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Spring Barrel 2017

Red Mountain Sangiovese Deep Dive

It's the last weekend in April, which means that it's time for Spring Barrel. We spend a lot of time and effort to put on a super-awesome experience for this weekend, and this year is no different. With a focus on education, our Barrel Tastings are always a great way to learn more about wine, about Red Mountain, and our operation here. This year the focus is on Sangiovese.

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We have been participating in Taste Washington in an awesome and unique way for several years. Most of the exhibitors at Taste Washington are wineries. They are pouring their wines, made by them. We will have a winery table as well, and we will be pouring our 2016 Chenin Blanc, 2014 Estate Red Mountain Lemberger, and our 2013 Estate Red Mountain Reserve (and 2016 Estate Red Mountain Rosé of Lemberger as a super-secret under-the-table wine). That's fine and all, and we are always thrilled to pour our wines. What's really special is our vineyard table. See, we are a vineyard AND a winery...

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Whenever I look at this label I am struck by the irony that it took us 40 years to release a wine like this, while simultaneously basking it its inevitability. These two gentlemen, these roguish cavaliers, are responsible for pioneering our very own Red Mountain. They did the research. They ponied up the money that they didn't have. They took the risk. And they shoveled the s**t (as seen above). 

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Well Hello,

Kiona Lemberger!

Julie Overstreet at Deep Red Cellar had some nice things to say about us. And our Red Mountain LembergerShe is pretty prolific on Instagram as well. Give her a follow to get the scoop on what she thinks is great from the PNW and beyond. She writes about us regularly enough that I sometimes feel like we should have her on the payroll. But, I digress. It's good to have folks that like your product, and aren't afraid to shout it from the rooftops. Thanks Julie!

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