Twelve from the Anniversary Celebration

Hello friends. Saturday’s 5th Anniversary event was great, in large part thanks to the wonderful wines poured by our partner wineries. As promised, today we have an offer that includes many of the wines poured at the event. Folks who attended will obviously have their favorites, but we also want to give list members who weren’t there the chance to access these delightful bottles.

I should also note that two of the wineries who poured will not be represented below. That’s because their wines were already written up and in the queue for future offers, so keep your eyes peeled on that front.

I was too busy soaking in the love-fest to take proper tasting notes on all these wines, and maybe that’s for the best; it’ll keep this offer from becoming epic in length. What I will include is a brief note mentioning whether each wine has been previously offered, and if so, linking to that offer text. And with that, here we go:

2012 Abeja Merlot

Never previously offered.

2011 Avennia “Gravura”

Originally offered February 10, 2014.

2010 Bunchgrass Cabernet Sauvignon Walla Walla Valley

Originally offered January 22, 2014.

2011 Dunham Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Never previously offered.

2012 Eyrie Vineyards Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

Never previously offered.

2012 Forgeron Chardonnay

Never previously offered.

2012 Rotie Cellars Northern Blend Red

Never previously offered.

2009 Rotie Cellars Southern Blend Red

From the Rotie library. Never previously offered.

2012 Seven Hills Winery Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Blend

Never previously offered.

2011 Sleight of Hand Cellars Archimage

Never previously offered.

2012 Syncline Cuvee Elena

Never previously offered.

2011 Trust Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Never previously offered.

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We’re trying to turn this around quickly, so it’s a little unclear which wines are broadly available and which are limited. Please place order requests as you see fit, and we’ll do our best to fulfill all requests. All the wines should arrive within the next few weeks, at which point they will be ready for pickup or shipping during the next temperature-appropriate shipping window.

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