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April 2013

Greetings from Ross Andrew Winery!

As we start to enjoy the longer days in Seattle, it's time to throw open the tasting room doors, pull some corks (or twist some screwcaps) and raise a glass or two with our newest wines in them!

With that in mind, we invite you to join us at our newly remodeled Woodinville Tasting Room, Friday, May 3 from 6 to 9pm for our Spring release party as we celebrate the following:

  • 2009 Old Block Boushey Syrah (only 100 cases, 94 points!) From Washington's 2nd oldest planting of Syrah - too fantastic to describe, but your palate will thank you.
  • 2009 Lachini Vineyard Pinot Noir (40 cases)  From an extraordianry vineyard that is managed biodynamically (think organic on steroids, paired with a little voodoo, magic and over-the-top management).  A beautiful wine.
  • 2011 Meadow White Wine - A beautiful example of what Washington and Oregon whites can deliver from a cooler vintage.
  • 2012 Meadow Rosé (Yep!, but limited to 175 cases) - A first for the Meadow family. This Sangiovese dominant blend has beautiful blue fruit and strawberry aromatics highlighted by a bright palate.  It's that time of year.
  • 2011 Celilo Pinot Gris (200 cases) - It's back and showcasing the splendor of this Columbia Gorge vineyard.  Asian pear, spring flowers...
  • and....our new Wine Club! We are now offering a wine club that will give you priority access to limited production wines as well as special pricing on our entire portfolio.  Don't miss out as space is limited!

The wine will be flowing and our culinary director is working up some of her food magic for the night.


We look forward to seeing you Friday, May 3 from 6 to 9pm as we share our limited, new releases with you.  And, as always, we thank you for your continued support of our wines.


The Team at Ross Andrew Winery