CCW Albarino 06: Rather than remove all the leaves, only the laterals are removed on the Albarino. This gives some early morning sun exposure but still offers a little more protection from the sun on this extremely hot year.
Mac picking Syrah and weighing clusters for lag weights. The information collected from lag weights helps us to predict our crop load. From this we can determine if we need to remove more grapes from the vine. Quality is a direct correlation with crop size, a smaller crop usually means the potential for higher quality wines. Higher quality wines start with more expensive grapes because of the location, a lower tonnage, extra hand labor and the necessity of getting all operations completed in a timely fashion.
Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon with grapes exposed to the early morning light after leaf removal.
Tasting Room Magazine reviews our 2010 H/H Estates Michael Andrews Red Reserve!!
Editor’s Choice: OUTSTANDING
“This is truly a special wine and we are honored to share it with our readers.”John VitaleEditor & Publisher
Please read the article below and call to order your bottle today!!
Coyote Canyon Winery Appreciation Dinner
Held Feb. 6th at Columbia Crest Winery
A special appreciation dinner and event was given for those who work and help make Coyote Canyon Winery a success. This included a tour of Columbia Crest by Vanesa Blaisdel –showing where and how grapes were received, tour of tank rooms, barrel rooms, bottling lines, and ended with a tasting of Columbia Crest wines made with Coyote Canyon Vineyard grapes.
A special meal was created by Martha Andrews and Carolyn Knee featuring fresh Alaska silver salmon that Mike caught on his Alaska fishing adventure. A 3 liter bottle of 2009 H3 Columbia Crest wine was enjoyed with the meal along with other Coyote Canyon Winery wines.
Again, thank you for helping to make Coyote Canyon Winery a success story!!!
Mike and Marti Andrews
Robert Andrews Memorial Service will be held at the farm on April 11th, from 1:30pm – 3pm.
Great Northwest Wine Remembers Robert Andrews, Mike Andrews’ Father. Article written by Andy Perdue
Join us for an evening of fabulous wines, light appetizers and raffle prizes as the Washington State AVA Wine Tasting Series welcomes wines from Horse Heaven Hills. When attempting to describe the Horse Heaven Hills AVA, three words come to mind: earth, wind, and wine! 30 vineyards and six wineries make up over 12,000 acres of grapes grown in the fertile soils of the Horse Heaven Hills AVA. Sun drenched yearly and protected by constant breezes off the Columbia River, Horse Heaven Hills produces consistent quality wines to please the palate.
Monday, November 10, 2014 | 4:30pm to 6:30pm
4:30pm: Wine Tasting
5:15pm to 5:45pm: Overview and Q&A
5:45pm to 6:30pm: Wine Tasting
WTCSE Members, Sommeliers, Press | Complimentary
Guests of Members | $15
Non-Members | $25
For more information and to register please go to http://www.wtcseattle.com
World Trade Center Seattle, 2200 Alaskan Way, Suite 440. Seattle, WA 98121
Tuesday, March 25, 2014;
Winemaker’s at Bin No. 20 in Pasco, WA
2525 N 20th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301
Come and experience a dinner that will truly knock your sox off!
We’re traveling to the Red Lion hotel in Pasco, WA to pair our wines with the amazing food Bin No. 20 has to offer. Their Executive chef Steve Adams and Sous chef Jessie Ayala have teamed up with our winemaker Justin Michaud and our tasting room manager Carolyn Knee to create a winemaker’s dinner that is truly amazing from start to finish. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
$85 per Person
$75 per Wine Club Member
Seating is limited so hurry and reserve your spot today! For reservations please call 509.544.3944 or email Ben.Fleming@RedLion.com
Look for Marti and I as we share our Double Gold Class wining Bordeaux blend, H/H Estates Reserve 2009 Bozak Red and our gold medal Coyote Canyon Winery 2012 Albarino with food pairings from a top Colorado Chef. Be there to vote on your favorite Chef and Winery.Friday November 8, 2013 Grand Tasting of International Wines 4-9 pm VIP, 6-9 pm public tasting Marti and I will be pouring our 2 double gold and 4 gold medal wines.. November 8, 2013 4pm Barrie Lynn “The Cheese Impresario”
will be using our wines for an Artisanal Cheese and Wine pairing Adventure Seminar:CC 2010 Sangiovese, Denver gold medal 2011 Tres Cruces a Rhone Blend and Denver double gold 2011 H/H Buck Syrah.
We will be giving a one time special promo for the purchase of our wines on-line or at our tasting room in Prosser, WA. to those attending the Denver Wine Festival.