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Vintages Wine List
Vintages Wine List
For 3 generations we've farmed the land that produce our Coyote Canyon Winery grapes. Our family's vineyard-to-bottle ideology has allowed us to create lively, approachable wines with plenty of character. Our reds are known for their body and long velvety silky tannins and the quality of each wine is consistent and amazing. In 2015 we garnered 5 double gold medals and 4 gold medals at The Tri-Cities Wine Festival. We are so happy to share our Coyote Canyon and H/H Estate Reserve wines with our customers and wine club members, Cheers!
Coyote Canyon Wines
2011 Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes: This wine has been cellared in our warehouse for a few years to help the acid mellow and tannins balance with the fruit. Aromas of black pepper, oak, dried cherries, currents, leather, smoke and earth reveal themselves as the wine fills the glass. Because of the cooler vintage this Cabernet is more medium bodied and elegant. The subtle nuances of the wine reveal themselves over time and the finish is nice and complex. A good example of old world style mixed with new world flavors. This wine will air nicely with a good steak, keep it simple. Winemakers Notes: Blend Composition: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon; Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%.
Tasting Notes: Garnet violet color with aromas of spicy berry chutney, chocolate, strawnerries and oranges. A supple, fruity-yet-dry medium body and a tangy, melon and spice accented finish coupled with dusty tannins. Winemakers Notes: It is well balanced and showcases the potential of this varietal out of the Horse Heaven Hills. The slightly cooler 2011 vintage set up to ripen the Grenache quite nicely and the additional hang time led to richer flavor development. The wine is rich and full bodied for Grenache and has a long finish. Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%; Cases Produced: 200.
2012 Tres Cruces
Tasting Notes: The color is a deep garnet. The aromatics are a combination of dusty oak and big red fruits, think blackberry and plum. The fruit hits you up front and the wine has a nice mid palate before finishing up with some rich cherry notes and a crisp cranberry finish. This is a medium body wine with lots of subtle nuances that make it great for drinking by itself but also something to pair with food. Winemakers Notes: Tres Cruces was one of the first wines I tried from Coyote Canyon and a blend I was eager to get a chance to work with. The wine is a Rhone style red blend using Syrah, Mourvedre and Grenache. I think of Coyote Canyon Vineyard as a Cabernet Sauvignon site but have been surprised and excited about all the different varietals we have growing at the vineyard. The first Tres Cruces blend I tried was Syrah heavy and I have been looking forward to blending up my own version of this wine. I had plenty of each component to work with and made many versions of this blend before coming up with this final mix. The Syrah is consistently big and smooth and I thought it should be the heavy hitter in this blend. After that I imagined the Grenache, with its acidity and bright fruit, would be the next component but as I blended things together it was the Mourvedre that added more depth and body to the wine. The wine was barrel aged for 18 months and then filtered and bottled. This wine is ready to drink now. Blend Composition: 42% Syrah, 33% Mourvedre, 25% Grenache; Alcohol by Volume: 14.8%; Cases Produced: 295.
Tasting Notes: Darker than some Sangiovese you can tell this is a beefy wine when you pour it into your glass. A dark red color with aromatics of Bing cherries, currents, and toasted oak can be smelled. The palette has more cherry flavors and dried strawberries along with some mild leather and chocolate. This wine drinks great on its own or pairs with a nice classic spaghetti and meatball dish. Winemakers Notes: Sangiovese has always been a wine I enjoy and I wanted to try and bring out the acidity and crispness of the variety. By blending in Graciano, a big tannic wine, it added some weight to the wine. The brightness of the Sangiovese shines through and the wine finishes nicely. Blend Composition: 83% Sangiovese, 17% Graciano; Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%; pH: 3.81; TA: 6.8 g/l; Bottling Date: March 12, 2014; Cases Produced: 168.
Tasting Notes: Leather, spice, and oak mingle together with dried fruit aromas as you smell this wine. A lighter bodied red with great acidity and high pH make this a smooth and refreshing type of wine. A soft finish with a little kick make each sip seem better. Winemakers Notes: This is the first Tempranillo wine made at Coyote Canyon and I am proud to share it with you. In the past all of the Tempranillo has been used in our reserve blend Michael Andrews but I thought this wine showed well enough on its own to deserve a separate bottling. A little on the light side for Coyote Canyon wines but still great intensity and focus show just how well this grape can grow in the Horse Heaven Hills AVA. Blend composition: 92% Tempranillo, 8% Graciano; Alcohol by Volume: 14.1%; Cases Produced: 211.
Tasting Notes: Peach and mild honeysuckle are consistent aromas and flavors in this wine from vintage to vintage and 2014 didn't disappoint. Some of the floral components associated with the varietal are also present with the peach and some rose petal on the nose. Flavors are nice, not over the top but well balanced. Winemakers Notes: This has been a consistently great performing block for Coyote Canyon and I am starting to get a feel for what we can do with this wine. Made in 100% stainless steel the idea is to highlight the fruit aspect of the varietal. I do some extended lees contact and stirring to try and build more complexity and mouth feel in the Viognier. The grape is picked early enough to maintain its natural acidity which helps give the wine a crisp finish. Blend Composition: Viognier, Roussanne; Alcohol by Volume: 13.6%; Bottling: April 8, 2015; Cases Produced: 180.
Tasting Notes: This wine makes me think of minerality, it is hard to describe the exact taste but it is a combination of lemon and slate. The wine is light, bright and refreshing. Star fruit with lemon zest is an image this wine conjures in my mind. A great wine to pair with seafood. Winemakers Notes: This has been one of my favorite surprises since starting to make wine with Coyote Canyon, I have always enjoyed Roussanne but never thought that much about it. This block of fruit seems like it makes itself, the clarity and brightness seem to come through with very little help from me. I blended a little Viognier into the wine to add some complexity and depth to the finish but overall just love drinking this wine. If you come visit me at the winery and this is still in tank there is a good chance I will want you to try it. I am starting to get a feel for what we can do with this grape. The wine is made in 100% stainless steel to highlight the fruit aspect of the varietal. The grape is picked early enough to maintain its natural acidity which helps give the wine a crisp finish. Blend Composition: 96% Roussanne, 4% Viognier; Residual Sugar: 1%; Alcohol by Volume: 13.4%; Bottling: April 8, 2015; Cases Produced:103.
2015 El Chispear Albariño
Tasting Notes: This exciting, fresh, Spanish grape is a rare variety in Washington State. Coyote Canyon Vineyard was the first in the state to plant Albarino, and our winery is one of only a handful privileged to work with it. This wine has wonderful citrus and tropical aromas mixed with apple and mild baking yeast. Star fruit flavors and more apple are complemented with a nice creamy finish. Winemakers Notes: Blend Composition: 100% Albariño; Alcohol by Volume: 12%.
2015 Sweet Louise
Tasting Notes: A bright fragrance of apricot, honey and baking spices. The favors are dried apricot, honey, jam and a rich creamy note. The viscosity is high, giving the wine a full-bodied richness. Drinks nicely on its own or over grilled peaches or pound cake. Winemakers Notes: Dessert wines are interesting to make. Coyote Canyon has been making an ice style wine for years and I am excited to continue the tradition. We hand pick our Viognier and Riesling into small lugs and then put them into cold storage until the grapes are completely frozen. The pressing process is unique. When we put the frozen grapes into our press we only get a fraction of the yield. The juice that comes out is super sweet and thick. The fermentation takes a little longer than a normal fermentation but the results are magic. This vintage has the aromas I like. The bright apricot and golden color are our trademark style. I hope you enjoy drinking this wine as it takes a lot of timing and effort to create. Blend Composition: 58% Viognier, 42% Riesling. Alcohol by Volume: 11.7%; Residual Sugar: 21% by weight; Cases Produced: 165.
Tasting Notes: This wine has an apple, lemon, hay, almond paste and tropical note unique to the Coyote Canyon vineyard site. The thick skins contribute to the rich aromatics. Flavors of mild lime, star fruit and peach combine for a mouthwatering experience complemented with a nice zippy finish. Not too dry and not too sweet this is a great example of warmer climate Albariño from the Horse Heaven Hills AVA in Washington State. Winemakers Notes: Coyote Canyon Vineyard was the first vineyard in Washington State to plant Albariño grapes back in 2006. This exciting Spanish grape varietal is a rarity in Washington State but is starting to gain a cult status. Albariño originated in Spain and continues to be a major player in wines from Northwestern Spain where they are primarily used in Rias Baixes blends. 2016 was a unique growing season, it started off wet and hot but tapered off during the summer months. We anticipated a hot vintage so we left a larger crop on the vines to help slow down ripening. The wine was handpicked and fermented in a stainless-steel tank. After fermentation, the wine was left to age on its lees for a few months prior to filtration and bottling. This is 100%. Our vineyard showcases how well Albariño can grow in Washington State. I love this wine on its own but think it pairs well with fish or creamy dishes. The acidity on the finish gives the wine a refreshing component that makes it a great food wine. Alcohol by Volume: 14%; Residual Sugar: 7g/l; pH: 3.33; TA: 5.9g/l; Cases Produced: 201.
2016 Life Is Rosé
Tasting Notes: The wine has a delicate pink rose color that is super clear. Aromas of tart red fruits, cranberry, rose petal, and light herbs pleasantly mix together. Citrus flavors combined with cranberry, dried currants, and under ripe watermelon finish with a beautiful crisp acidity. An excellent balance from start to finish the wine lingers on the tongue and lips. Winemakers Notes: I have continually evolved my approach to making this Rose and think this may be the best one yet. A big key to creating the type of Rose I want is picking when there is enough intensity of flavor, high natural acidity and not too much sugar. The grapes were handpicked on September 1st and delivered to the winery where they were loaded into the press. After pressing the wine was cold soaked for a few days before starting the fermentation. A long cool ferment ensued helping preserve the delicate aromas and flavors of the wine. The wine was filtered prior to bottling. 100% Barbera this is truly an expression of what a single varietal Rose can taste like from Coyote Canyon Vineyards. I hope you enjoy drinking this as much I enjoyed making it. Blend Composition: 100% Barbera; Alcohol by Volume: 13.8%; Residual Sugar: 7g/l; Cases Produced: 180.
Hh Estate Reserve Wines
2010 Michael Andrews Red Reserve
Tasting Notes: This Spanish Rioja style blend consists of Tempranillo, and Graciano. A very jammy blend and probably my favorite as I love both wines as a individual varietals; the Tempranillo for its earthiness and the Graciano for its full body and well rounded palate. The blend of the two just totally makes it. A deep ruby color with a nose filled with black fruit, earthy minerals and sweet spice. This is a full bodied rounded blend with rich layers of caramel and fudge that is smooth but complex with a lingering finish of toffee and tobacco. A very food friendly wine that also pairs great with marinated beef and beef stews, or try rich chocolate desserts. Winemakers Notes: The grapes were handpicked at perfect ripeness and full of flavor then sorted and crushed. Fermentation took place in small 1 ton bins and the wines were fermented to dryness. The Graciano extracted its color beautifully in the very early stages of fermentation and showed great promise; full bodied, great mid palate but without the tannin structure that a Cabernet Sauvignon would have. The wine was aged 17 months in small French oak barrels. Blend composition: 56% Tempranillo, 43% Graciano; Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%; Cases Produced: 432.
2011 Big John Cab Reserve
Tasting Notes: Amazing aromas of pepper and earth tones mix with mild red berries. The aromas open up and tend toward earthy and meaty components with milder fruit and oak. The flavor profile mirrors the aromas, at first a nice bright bing cherry tastes comes through only to be coated with crushed pepper and oak notes. The finish shows some leather notes a nice bit of tannin. True to the site and the Horse Heaven Hills the tannins have a unique dusty quality to them that adds complexity to the wine. Winemakers Notes: Cabernet Sauvignon from the Horse Heaven Hills is one of the most sought after wines from Washington State right now and we are proud of how our wines stack up to the competition. 2011 was a slightly cool growing vintage for Washington and the wines reflect that in their profiles. A little more refined than our hot vintages these wines should age very well. Blend Composition: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon; Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%.
2011 H/H Buck Syrah Reserve
Tasting Notes: A big Rhone style blend of Syrah, Mourvedre and Grenache with a deep garnet color and great varietal expression. This wine displays aromas and flavors of dark licorice, ripe black currant and blackberries. Supple tannins but a smooth texture create a full palate experience with a lingering finish of black currant, spice and dried cocoa. This wine will pair well with marinated lamb or grilled red meats. Winemakers Notes: The grapes were hand picked at perfect ripeness and full of flavor then sorted and crushed. Fermentation took place in small 1 ton bins and the wines were fermented to dryness using 3 different yeast strains from the Rhone Valley. The wine was aged for 18 months in small French oak and American barrels. Oak Blend: 85% French Oak and 15% American Oak. Blend Composition: 60% of our Syrah block that was planted in 2004 and 40% of our 2001 Syrah block; Wine blend: 90% Syrah, 2.5% Grenache, 5% Mourvedre, 2.5% 2010 vintage; Alcohol by Volume: 14.1%; Cases Produced: 165.
2012 Bozak Red Reserve
Tasting Notes: Perfume notes of sage and pepper mix with red fruit aromas when you first smell this wine. The wine needs a little decanting to fully open up and release some of its more savory notes. Rich raspberry and dried cherry combined with an oak aroma are noticeable. The flavors are a combination of dark chocolate and earth and the finish is long and lingering. Tannins and acidity combine to make a rich, complex wine. Winemakers Notes: One of my favorite wines to blend is the HH Bozak Red. This wine is a Bordeaux style red blend using Cabernet Sauvignon as the base. The Cabernet grape has nice tannin and usually a good long finish. I blended in Malbec to add color and an earthy perfume aroma. Mourvedre adds acidity and a pepper component that compliments the earthy quality of the Cabernet. Petit Verdot added mouth feel to the wine and bumped up the intensity. This wine was in 35% new French Oak barrels for 22 months and is a wine made to age. Blend Composition: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Mourvedre, 20% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot; Alcohol by Volume: 14.3%; Cases Produced: 150.
2012 H/H Buck Syrah Reserve
Tasting Notes: This is a Washington Syrah with aromas that jump out of the bottle. Big fruit aromas mix with toasty barrel notes making for a pleasing smell. The flavors are like cherry jam, it is big and mouth filling, this is not a little wine. The finish is like velvet, silky and smooth. The slight woody notes help this wine pair well with barbecue foods. Winemakers Notes: The Buck is named after one of the bulls that use to roam the Coyote Canyon Vineyad before it was a vineyard. The blend is 100% Syrah and picked from all French oak barrels. I find that Syrah can be a tricky wine to make and can change directions pretty quickly. I enjoy the finish of this wine and think that Syrah can be a great addition to some of our other blends because of its great color, fruit forwardness and silky finish. It has a lot of the components I enjoy finding in Syrah and I hope that you agree. Blend Composition: 100% Syrah; Alcohol by Volume: 14.6%; Bottling: June 30, 2014; Cases Produced: 140.
2012 Gw Smith Malbec Reserve
Tasting Notes: Think black cherries coated with oak dusting as you smell this wine. After a few minutes the wine begins to open up and the fruit becomes stronger while some interesting leather notes come around. The flavor starts out big and bold but rounds into a medium bodied wine with lots of texture. The tannins are subtle and add complexity to the wine. Winemakers Notes: Malbec has always been one of my favorite wines to make, the unique color and flavors always seem to stand out. The 2012 vintage was a little cooler and I think that makes this vintage a little leaner than some years but still rich and unique. A little Syrah was added to the blend to smooth it out some but Malbec is definitely the star here. Blend Composition: 98% Malbec, 2% Syrah; Alcohol by Volume: 14.4%; Cases Produced: 144.
2012 Robert Andrews Mourvedre Reserve
Tasting Notes: Pepper and spice isn't this nice. Notes of chocolate and dark berries mix with a dusty oak aroma. Rich flavors of blueberry and violet give way to a silky smooth finish. The Syrah adds cherry notes and a velvet texture to the wine while the Mourvedre shines through with its spice and bold flavors. Winemakers Notes: This wine was made by John Gabriel and blended by Justin Michaud. When putting the blend together it didn't seem like the Mourvedre would need much to complement it but once a few mock blends were put together it became clear that the Syrah helped round out the wine. The vineyard block of this Mourvedre has a nice fruit component and is a little softer than some of the other Mourvedre's in Washington. The characteristic black pepper is there but in a suttle way. Blend composition: 75% Mourvedre, 25% Syrah; Alcohol by volume: 14.9%; Cases produced: 96.
NV Pour It Charlie
Tasting Notes: Chocolate, blackberry and oak mix together to reveal an intoxicating aroma. Some mild alcohol notes come through giving a nice spice to the smell as well. The legs are thick on this port giving a sense of a full rich drink. The initial flavors sweet dark cherries, wood and a little baked pie component. Winemakers Notes: The flavors keep going and a long finish make this ready for consumption. Should age nicely for a decade. 2013 was a hot season which was great for our Port wine. We were looking for intense flavors and high sugar content and 2013 didn't disappoint. This was one of the last things we picked in 2013 and both the Syrah and Graciano were around 27 brix. I ended up blending some Port from 2011 (the Mourvedre portion) and 2013 together to make the final blend. The 2011 portion had more oak complexity and when mixed with the 2013 which had more of a fruity nose the blend just seemed to work. Blend composition: 50% Mourvedre, 38% Syrah, 12% Graciano; Alcohol by volume: 17%; Residual Sugar: 3.5g/l; Cases produced: 60.
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Lot #1 LOL Red Wine
Tasting Notes: Previously sold as Downtown Red. This wine is very interesting; It hits you with a combination of fruit, oak and leather on the nose. Additional aromas are dried red fruits with a spicy quality and a smokey note coming from the Syrah. The flavors mimic the smells of dried cherry and currant. The wine is light bodied with complex layers of fruit. Less tannin and more acid make this a refreshing red with balance and a nice finish. Pair this with a big juicy pepper jack hamburger and onion rings. Winemakers Notes: This is a new wine and the first edition of our new LOL red. A very interesting blend of different varietals and vintages. The main component of the blend is the Mourvedre from the 2011 vintage. This lot had some extended aging in barrel, it was a little lighter in color and intensity so I needed to find a way to make it stand out. After blending some of my reserve wines and figuring out a plan for the rest of the Coyote Canyon wines, I went to work on this blend. Part art and part math put me on a track to try a multitude of blend combinations. I wanted to make a wine that was easy drinking and fruit forward but also wanted to showcase the extended barrel age complexity of the Mourvedre. Blend Composition: 47% Mourvedre, 22% Sangiovese, 9% Syrah, 6% Graciano, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet Franc, 3% Merlot, 3% Malbec, 3% Cinsault, 1% Viognier; Alcohol by Volume: 13.9%; Bottling Date: March 9, 2016; Cases Produced: 800.
2015 LOL White
Tasting Notes: Previously sold as Downtown White. Sweet tropical fruit aromas like pineapple, starfruit, and guava mixed with mild citrus make this a fun wine to smell. The flavors are a combination of apple and persimmon. The wine has a little residual sugar that adds body to the wine and a nice sweetness up front. The finish lingers while a touch of acidity helps to cleanse the palette. Pair this with a spinach & mandarin orange salad with a poppy seed dressing. Winemakers Notes: This is a new blend for Coyote Canyon and it is made from a combination of the white grapes we have been making over the years. Albarino is the base of this wine and the dominate contributor to both the aromatics and flavor profile of the wine. The sweet tropical notes come from the Albarino. The Viognier portion adds a little more body to the wine and a mild floral component. The Roussanne adds some minerality and complexity to the finish. Grape Varietals: Albarino, Viognier, Roussanne; Alcohol by Volume: 14.5%; Residual Sugar: 0.7%; Bottling Date: March 8, 2016; Cases Produced: 250.
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2012 Graciano Reserve
Tasting Notes: Our first Artist Series wine kicks off our Graciano varietal. Spicy currents and mocha mixed with rich oak aromas introduce a savory flavor with mouth watering taste. Aged in French oak barrels for 22 months, the wine showcases the depth and complexity of the Coyote Canyon Vineyard. Limited production. Pairs well with grilled red meats. We are pleased to share our interpretation of the Graciano grape from the Coyote Canyon Vineyard. Enjoy! Winemakers Notes: Blend Composition: 100% Graciano; Alcohol by Volume: 14.4%; Barrel Aged: 22 months.
2014 Petit Verdot Reserve
Tasting Notes: Bing cherries, plums, oak and spice mingle together for an exotic aromatic profile. The wine starts off with rich fruit flavors but has a tart cranberry flavor that cuts through the finish. Barrel notes of tar and dark chocolate combine with a toasty touch. The wine needs to be decanted or aged a few more years before it shows its true potential. Winemakers Notes: This is our second vintage of Artist Series Petite Verdot and looks like it has found a home in our lineup. Marti inspired the first bottling and we continue to showcase her art work on the label. Petite Verdot is a great blending wine but certainly deserves to be showcased on its own. I feel like this wine will age gracefully for the next few years and should be cellar worthy for at least 10. We only made 2 barrels of this wine which created 45 cases. The grapes for this wine were handpicked. After receiving them at the winery I destemmed them into 1-ton fermenting vessels. The fermentation took about 12 days and the wine was left on its skins a week after that. The wine was then pressed and aged in French oak barrels. After 22 months of maturation in oak barrels the wine was filtered and bottled; Blend Composition: 100% Petite Verdot; Alcohol by Volume: 14.8%.
To Be Released
2012 Michael Andrews Red Reserve
Tasting Notes: This Spanish Rioja style blend consists of Tempranillo, and Graciano. A very jammy blend and probably my favorite as I love both wines as a individual varietals; the Tempranillo for its earthiness and the Graciano for its full body and well rounded palate. The blend of the two just totally makes it. A deep ruby color with a nose filled with black fruit, earthy minerals and sweet spice. This is a full bodied rounded blend with rich layers of caramel and fudge that is smooth but complex with a lingering finish of toffee and tobacco. A very food friendly wine that also pairs great with marinated beef and beef stews, or try rich chocolate desserts. Winemakers Notes: The grapes were handpicked at perfect ripeness and full of flavor then sorted and crushed. Fermentation took place in small 1 ton bins and the wines were fermented to dryness. The Graciano extracted its color beautifully in the very early stages of fermentation and showed great promise; full bodied, great mid palate but without the tannin structure that a Cabernet Sauvignon would have. The wine was aged 17 months in small French oak barrels. Blend composition: 56% Tempranillo, 43% Graciano; Alcohol by Volume: 14.9%.
2013 Michael Andrews Red Reserve
Tasting Notes: This is an exciting Spanish style blend combining the bright fruit and acidity of Tempernillo with the dense richness of Graciano. This wine is elegant, rich, smooth, and has depth and character. Some nice earth notes along with tobacco and chocolate are noticeable. The fruit flavors are dried fig and cherry notes with a slight leather component. The finish is rich and long, the acidity from the Tempernillo adds a nice edge while the Graciano portion adds weight to the wine. Pairs nicely with lamb chops. Winemakers Notes: This is a wine named after our owner so it is always a wine I want to make special. 2013 was a nice hot year and the Graciano really stood out to me when I was evaluating the different wines. In the past Tempernillo was the base for this wine but in my opinion the Graciano seemed to add more seriousness and depth to the wine. Using the Graciano as a base I believe will make this wine more age worthy. This is certainly a wine that has the ability to age but to be honest I was quite impressed with how smooth and rich the wine is already drinking. Blend composition: 75% Graciano, 25% Tempernillo; Alcohol by Volume: 14.9%; Cases Produced: 90.
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Fall Wine Club Selections
We have some wonderful new releases: Only available to Wine Club Members at this time. Wine Club charges will begin Sept 27th. Members who have opted to have wine shipped: It will be shipped the week of October 9th. Wine not picked up by 31 October will be shipped the first week of November.
Coyote 6 Red: 2 Bottles Each
2013 Artist Series Petit Verdot
2013 Tres Cruces
Coyote 6 Mixed: 2 Bottles Each
2013 Artist Series Petit Verdot
2013 Tres Cruces
Coyote 6 White: 3 Bottles Each
Wine Club charges will begin Sept 27th.
Industry Only Party
Date & time: Thu, Jan 25, 04:00 PM, PST - 07:00 PM PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Tasting Room, Vintner's Village - Winemaker's Loft 357 Port Ave, Studio A, Prosser, WA 99350. We want to show our appreciation to all of the owners and tasting room staff whom so graciously recommend and support Coyote Canyon Winery. Mike and Justin will be pouring special wines and food pairing by Nana Kate will be provided.
Wine Blending Class with Justin Michaud
Date & time: Sat, Feb 10, 10:00 AM, PST - 01:30 PM PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room - 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser, Washington 99350. Join us for an educational afternoon as you learn the art of wine blending. Sit and have lunch with our head winemaker, Justin Michaud, and listen as he instructs you on the important details of blending. Then, try it our for yourself. Create your own specials blend and take it home with you. Saturday, January 28th @ 11:30am - 2:00pm. Lunch will be provided.
Red Wine & Chocolate
Date & time: Sat, Feb 17, 11:00 AM, PST - until Sun, Feb 18 - 05:00 PM PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room - 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser, Washington 99350. Continue your Valentine's celebration and join us for our annual Red Wine & Chocolate event. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon filled with delicious chocolates, wine samplings and wonderful cheeses. Food Pairings will be provided by Nana Kate. Special pricing will be offered for wonderfully romantic Coyote Canyon Sweet Louise & El Chispear sparkling Albarino.
Spring Wine Club Release
Date & time: Sat, Mar 03. Location: Coyote Canyon Tasting Room, Vintner's Village - Winemaker's Loft 357 Port Ave, Studio A, Prosser, WA 99350. Please watch for more information regarding your Spring Wine Club shipment. You may choose your Wine Club options or update your membership below. http://coyotecanyonwinery.com/club/.
Prosser Wine Club Pickup Party
Date & time: Sat, Mar 10, 01:00 PM PST - 04:00 PM PST. Location: coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room, Vintners Village, 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser WA 99350. Time again to celebrate and thank our many Wine Club members. Join us for special tastings and friendly faces. Pick up your Spring Wine Club order and relax with us. Wonderful food pairings and specially priced wines all event long. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Pre Barrel & Food Truck Rally
Date & time: Sat, Apr 21, 11:00 AM PST - 05:00 PM PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room, Vintners Village, 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser WA 99350. Come join us and all of the Winemaker's Loft wineries for a fantastic Food Truck Saturday. Food, Live Music and lots Fun!! Pacific NW Food Trucks featuring a variety of unique epicurean delights. Live Music, all day. Musical guests tbd. This food truck rally is the first of its kind to be held in Prosser, WA. Commonly referred to as "The Birthplace of Washington Wine", Prosser is a charming agricultural town located in southeastern WA state. The event will be held at Winemakers Loft in Vintners Village. A beautiful Tuscan style building wrapped with a stone wall courtyard that houses three estate wineries. What could be a better match than groovy music, freshly prepared food and award winning wine?! We anticipate warm weather and blue sunny skies, so remember to bring your sunglasses and your appetite.$15 entry fee.Wine Club discounts only valid at club winery. More information to come about times, charity organization and more. Keep watching!!
Spring Barrel Tasting Weekend
Date & time: Sat, Apr 28, 11:00 AM PST - until Sun, Apr 29 - 05:00 PM PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room, Vintners Village, 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser WA 99350. Mark you calendar!! Our Annual Spring Barrel Tasting Weekend Event is here!! One of our biggest and most favorite events of the year!! Fantastic food, great live music, amazing wine and so much fun! $5 event fee (Wine Club members are free) Bring your own glass. Live music. Musical guest tbd. We are excited for sunshine, fantastic new wines, great sales on favorites and much fun to be had by all.
Mother's Day at the Tasting Room
Date & time: Sat, May 12, 11:00 AM PST - 05:00 PM; PST. Location: Coyote Canyon Winery, in the Winemaker's Loft. Come treat your Mom this Mother's Day to a day filled with wine and treats. Treat the special mothers in your life to a wonderful and relaxing afternoon here at the Tasting Room. Flowers and sweet treats will be given to all mothers. We will be having a Mother's Day Special on Sweet Louise and Life is a Rose. We also have lots of new merchandise in our gift shop so you can find that perfect gift for Mother's Day. Free wine tastings for all mothers! Food Pairinging and special prices on wines all day long. Sunday, May 12, 2018; 11am - 5pm.
Thanksgiving in Wine Country
Date & time: Fri, Nov 23, 11:00 AM; PST - until Sun, Nov 25 - 05:00 PM PST. Location: coyote Canyon Winery Tasting Room, Vintners Village, 357 Port Avenue Studio A, Prosser WA 99350. Escape the shopping crowds and visit us for our annual Thanksgiving in Wine Country celebration. Get all of your holiday shopping done for your wine loving family and friends as well. New release wines available for sale. Holiday Entertaining Showcase including: Recommendations for matching our wines to your holiday party menus. 5 food & wine pairings available to give you ideas for your holiday entertaining. 11am - 5pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday $5 per tasting and pairings. We cannot wait to see you there. Nana Kate's recipes available with wine purchase.
Elma Winter Wine Festival
Date & time: Sat, Jan 20, 04:03 AM PST - 09:00 PM PST. Location: Grays Harbor County Fairground & Event Center Join Justin Michaud at the Elma Wine Wine Festival. Over 20 Washington wineries, a silent auction, live entertainment and much more. http://elmachamber.org/event/elma-winter-wine-festival/.
Poverty Bay Wine Festival
Date & time: Fri, Mar 02 until Sat, Mar 03. Location: Des Moines Beach Park Auditorium, 22030 Cliff Avenue South, Des Moines, WA 98198. Coyote Canyon Winery invites you to join us at the Annual Poverty Bay Wine Festival. The wine tastings will be flowing and bottles of your favorites will be available at special Poverty Bay Wine Festival prices. Mike & Marti will be available for Wine Club pick up from 1pm - 4pm. Contact the tasting room to make arrangements. This event is located about 4.0 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2470517.
Date & time: Fri, Mar 23, until Sun, Mar 25. Come join Coyote Canyon Winery for the 21th Anniversary of Taste Washington. Justin will be there on Saturday and Mike & Marti on Sunday. http://tastewashington.org.
28th Annual Capital Food & Wine Festival
Date & time: Sat, Mar 24, 04:03 AM PST - 09:00 PM PST. Location: St. Martin's University Marcus Pavilion, 5300 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503. Come join Mike & Marti as they pour specially selected Coyote Canyon & HH Estates wines for all to share. Enjoy more than 100 varietal and blended wines from over 40 Washington State wineries, 40+ beers on tap and food favorites from local restaurants. Wine Club pick up available at this event from 1pm - 5pm. Please call or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. For ticket purchase and information on parking, pricing and event tips, please see link below. http://capitalfoodandwinefestival.com.
12th Annual Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive
Date & time: Sat, Jul 21. Location: Horse Heaven Hills AVA / Crowe Butte State Park. Meet the Growers and Vintners Behind Some of Washington's Most Storied and Highly Rated Wines. Saturday July 21, 2018. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. BBQ 5 p.m to 7 p.m. Alderdale to Paterson~~30 miles south of Prosser.Each Trail ticket includes a logo glass and wine tastings at all stops. Please allow four to five hours to complete the wine trail. We also suggest bringing an ice chest to keep wine purchases cool as well as plenty of water. Complete information will be sent shortly after registration. Tickets, map and logo glass are picked up the day of the Trail Drive at the start of your selected tour. Kids under 10 may eat for free at the BBQ. Limited tickets at the park...Cash Only. Designated Drivers Encouraged. Camping sites fill up fast at Crow Butte Park reserve yours early.
The Great Prosser Balloon Rally
Date & time: Fri, Sep 28, until Sun, Sep 30. Location: 111 Nunn Road, Prosser WA 99350. Hot Air Balloons take to the sky at The Great Prosser Balloon Rally. The balloons are scheduled to launch at sunrise from the Prosser Washington Airport on September 28 - 30, 2018. (weather permitting). Come and join us for a weekend full of family activities. The weekend activities in Prosser include: Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Launches, Night Glow, Harvest Festival, Farmers Market, and the Caren Mercer-Andreason Street Painting Festival. Pets are not allowed on the airport field or in Art Fiker Stadium for the Night Glow Show. http://www.tourprosser.com/balloonrally/54-balloon-rally/403-the-great-prosser-balloon-rally.
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We feature our award winning Coyote Canyon wines and 100% estate, Horse Heaven Hills AVA wines and our expert staff will provide an informative and relaxing tasting experience. At Coyote Canyon we pride ourselves on delivering superior award winning Northwest wines that will exceed your every expectation.