Spring is coming and we have some great wines that will work very well for Easter Dinner if they last that long. The whites both hold up very well with food and the reds are beautiful and rich. We are sure you are going to enjoy this month's selections.

Cheers and Happy Easter!

Threadcount Quilt Red Blend

Complex aromas of black raspberry, milk chocolate, and soft hints of sweet cedar.

Bold flavors of boysenberry pie, sugar cookie, and toffee lead to subtle notes of strawberry jam and baking spice. The balanced and complex tannin structure creates a long-lasting enjoyable finish.

Varietal: Red Blend
14.7% ABV

Willamette Valley Pinot Gris

Aromas of guava, passion fruit and honeysuckle balance with a natural minerality from the local terroir.

The fresh flavors of golden apple, pear and melon invite the consumer to experience in tandem both the aroma and taste. The perceived sweetness and natural acidity show a balance to the wine with a rich, mid-palate and lingering finish.

Varietal: 100% Pinot Gris
12.5% ABV

Trivento Golden Reserve Malbec

Intense red with violet tints. The aromatic profile expresses the sharpness of red fruits such as raspberries and blackberries. Intense and deep on the nose. Full-bodied palate with vibrant tannins. Round structure and a juicy finish.

Varietal: 100% Malbec
14% ABV

Crossbarn Chardonnay

The 2021 vintage bursts from the glass with bright aromas of lemon zest, green apple, and white florals, with an undercurrent of flinty minerality that belies its cool climate origins along the Sonoma Coast. A beautiful tension midpalate elevates the notes of Asian pear and lime which mingle with a vibrant acidity, leading to a clean and refreshing finish.

Varietal: 100% Chardonnay
14.1% ABV

Stop in and pick up your selections now. Want more information? Check out the Wine Club page and look for Tasting Notes.