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March 2018 Club Wines

Coming to you in March!

agoodyear strives to find the most unique and amazing Washington wines and deliver them to your door every quarter.  Join the club by February 25th to receive the March allocation. 

Tim and Jen have been friends since they joined our app back in 2011. What an amazing couple, family and wine makers. agoodyear is so excited to have this opportunity to bring thier fantastic wine to you. And Tim graciously has signed every bottle for the club.

What's with the Birds? This wine was named in honor of Jen's family (of four), the Robbins Family.

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John was an early support of our story in Washingtons wine history and I am proud to call him a friend, and a friend who happens to make exceptional wine. Here is his story!

Ten generations of the Bookwalter family have been involved in American agriculture. 

Jerry’s son John quite literally grew up in the vineyards of Eastern Washington, but left in the late 1980s to pursue a successful 10-year sales and marketing career with E&J Gallo, Winterbrook Beverage Group and Coors Brewing Co. In 1997, he returned to Richland with a keen understanding of the winery’s heritage and a clear vision for its future.

Today, J. Bookwalter has grown from one of Washington’s oldest wineries into one of Pacific Northwest’s most recognized boutique wine brands, relying on exceptional vineyard sources and meticulous winemaking to produce some of the world’s finest wines.

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Winemaker and Owner, John Patterson, creates approachable wines that reflect the new world style in winemaking. Wines from the Patterson Cellars portfolio receive 90 plus points from Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast and Wine Advocate from year to year, which speaks to the quality, consistency and caliber of the wine he creates. 

John worked at Quilceda Creek during harvest for 13 years and decided on a career change. He started Patterson Cellars in the year 2000 and he hasn’t looked back, producing 12,000 plus cases of wine each year in the Warehouse Winery District,  opening a 2nd tasting room in the Hollywood Hill District in 2012, then a third in Leavenworth in 2017. Patterson also provides wine processing services and equipment rental for more than 20 boutique wineries in Woodinville.

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Reminiscent of the remarkable transformation of Vitis vinifera into fine wine, our family story continues to evolve with the introduction of each new generation. It begins in the Walla Walla Valley in the early 1900s. A young man, James Otis Kenyon, was a struggling dentist practicing in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. When a new dentist moved to town, James, for reasons that remain a mystery, burned his competitor’s office to the ground. After much speculation and a lengthy investigation, James spent a short period of time providing superb dental care to the staff and patients at a nearby hospital.

Ostracized by his wife and presumed dead by his two sons, the family moved to Walla Walla, Washington. Robert Otis Kenyon, the eldest son, never spoke of his father even to his son, Stephen Otis Kenyon. Yet, almost exactly 50 years after the incident that began the family legend, Steve discovered his grandfather living quietly on the Oregon coast.

James was reunited with his sons and became a joyful part of their families living long enough to witness the birth of his first great grandchild, Muriel. Although he passed on at age 101, James would have delighted in the birth and naming of his great grandson, Samuel Otis Kenyon.

[Otis Kenyon CabSauv label] Today, in tribute to four generations of Otis Kenyons each with strong ties to the Walla Walla Valley, owner Stephen Otis Kenyon has returned to the area to make wine. Guided by an unyielding commitment to excellence, and dedicated to sustainable and bio-diverse viticultural practices, he is a passionate grower and producer of elegantly structured and affordable Bordeaux and Rhone varietal wines.

In honor of James Otis Kenyon, the label bears his silhouette.

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