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Welcome to the best Red Wine Club for Washington State Wines.

Membership is simple…  There are only 140 spots available, there is no cost to join and you can cancel anytime. If you are one of the lucky 140 you will receive 4 allocations a year. Your account will be charged on the 20th of the previous month for your shipment. If you are part of the club you get an allocation and if not, you will have to be on the wait list for an opportunity to join.

agoodyear finds 16 wines a year from 16 different wineries all bottles hand signed by the winemaker that made them and then delivered directly to your door. Wineries will only be in the club 1x. It’s a great opportunity to taste thru the best wines of Washington.

At this level, you always get 10% off all orders and flat rate shipping.   Just sign into your membership to enjoy this discount! 

March 2020 Two Bottle Club Wines: total $103.39 with tax and shipping.

  • Dillon Cellars, 2015 Wrought Mourvèdre/Syrah $45

54% Mourvèdre | 46% Syrah

Stillwater Creek Vineyard | 319 Cases Produced | 14.3% Alcohol

  • Caprio Cellars, 2016 Eleanor (Signed)

Named in honor of my grandmother, Eleanor, this three-acre vineyard is located in the heart of the Walla Walla Valley. Planted in 2006 with two acres of Cabernet Sauvignon and one acre of Merlot, the vineyard's southwestern slope enables long exposure to sunlight, producing rich, complex and supple fruit. It is this small, meticulously tended vineyard, along with a limited amount of Octave Vineyard fruit, from which Eleanor's Estate wine is produced.

  • At this level, you always get 15% off all orders and flat rate shipping.   Just sign into your membership to enjoy this discount! 

March 2020 Four Bottle Club Wines: total $184.36 with tax and shipping.

  • You get the two "Teaser" club bottles, plus: ​​

  • Golden Ridge Cellars, 2016 Estate Cabernet (Signed)

  • Solemn Cellars, 2016 Pheasant Run Cabernet (Signed)

This higher elevation Cab also receives the warmer air due to the Walla Walla Inversions. The Cab varietal reacts slightly different then the merlot by exhibiting some earthy qualities followed by the balanced viscous fruit. This isn’t your over macerated giant bodied style of Cab that can sometimes mask the beautiful flavors and aromas, instead you get the natural components of the varietal.