Spanning over 26,000 miles, the Pacific Crest Trail bends to the rugged, fertile lands of Washington’s wine country. The Pacific Crest Wine Co. seeks to capture the scenic beauty and adventure that defines the Pacific Northwest.
The 2015 Chardonnay ($16.99) is an extraordinary varietal that belongs on your table. The Columbia Valley showcases grapes with profiles ranging from tropical to warm apple. This selection is balanced with notes of apple, cinnamon, honeycomb and warm croissant that exits with a long, balanced finish.
The Pacific Crest Cabernet Sauvignon ($19.99) pays tribute to the compelling beauty of its namesake. Pure fruit flavors mirror a style that offers depth and structure. Balanced flavors of black currant, blackberry and clove are complimented dusty tannins and a long finish.
In the 1830s, rugged explorers traveled west on the Oregon Trail and were rewarded with the fertile hills of the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Trail Wine Co. produces an exceptional Pinot Noir ($19.99) with rich aromas of red cherry, baking spice and pepper. Bright notes of cranberry, rhubarb, spice and a candied fruit quality give way to a subtle mouth feel.