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Celebrate Washington Wine Month

It’s time to raise a toast to the unparalleled wines our state has to offer. To make this celebration even more special, our Beverage Director, Amanda Reed, has handpicked a selection of wines tailored for all seafood & steak aficionados. So, if you’re someone who loves the ocean’s & land’s bounty as much as a fine glass of wine, you’re in for a treat!

ORR Old Vine Chenin Blanc, Columbia Valley, Washington, 2022 | $17

I started my brand with the goal of making a minerally white wine to pair with the seafood and shellfish of the Pacific Northwest. A big part of my inspiration has been to honor Washington’s viticultural heritage. – Erica Orr

Produced by one of Washington’s most skilled and dynamic winemakers, Orr Old Vine Chenin Blanc is a white wine lover’s dream. The fruity, floral and mineral driven aromatics are accompanied by lush texture and mouthwatering acidity. This wine is a perfect pairing with any of our lobster dishes as well as the prawn cocktail and scampi.

GROSGRAIN Semillon, Les Collines Vineyard, Walla Walla, Washington, 2021 | $19

This is a one-of-a-kind wine in the state, fermented 14 days on skins and aged in clay amphorae and stainless steel. The aromas of lemon balm, fresh herbs and cream lead to a textured mouthfeel that is backed by bright, lemony acidity. It’s a statement for this producer and the valley. This wine is delicious compliment to some of our decadent seafood dishes, including this season’s Scallops and Ling Cod.

SYNCLINE Gamay Noir, Columbia Gorge, Washington, 2021 | $22

This limited production estate wine is produced by a husband-and-wife team whose winemaking style is inspired by the French. The grape Gamay Noir is a cousin of Pinot Noir and is known to produce light bodied, fresh and fruity wines. While Syncline’s gamay is a little more serious than its French counterpart, the wine is just as delicate and lively with tart red fruit, white pepper and hints of floral and earth notes. Enjoy alongside our finest King Salmon.

PEPPER BRIDGE Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla, Washington, 2020 | $32

Pepper Bridge founder, Norm McKibben, was one of Walla Walla Valley’s early pioneers of viticulture. He establishes some of the valley’s most iconic vineyards, including Pepper Bridge, Les Collines, and Seven Hills vineyard. In 1998, he founded Pepper Bridge Winery and brought on two partners, including Swiss winemaker Jean-François Pellet, who was recruited from Heitz Cellars. Pepper Bridge has since become one of the most significant producers of Bordeaux varietals in Washington State. This wine speaks for itself and is the quintessential steak pairing wine, an ideal choice to compliment the juicy and succulent flavors of our American Wagyu.