2018 Primitivo

100% of the Primitivo fruit was sourced from Coyote Canyon vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, approximately 20 miles south of Prosser, Washington.  The Primitivo fruit from Coyote Canyon promises a fruit- forward, lush mid-palate wine. Vanilla custard and strawberry rhubarb on the nose, followed by candied fruit, wafer cookies, black leaf tea, tobacco, sweet cherries and finishes with a hint of licorice.

The 2018 Primitivo pairs well with barbeque dishes, roasted vegetables, Manchego, and Pecorino.

2015 Meyer Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

SOLD OUT- Opaque dark garnet color.  Attractive, complex aromas and flavors of Greek olives, blackberries, vanilla, and chocolate.  Buttered toast and rose petal hit the nose.

Savor this wine with salmon or hearty roasted meat. 

2018 Sangiovese

SOLD OUT- Rainier Cherries, plums, black tea, all spice, pepper and geranium. Finishes with a touch of caramel.  Elegant and very drinkable wine.

 

The 2018 Sangiovese pairs well with roasted vegetables in olive oil, hard salami, and hard cheeses such as Pecorino and Asiago.

2016 L’Oeuvre – a work of art

SOLD OUT – A traditional Bordeaux Blend ruby in color, and aromas of coconut woodiness that test the nose. Flavors of strawberry jam, blueberry, blackberry, grenadine syrup excite the palate.  Earthy notes such as arugula and flint are present as well.

A tasty, well-structured and balanced red that works with anything on the table.

2016 L'Oeuvre

2016 Malbec

SOLD OUT – Classic dark inky color in the glass predicts the lush plum, sweet blackberry and vanilla flavors framed with soft tannins and a touch of maple syrup. 

Try this wine with blackened salmon, steak or any decadent creation off the grill. 

2016 Malbec

Deadhead Red 2017 Petít Verdot

SOLD OUT- Jim Bopp, Pend d’Oreille Winery’s Head Winemaker introduced his own private label in 2010, Cottage Island Wines. Deadhead Red is made from the Petit Verdot grape, grown at the Coyote Canyon Vineyard in Klickitat County, Washington.

Jim began making this wine as a tribute to his Grandfather, who began his business career with a $500 loan from a local Sandpoint banker and an idea to salvage “sinker” logs from the bottom of Lake Pend Oreille. Thus was born Deadhead Logging Co. which would later become Sand Creek Lumber Co. and Pack River Lumber Co.