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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2017 Rosé of Syrah

Bosma Vineyard, Yakima Valley

Aromas of cherries and pomegranate with notes of honeysuckle. A dry rosé with bright acidity and tasting of strawberries and watermelon rind.

100% Syrah

Suggested Food Pairings: BBQ chicken, fish tacos and all backyard barbecues.

Alcohol: 12.8% by volume

pH: 3.54

TA: 5.4 g/L

Retail Price: $17.00


2017 Rosé of Blaufränkisch

Willard Vineyard, Yakima Valley

Aromas of cherries, strawberries, white peach with notes of minerality. A dry rosé with medium acidity and tasting of strawberries with an herbaceous note.

100% Blaufränkisch

Suggested Food Pairings: Grilled salmon, rosemary crusted pork loin and sunshine!

Alcohol: 12.4% by volume

pH: 3.28

TA: 5.2 g/L

Retail Price: $17.00


Convocation White

Washington State

Aromas of stone and tropical fruits with white pepper and anise. A creamy richness with medium acidity on the palate, tasting of stone fruits and citrus.

39% Roussanne, 36% Viognier, 25% Riesling

Suggested Food Pairings: Strawberry and spinach salad with almonds or a shrimp pasta dish.

Alcohol: 13.0% by volume

pH: 3.48

TA: 5.1 g/L

Retail Price: $17.00


Convocation Red

Washington State

Aromas of tart cherry, strawberries, currents and cloves with hints of tobacco, clove and balsamic.  Medium body and acid, tasting of cherries and currents with some pepperiness.

64% Merlot, 26% Blaufränkisch, 10% Mundy Red field blend

Suggested Food Pairings: Grilled steak and bacon wrapped figs.

Alcohol: 13.3% by volume

pH: 3.47

TA: 6.9 g/L

Retail Price: $17.00


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2017 Duet White

Duet Vineyards, Washington State

Aromas of citrus, pear and apple.  Off-dry with a refreshing tartness and a lemony palate.

54% Muscat Ottonel, 46% Riesling

Suggested Food Pairings: Almond crusted halibut and aged Gouda.

Alcohol: 12.3% by volume

pH: 3.22

TA: 5.7 g/L

Retail Price: $17.00


2016 Blaufränkisch

Willard Vineyard, Yakima Valley

Aromas of black cherry, ripe plums, and rose petals contrasted with a note of earthiness. On the palate are strong tannins with high acidity, tasting of blackberries and dried cherries.

100% Blaufränkisch

Suggested Food Pairings: Garlic crusted rib-eye steaks and game meats.

Alcohol: 13.3% by volume

pH: 3.24

TA: 6.8 g/L

Retail Price: $18.00


2017 Riesling

Willard Vineyard, Yakima Valley

Tropical aromas of pineapple with floral honeysuckle and notes of minerality. Off-dry with medium acid and baking spice and apple notes.

100% Riesling

Suggested Food Pairings: Spicy Thai or Chinese food and pork chops.

Alcohol: 12.7% by volume

pH: 3.24

TA: 6.7 g/L

Retail Price: $15.00


2015 Cabernet Sauvignon

Yakima Valley

Dark berry fruit with vanilla, licorice, mint, and eucalyptus aromas mingle with perfumed hints of lily.

The rich and mouth-filling palate has flavors of brown sugar, anise, and cedar with layers of robust fruit as well as oak-inspired notes of salted caramel and cardamom that carry through to a long, intense finish.

75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Merlot

Suggested Food Pairings: Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the more complex and layered wines with higher tannins and a savory character often described as black pepper and tobacco. Look for foods high in fat and umami flavors. Cabernet is the red meat lover’s friend, but vegetarians should not despair. Those bridge ingredients will be your friend in pairing: garlic and basil are part of pasta marinara and walnuts cut tannin.

A charred gruyere burger, a mushroom pizza with tomato sauce or some marinated ribeye steak, braised short ribs, or mushroom stroganoff. Even chunky fish (think cod) will work beautifully.

For cheese? Try extra aged Dutch gouda, smoky blue, or Piave Vecchio.

Alcohol: 14.8% by volume

Retail Price: $18.00


2015 Merlot

Yakima Valley

As soon as this wine is poured, it looks like it can’t wait to be tasted. Bright, sparkling, and deep purple in color, the wine in your glass wants you to love it. The scent of mocha jumps out of the glass and is soon joined by clove and plum, with a little cookie dough!

The fruit-forward palate is full of flavor: black cherry, ripe plum and blackberry. Raspberry, clove and caramel linger on the finish.

A deliciously rich and dry Merlot that only Washington fruit can produce. Supple and elegant, this is a barrel-matured wine that can be enjoyed now or cellared for a few years.

80% Merlot, 15% Blaufränkisch, 5% Dolcetto

Suggested Food Pairings: Roast turkey, pork tenderloin, grilled veal chops, lamb shoulder with lemon gremolata, roast duck, charred beets and herbs, and roasted tomatoes – or your favorite pizza. With medium tannin and not too much acidity, you’ll find Merlot pairs well with light meats as well as lightly spiced dark meat, cheeses, and vegan dishes.

Alcohol: 13.9% by volume

Retail Price: $15.00


2016 Duet Red

Washington State

Marquette is a complex hybrid, patented by the University of Minnesota in 2006. Currently planted from Vermont to Washington, we are just now starting to see fruit from mature vines. Named after Père Marquette, a Jesuit missionary and 17th century explorer in North America, Marquette has been said by to be a cousin of Frontenac and a grandson of Pinot Noir.

A classically South of France-styled wine, our Marquette sits somewhere between pinot-like red and merlot-ish blue fruits with aromas and flavors of black cherries, blackcurrants, and blackberries:  medium bodied yet lush in the mouth and accented by hints of smokiness. Great integration of flavors with spicy pepper notes on the finish.

A delightful food wine that could stand in for Pinot Noir. While Marquette has similarities to both Pinot and Merlot, it retains a distinctive personality, a mix of rustic adventure and refined style. Marquette lives up to its hype and should soon find its way into wine stores around the country.

75% Marquette, 20% Syrah, 5% Merlot

Suggested Food Pairings: Marquette pairs beautifully with lamb, roast duck, NY strip steak and even blackened fish. Goat cheese, brie, walnuts, and Crème Brûlée also pair well.

Alcohol: 13.5% by volume

Retail Price: $15.00


2016 Cascade

Columbia Valley

This Rhône inspired blend could be mistaken for an easy-to-love cross between Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer. Lychees and dried apricots come to mind

Bright, shiny, and reflective in appearance, Cascade’s long-lasting aromas of banana, pineapple, lime blossom, honeysuckle, and nutmeg ‘cascade’ out of the glass!

Creamy Viognier flavors of stone fruit, white peach, and apricot blend deliciously with the classic Roussanne notes of honey, melon, and herbs. Don’t be surprised to find yourself thinking you taste a little bit of Seville marmalade!

Viognier and Roussanne come from the Rhône Valley, but until the late 1980s, Viognier was grown almost exclusively around the village of Condrieu in the Northern Rhône. Roussanne is grown mainly in Southern Rhône and Provence.

47% Roussanne, 44% Viognier, 9% Riesling

Suggested Food Pairings:

  • Meat/fish: Poached salmon, savory orange chicken, and pork chop with apricot sauce.
  • Fruit/vegetables: Currants, cranberries, yellow and orange bell pepper, passion fruit, apricots, orange, and mango.
  • Cheese: Baked brie with apricots, pecorino, and manchego.

Alcohol: 13% by volume

Retail Price: $15.00


2017 Müller-Thurgau

Puget Sound

Müller-Thurgau is a white grape variety that 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 Food Pairings: Shrimp, sharp cheeses, Waldorf salad, and grilled vegetables.

Alcohol: 9.9% by volume

Retail Price: $15.00