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March 2019 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 24th to receive the March allocation. 

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Kontos Cellars is a 2,800 case winery that primarily focuses on ultra premium Bordeaux varieties grown in the Walla Walla Valley.  We create one flagship blend (Alatus) each year, and then focus on letting the varietals speak for themselves.  We believe that blending the same variety between vineyards and using a very extensive French/American oak program creates wonderful complexity, while allowing each grape to showcase its own inherent character. Working closely with vineyards such as Pepper Bridge, Seven Hills, Les Collines, and Summit View has continually given us beautiful fruit that is truly a cut above.

We sell 93% of our wines, directly to our customers through our downtown Walla Walla tasting room, or through our wine club, which is amazingly loyal.

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When Dusted Valley was created, the Johnsons and Braunels set out on an adventure – leaving behind their comfortable jobs to do something a little unconventional. And they haven’t looked back since. This year Dusted Valley proudly celebrates their 15th anniversary of growing and crafting spectacular Washington State wine under the Dusted Valley and Boomtown by Dusted Valley labels. With strong roots in agriculture, brothers-in-law Chad Johnson and Corey Braunel focus their wine growing philosophies in the vineyard with sustainable practices, low (or modest) yields and minimalistic winemaking. The resulting wines offer a sense of place and showcase their estate vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley and other premier vineyards throughout the state.

As part of their distinctive oak program, Dusted Valley works with barrels crafted from the finest French oak, along with oak sourced from the area near the 45th parallel of Wisconsin where they were born and raised. At roughly a 6,000 case operation, offerings include Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Chardonnay, along with Bordeaux and Rhone Style blends. Dusted Valley proudly shares “the good life” with friends and fans at their two tasting rooms– one at the foot of the Blue Mountains in Walla Walla and one near Seattle in the heart of Woodinville, Washington.

As we say in the Dusted Valley, “Experience the click of quality and crack that cap! The first two glasses are for your health, the second two for ours!”

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Wilridge Winery is a small family winery run in the European tradition. Founded in 1988, Wilridge is the oldest winery still operating in Seattle. From the beginning, Wilridge has focused on hand-crafted wines from select vineyard sites throughout Washington State. In 2007, Wilridge planted its certified Organic and Biodynamic Estate Vineyard on Naches Heights near Yakima.  In 2017 Wilridge launched its artisan brandy distillery using grapes, apples and pears from Wilridge Vineyard.  Wilridge spirits are available at the vineyard tasting room and farmers markets.  Wilridge wines are available at the winery in the historic Madrona neighborhood of Seattle, at The Tasting Room Seattle in Pike Place Market, in Woodinville at Sky River Meadery, at The Tasting Room Yakima at Wilridge Vineyard and at farmers markets throughout the state.

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Jason comes from Gig Harbor, Washington.  He grew up learning about life and fishing from his father, Marty, and Grandfather, Nick.  Jason's journey to wine making began while helping his grandparents make wine in their basement.  He holds a degree in biology from the University of Puget Sound and after years of work in sales, with wine collecting as a hobby, Jason decided to learn more about the wine industry.  A few classes at South Seattle Community College's Northwest Wine Academy led him to the conclusion, why couldn't we start our own winery?  So, he completed their production program and with his new found knowledge and a little wine making in his blood the adventure began.

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