jalapeño and tomatillo (in a snapper dish). Riesling is a wine option that can handle a full spectrum of foodie favorites, from tangy vinaigrette dressings to full-flavored sauce laden.

Alcohol: 10.4% by volume

Cases Produced: 160

Retail Price: $18.75

Wine Club Price: $15.00

2015 Blaufränkisch

Yakima Valley

Blaufränkisch is grown mostly in Austria, where it makes a spicy red wine that can be graceful yet intense, complex yet tangy and refreshing. Blaufränkisch is also grown in Germany, where it is called Lemberger.

Even five years ago, Blaufränkisch wines were not easy to find in the United States. Now that has all changed – this is our third Blaufränkisch vintage. And we think it will age superbly.  Right now, it’s light-bodied and subtle, beautifully balanced with smoky, spicy fruit flavors with a touch of cinnamon and a rippling acidity that makes it seem juicy, savory and refreshing.  Will becoming denser, richer in a few months but without heaviness.

Pairing Suggestions: Great versatility with food with its red peppery hints – pair with bruschetta, tomato and basil pizza or pasta with tomato based sauces, feta cheese or caprese salad.

Alcohol: 14.8% by volume

Cases Produced: 49

Retail Price: $18.75

Wine Club Price: $15.00

2016 Müller-Thurgau

Puget Sound

Müller-Thurgau is a white grape variety which was created by Hermann Müller from the Swiss Canton of Thurgau in 1882. It is a crossing of Riesling with Madeleine Royale.

With fresh and bright acidity, this brilliant, white-gold libation starts with a refreshing air of honeysuckle and finishes with a lively punch of green apple and a kiss of lime on your palate.

Suggested pairings: Shrimp, sharp cheeses, Waldorf salad and grilled vegetables.

Alcohol: 9.9% by volume

Cases Produced: 68

Retail Price: $18.75

Wine Club Price: $15.00


2016 Reserve Chardonnay

This is a blend of our Sagemoor and Wyckoff Chardonnays making for a more complex wine with a broader flavors and richness. (See tech sheets for Wyckoff and Sagemoor Chardonnay for vilification notes).

pH: 3.68

TA: 5 grams pH 3.0

Alcohol: 14.4%

Cases Produced: 112

Retail Price: $ 23.75

Wine Club Price: $19.00


2016 Sagemoor Chardonnay

Columbia Valley

One of the oldest vineyards in Washington State planting started in 1968 today Sagemoor has over 1,100 acres of grapes planted. Sagemoor Farms lies 10 miles north of the City of Pasco. The Vineyards are on bluffs overlooking the Columbia River with a southern exposure.  This is a warm site as sites go in Washington State with natural cooling effect of the Columbia River. Being a warmer site the wine is a bit softer with bigger mouth feel than the Chardonnay we make from Wyckoff vineyards in the Yakama Valley a cooler site.  The wine was barrel fermented stirred on the lees, for 3 months in a combination of one and two year old French and American oak barrels. The American oak barrels are specially coopered for Chardonnay.  This Chardonnay as well as the other Chardonnays we offer will be a great accompaniment with the Thanksgiving turkey or just by itself.

Harvest Date: September 29, 2016

Sugar at Harvest: 25 brix

Alcohol: 13.9%

pH: 3.69

4.9 grams per liter

Cases Produced: 52

Retail Price: $18.75

Club Price: $15.00


2016 Wyckoff Chardonnay

Yakima Valley

Wyckoff farms is in the lower Yakima Valley north of the town of Prosser the vineyard was planted in the late 1970s. The site is a cooler site making for intense fruit and good acidity.  As a winemaker this is one of if not my favorite sites for Chardonnay.  The wine was barrel fermented stirred on the lees, for 3 months in a combination of new and used French and American oak barrels. The American oak barrels are specially coopered for Chardonnay.  This is a perfect wine for the holiday season the crispness of this wine lends it a wide range of foods from turkey to your favorite hors d’oeuvres for the season.

Harvest Date: September 20, 2016

Sugar at Harvest: 24.6 Brix

pH: 3.68

5.2 grams per liter

Alcohol: 14.1%

Cases Produced: 41

Retail Price: $18.75

Wine Club Price: $15.00


2015 Riesling

Columbia Valley

Our 2015 Riesling is a perfect representation of the varietal. Aromas of stone fruit and tangerine dance out of the glass immediately. The palate confirms the nose as well as adding slight honey and tea to the mix. The wine has a crisp and refreshing finish.

Alcohol: 3.5%

Price: $18.75

Wine Club Price: $15

Bronze, 2016 award winner