Named "2015 Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year", Maryhill Winery is one of the largest wineries in Washington state, producing more than 80,000 cases annually. Family-owned and operated since 1999 and with New Zealand native Richard Batchelor at the winemaking helm, Maryhill produces more than 50 wines (over 30 unique varietals) with grapes sourced from a select list of growers in eight of Washington's AVAs.
1.Pinot Gris $14.99
Rich nectarine and pear notes mingled with honey. Crisp fruit flavor is delivered at the front of the palate, while a slightly creamy texture fills in the finish.
2.Winemaker’s White $14.99
Aromas of cantaloupe and lilac lead into a juicy palate of lemon zest and light minerality that is offset with lively acidity. This wine is sure to pair well with seafood.
Fresh fruit and spring flower aromas bounce from the glass, enhanced by rose petal, jasmine, and ripe mango flavors with a lively strawberry finish.
4.Cabernet Franc $24.99
Broad and supple aromas of tobacco and cedar start before focused and defined blackcurrant notes finish.
5.Winemaker’s Red $14.99
Approachable and food-friendly with rich tannins and a textured blend comprised of mingled notes of pepper and herbal flavors.
Wines will be accompanied by a selection of cheeses, crackers, canapes, artisan breads &olive oil. The cost for one flight (a sample of each of the wines) will be $15.