Inyo Winery
 
Barrel of wine

2008 Sangiovese-Barbera
Columbia Valley
  2008 Syrah - SOLD OUT
Wahluke Slope

2008 Syrah-Mourvedre
Columbia Valley
  Ruby red color hints at the basket of red fruits to follow on the nose and palate. Raspberry predominates with zingy boysenberry, spice and bramble. Great acidity in the Italian style keeps it buoyant on the palate. Drink over the next three years.
  Fresh, bright, just-picked blueberries and violets are joined by bing cherries and the mild, pleasant lactic note typical of young syrahs. The fruit gets lusher and sweeter as it sits in the glass and is joined by attractive accents of espresso and bacon. Bright and joyous now, but will reward cellaring for five to seven years.

Blueberry notes from the syrah blend harmoniously with blackberry and herbs from the mourvedre to create an elegant Rhone style blend. An enticing black pepper note peeks thru on the finish. Grippy tannins make this a great partner now for hearty beef and lamb dishes as well as an excellent candidate for further cellaring of up to seven years.
  2011 Riesling - SOLD OUT
Columbia Valley

2012 Estate - SOLD OUT
Madeleine Angevine-Siegerrebe

Puget Sound

Sognatore Toscano Riserva
Columbia Valley

  Light straw color with a leesy, vitamin kind of minerality on the nose. Tangy Granny Smith apple and citrus flavors lead off, with a splash of ruby red grapefruit on the finish. This wine begs for food and Asian cuisine, such as shrimp with a creamy curry sauce, comes to mind.
  Our Estate Wine made from Siegerrebe and Madeleine Angevine proved to be a great choice for the vineyard’s unique terroir. These grapes are similar to their more popular cousin Gewurztraminer. They thrive in Northwest Washington’s cool temperature and short growing season. This wine is medium-bodied, off-dry and well-balanced. It has a delightful bouquet with fresh and lively flavors of pink grapefruit and tangerine. This is the neighborhood favorite.

Sognatore [soh-nyah-TOH-ray] meaning “Dreamer” in Italian.
This is our line of reserve wines. The Toscono is fashioned along the lines of a Super Tuscan, featuring a base of four year barrel aged Sangiovese and Barbera with its bright fruit and lively acidity tamed with the richness of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. This style of blend was initiated by Tuscan winemakers who wanted to add Merlot or Cabernet to their Chianti, but were told if they did they couldn't label their wine as Chianti, so instead they called it Super Tuscan, creating a new blend that would be recognized on its own.