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These Belong in Your Glass and Cellar

Whether you're looking for a Tuesday night pop-and-pour or a sultry single vineyard, we have you covered.

Walla Walla Syrah Spectator Love

More Wine Spectator love today, with their Insider featuring a handful of Washington knockouts.

Greatest Hits Pinots

This week, we're celebrating Oregon Pinot noir, which makes sense since this weekend is the International Pinot Noir Celebration. We've put together a "greatest hits" compilation from the last month (and beyond) -- Pinots that have rocked the critics and have impressed our discerning palates.

Two Unique Oregon Whites

You've not had Oregon white wines like these.

95 point Beaux Freres, 93 point Walter Scott

Glowing reviews for Oregon Pinots mostly from the blockbuster 2014 vintage. It's awesome to see wineries we've supported through the years get some Spectator love!

Mark Ryan: At the Top of Their Game

Making easily some of the best red wines in Washington and moreover, on the West Coast, in our opinion the team at Mark Ryan is at the top of their game.

This is Oregon Pinot noir

This is why Oregon Pinot continues to inspire me.

97 points, #1 Wine of the Year, and Best Barolo Deal

A little break from Oregon and Washington today, off to the hills of Tuscany and Piedmont!

95 point Oregon Pinot: Bethel Heights' Stunning 2014s

The June 1st Wine Spectator Insider featured a bunch of new Oregon Pinots, mostly from the stellar 2014 vintage. The highest rated, hottest Oregon wine in the bunch was Bethel Heights Aeolian Estate Pinot noir 2014, coming in at 95 points.

Local Competition: Oregon vs. Champagne

My go-to Champagnes finally have some local competition.

Soos Creek Champoux & Ciel du Cheval

We highly recommend both. Regardless of price, they are two of the best Bordeaux blends in the country.

Get on the Bandwagon: Latta Wines

Having crafted some of Washington's highest rated wines in history for K Vintners, Andrew Latta is now producing exceptional wines which bare his name.

My Kind of Wines: Twill Cellars

Something exhilarating happened last week. Sitting down with winemaker Chris Dickson, tasting his new Twill Cellars line-up, the wines, the style and character, spoke to me.

A Lot of Excitement, A Little Egg: Yakima Red is Back!

Our most popular Washington red wine of the last decade is back, and it is spectacular!

Time to Jump!

A fantastic newcomer in Franchere, alongside one of our favorite wineries in the world, Evesham Wood both at $25!?! We recommend jumping!

Timmy!

With his second round of releases, Tim Malone is poised to make a big splash in the Pacific Northwest wine market.

The Best Northwest Rosés

Eyrie and Division: The Two Best Rosés from the 2015 vintage. Period. Boom.


Under the Radar Reds

It's what we do: search the Pacific Northwest for hidden gems you'd never hear about in the major wine press.

Oregon's Hottest Winery: Walter Scott 2014s

In our expert opinion, Ken Pahlow and Erica Landon's Walter Scott Wines is the hottest Oregon winery right now. Everyone's talking about them and for very good reasons. 

Fans of Oregon Pinot, do not miss these wines.


One of the most thrilling Northwest wines we've ever tasted.

Bookwalter Chenin is back! No other Pacific Northwest white wine has caused the same stir or the number of requests for more.

Two Pinot Favorites

Get ready for 2014 Oregon Pinot Noir. Because they are ready for you. They are the kinds of Pinot that everyone will like. Super attractive, loaded with charm, and they'll be great in five years, too. Both hit the sweet spot for price in single vineyard Pinot.

96 point Washington Royalty: Sorella '12

The Queen herself, Sorella 2012 from Andrew Will. We highly recommend you get to know this fair lady.

Cuvee J: Elite Status

When I'm asked to suggest a literal handful of Oregon Pinots to buy every vintage, Evesham Wood's Cuvee J is one of them.

Mark Ryan: As Good As It Gets

The Mark Ryan team are making easily some of the best red wines in Washington and moreover, on the West Coast.


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Make sure you always get a discount by using Build a Case. How it works:

If you haven't found a full case (12 bottles) to buy today, start your Build a Case now by purchasing a few bottles online, by phone or email. If you order online, select the Build a Case option. If by phone or email, just ask us to add the bottles to a Build a Case for you. You'll receive order confirmation and we'll cellar the wines for you at no charge.

Add to your case whenever you see wines you can't resist. Each time you add to your Build a Case, you'll be charged the discounted price.

When you complete your case, we'll apply a shipping rate and contact you to schedule your case for shipment.

Because of finite space in our warehouse, we kindly ask that you complete your Build a Case within six months. Please email or call us with any questions.