This expansive and highly-regarded vineyard allows the Monson Family to produce stunning quality wines.
Washington State's famed Columbia Valley produces extraordinary grapes in large part due to the area's great soils—the result of massive flooding during the last Ice Age. Light and porous, these soils are frequently wind-blown, and the windy tops of the many high hills and ridgelines of the region are typically devoid of soil leaving a "stonecap" of rocks behind.
The 2013 Riesling opens with fresh aromas of plum and peach mingled with light fragrant notes of jasmine and orange blossom.
This Chardonnay displays bright aromatic notes highlighted by citrus, honeydew, and honeysuckle.
A soft, full‐ bodied mouthfeel highlighted by bright flavors of raspberry, red plum, and hints of juicy citrus is supported by polished tannins.
A smooth, elegant, structured mouth feel revolves around flavors of currants, dried cherry, cassis, and plums.