PGV (Pinot Gris & Viognier) 2015: $15
Our 2015 PGV is a unique blend of 65% Pinot Gris and 35% Viognier, creating a rare wine with intense fruit aromas and a rich, crisp finish. Enjoy with chicken recipes, steamed mussels, clam linguini and other seafood dishes or by itself on the patio with good friends.
Albariño 2015: $18
Albariño is the best known of the Spanish white varieties and has recently been planted in Washington State. Our 2015 Albariño is the third vintage from the Crawford Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. Harvested in late September, it was stainless fermented to maximize the intense pear and apricot aromas characteristic of this variety. Only 130 cases produced.
D.R. Wolfe’s Family Red 2013: $16
The 2013 D.R. Wolfe’s Family Red is a unique blend of Zinfandel (42%), Petite Sirah (28%), Lemberger (21%) and Syrah (9%), all grown in the Columbia Valley of Washington State. Aged 22 months in a blend of French and American oak. Soft, fruity and full-bodied, this wine complements a wide range of rich and hardy dishes and is meant for enjoyment now through 2025.
2nd Chance Rosé 2015: $15
Our 2015 Rosé is named after Chance, our winery dog pictured on the front label. Chance is a rescue dog from Out West Pet Rescue in Prosser. This wine 100% Lemberger with intense fruit aromas and a rich, crisp finish. Enjoy by itself on a warm summer afternoon or with picnic fare, hors dÕoeuvres or turkey on Thanksgiving.
For every bottle sold, Thurston Wolfe donates $1 to animal rescue programs.
Zinfandel 2012: $20
The 2012 Zinfandel is our 12th vintage from the Zephyr Ridge Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Harvested in early October, the wine was fermented to dryness on the skins and aged in a mixture of American and European oak for 16 months before bottling in May 2014. Enjoy now with prime rib, rack of lamb or port-glazed pork loin or age through 2023.
Reserve Zinfandel 2012: $30
The 2012 vintage is our third Reserve Zinfandel from the Zephyr Ridge Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Fermented in small open top fermenters and aged 18 months in new American oak, this super rich Zinfandel has luxurious berry fruit aromas with peppery spice undertones, intense oak spice, rich extracted texture and silky finish. Only 100 cases produced!
The Spaniard 2012: $20
The Spaniard is Thurston Wolfe’s fifth bottling of our Mediterranean-style blend of Grenache (63%), Tempranillo (25%), and Syrah (12%). Grenache and Tempranillo are the primary red varieties of the Rioja region of Spain. Following fermentation and blending, the wine was aged in French and American oak for 19 months before bottling. Only 270 cases produced!
Zephyr Ridge Petite Sirah 2012: $20
Our 2012 Petite Sirah is produced from grapes grown at the Zephyr Ridge Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Harvested mid October, it was fermented dry and aged 22 months in French and American oak before bottling. Smoke, cherry, white pepper and oak spice aromas and intense richness and full body characterize this rare wine for Washington State. 297 cases produced.
DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL - Seattle Wine Awards!
Touriga Nacional Table Wine 2012: SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT!
Touriga Nacional is one of the traditional Portuguese port varieties from the Douro region of Portugal. Thurston Wolfe has used this variety in our port blends since 2000, sourcing the fruit from the Lonesome Spring Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. With the 2012 vintage, we produced a dry table wine from the variety to demonstrate its versatility. Aged 14 months in American oak and only 75 cases produced.
Cabernet Sauvignon 'The Teacher' 2012: $25
Our 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon is our seventh dedication to Stan Clarke, renowned Washington State viticulturist, teacher and mentor of students of all ages. His favorite wine was Cabernet Sauvignon. Please enjoy this wine anytime, but especially in memory of Stan on its 10th anniversary in 2022.
The 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon is a blend from select vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills including Destiny Ridge, McKinley Springs and Double Canyon. Following aging in French and American oak for 14 months, the wine was bottled in January 2014. With intense cherry, cassis, mocha and oak spice aromas and rich, full flavors, this wine can be enjoyed now or aged through 2024.
Malbec 2013: $30
Our 2013 Malbec is from the McKinley Springs Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. The wine was aged in American and French oak for 28 months before bottling. Only 50 cases produced and selected for our wine club!
Petit Verdot 2012: $30
Our 2012 Petit Verdot is from the Double Canyon Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Harvested in late October, the wine was aged in French and American oak for 19 months before bottling. Only 24 cases produced and selected for our wine club!
Reserve Petite Sirah 2012: $30
Our 2012 Reserve Petite Sirah was selected from Block 40 at the Zephyr Ridge Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Located on a steep south facing slope in shallow rocky soil, it produces wine of exceptional intensity. Aged 31 months in 100% new American oak before bottling. Smoke, cherry, black pepper and oak spice aromas and intense richness and full body characterize this rare wine. Only 25 cases produced!
The Geologist 2010: $50
The Geologist was inspired by the dramatic volcanic and fluvial geology of eastern Washington’s viticulture regions. Our front label shows a key component, the Snipes Mountain growing area, with its unique ancestral Columbia River conglomerate soils directly overlying ancient weathered basalt. The Geologist captures in the bottle this viticultural legacy as well as recognizing the professional inspiration of one of our family members; geoscientist, Michael Yeaman. Aged 25 months in French and American oak and 2 years in the bottle before release. Limited production of 100 cases.
CABERNET SAUVIGNON (50%) - Upland Vineyard
PETITE VERDOT (38%) - Double Canyon Vineyard
MALBEC (12%) - McKinley Springs Vineyard
Toriga Nacional Port: $16
Touriga Nacional is one of the traditional Portuguese port varieties from the Douro region of Portugal. Thurston Wolfe has used this variety in our port blends since 2000, sourcing the fruit from the Lonesome Spring Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. The 2011 vintage was exceptional enough for a single vareital port.