Wines

We are passionate about wine.

  • 2006 thru 2015 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence
  • 2011 thru 2013 Washington Wine Commission Grand Award
  • 2009 thru 2010 Washington Wine Commission Award of Distinction

We evaluate hundreds of possibilities each year, and select only wines that are delicious in their own right and harmonious companions to our food.

We are committed to delivering value. We make a special effort to offer many wines that all of us can afford for everyday drinking. The foundation of our list is a rotation of outstanding house wines begin at $7 a glass. All of our wines by the glass are generous 6-oz pours.

On Tuesday evenings, join us for our Bottles Up Wine Night — where we offer 25 wines at $25/bottle. You may also choose to enjoy a 25% discount on any bottle in our collection.


Wine Menu

February 2017
♥ = organically grown

Sparkling

  • Treveri Brut Blanc de Blancs Columbia Valley NV (Washington) — > 9 | 36
    nicely textured, with delicate melon and pear flavors; 100% Chardonnay
  • Dopff & Irion Brut Rosé Crémant d’Alsace NV (France) — >  10 | 40
    red berries, roses, mica; 100% Pinot Noir
  • Pierre Paillard Brut Champagne Grand Cry NV (Italy) — >  18 | 72
    Asian Pear, coriander, wildflowers; 60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay
  • ♥Canevel Prosecco Valdobbiadene “Extra Dry” NV – (Italy) — >  9 | 36
    orange blossom, white peach, alyssum; 100% Glera

Chardonnay

  • Woodword Canyon Chardonnay Columbia Gorge Celilo Vineyard 2012 (Washington) — >18 | 72
    red Anjou pear, cardamom-vanilla custard
  • Foxglove Chardonnay Central Coast 2012 > 2013 (California) — >  9 | 36
    beautifully balanced, with melons, lemon, and flowers
  • ♥DEux Montille Montagny Cru “Les Coeres” 2012(France) — >  66
    lemon, white clover sea pebbles
  • Big Table Farm Chardonnay Willamette Valley 2014 (Oregon) — >  75
    Meyer lemon, apricot, vanilla bean

West Coast Whites

  • Savage Grace Riesling Columbia Gorge 2014 (Washington) — >  11 | 44
    tangerine, lime, freshly grated ginger
  • Buty Columbia Valley 2014 (Washington) — > 12 | 48
    spring flowers, honeyed citrus; 60% Sémillon, 22% Sauvignon Blanc, 18% Muscadelle
  • Reynvaan Grenache Blanc Walla Walla Valley 2013 (Washington)— >50
    apple blossom, golden apple, poached pear
  • Dowsett Gewürztraminer Columbia Gorge Celilo  2012 (Washington) — >  44
    delicate floral aromas, apricot skin, dusty minerality that accelerates through the gorgeous finish

International Whites

  • Jacky Preys et Fils Touraine “Cuvee de Fie Gris” 2015 (France)— >12|48
    white flowers, honey-washed lemon, tarragon; 100% Fie Gris
  • Ottella Lugana 2015 (Italy) — >  9 | 36
    grapefruit, yellow peach, summer flowers; 100% Turbiano
  • Paul et Jean-Marc Pastou Sancerre “La Cote de Sury” 2015 (France) — >50
    lemon blossom, key lime, pink grapefruit; 100% Sauvignon Blanc
  • Quinta Essentia Chenin Blanc Stellenbosch 2015 (South Africa) — >  64
    golden apple, lemon juice, pineapple;world class Chenin Blanc from Carl Van Der Merwe and the Betz team

Rosé

  • ♥Analemma Columbia Gorge Atavus Vineyard 2015 (Washington)— >14|56
    heirloom roses, Rainer cherry, tangerine; 100% Pinot Noir
  •  Domaine de la Mordoree Tavel “La Dame Rousse” 2015 (France)— >14|56
    candied cherry, red berries, Valencia orange; 60% Grenache, 20% Cinsault, 20% Syrah

Cellar Selections

Here is a rotating selection of three outstanding wines from our cellar that are drinking at their peak, with special pricing.

  • Antica Terra Chardonnay Willamette Valley “Aurata” 2012— > 95
    Maggie Harrison’s delicious, biodynamically grown Chardonnay
  • No Girls Grenache Walla Walla Valley La Paciencia Vineyard 2011— > 140
  • beautifully crafted by Cayuse’s Elizabeth Bourcier
  • Turley Zinfandel Paso Robles Ueberroth Vineyard 2013 — >80
    spectacular Zinfandel, showing raspberry, roses, and crushed rock; built with fruit from
    vines planted in 1885 … you do the math

Pinot Noir

  • Three Otters Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2014 (Oregon) — >  11| 44
    ripe blackberry, crushed strawberry, loamy earth
  • Syncline Pinot Noir Columbia Gorge Celilo Vineyard 2013 (Washington) — >  58
    delicate raspberry and cherry, with subtle earth tones
  • Cameron Pinot Noir Dundee Hills “Arley’s Leap” 2013 (Oregon)— >74
    morello cherry, freshly cut flowers
  • Patricia Green Pinot Noir Dundee Hills Madrone Block 2013 (Oregon) — >   62
    cherry, pomegranate, blood orange

West Coast Reds

  • Cadaretta Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley 2012 (Washington)  — > 14 | 56
    black cherry, currants, powdered chocolate; 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Petit Verdot, 5% Merlot
  • Dowsett Columbia Valley “Two Magpies” 2014 (Washington) — >10|40
    dark berries, purple flowers, volcanic earth; 53% Mourvèdre, 47% Syrah
  • College Cellars Merlot Walla Walla Valley Clarke Vineyard 2014 (Washington) — > 9 | 36
    blueberry compte, sarsaparilla vanilla float;
  • Sparkman Columbia Valley “Wilderness” 2013 (Washington) — > 44
    black currant, high-bush blueberry, willow; 58% Syrah, 18% Grenache, 14% Petite Sirah, 4% Touriga Nacional, 3% Tinta Madeira, 3% Tinta Cão
  • Andrew Will Red Mountain Ciel du Cheval Vineyard 2010 (Washington) — > 82
    Marionberry and black cherry, with loamy earth and a trace of iron; 52% Merlot, 48% Cabernet Franc
  • Leah Jorgensen Oregon “Tour Rain” 2015 (Washington) — > 10 | 40
    currants, roasted herbs, red flowers … very Loire; 60% Cabernet Franc, 40% Gamay
  • COR Horse Heaven Hills “Momentum” 2013 (Washington) — > 40
    dark fruits, currant leaf, floral notes; 32% Cabernet Franc, 27% Petit Verdot, 22% Merlot, 19% Malbec
  • Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley “CVR” 2013 (Washington) — > 76
    black cherry, cedar, stone; 73% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Merlot, 13% other Bordeaux varietals
  • Savage Grace Cabernet Franc Rattlesnake Hills  2014 (Washington) — > 48
    red currant, wild strawberry, rhubarb; closer to the Loire than any other Washington effort
  • Upchurch Cabernet Sauvignon Red Mountain 2013 (Washington) — > 95
    black currant, crème de cassis, blueberry tea; 91% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot
  • Walter Dacon Syrah Yakima Valley Boushey Vineyards “Appanage” 2010 (Washington) — > 74
    proceeds from a pure Marionberry core, with mocha inflections and a whisp of smoke
  • Seghesio Zinfandel Sonoma County 2013 (California) — > 46
    big, brash blackberry flavors conjure a late summer’s afternoon in the berry patch
  • Orin Swift California “Machete” 2014 (California) — >72
    black cherry, huckleberry, caramel creams; a blend of Petit Sirah, Syrah, and Grenache

International Reds

  • Domaine Gardiés Côtes du Roussillon  “Les Millères” 2013 (France)— >9|36
    dark cherries, ferns, wildflowers; 40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, 15% Carignan, 5% Mourvèdre
  • Celler Cal Pla Priorat “Black Slate Porrera” 2013 (Spain)— >10|40
    black raspberry, red and purple flowers, fractured rock; 60% Grenache, 40% Carignan
  • Capataz Malbec Mendoza 2012 (Argentina)— >74
    blockbuster Malbec; gushes blueberry and dark plum, with flecks of bittersweet chocolate
  • Department 66 Côtes Catalanes “D66” 2013 (France)— >64
    black raspberry, Tahitian vanilla crème; 75% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 10% Carignan
  • Saint Jean du Barroux Ventoux “L’Argile” 2013 (France)— >52
    Mediterranean spices, ripe berries, ; 75% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 5% Carignan, 5% Cinsault
  • Ca’ del Baio Barbaresco “Asili” 2010 (Italy)— >88
    mint, licorice, cherries; 100% Nebbiolo
  • Castiglion del Bosco Brunello di Montalcino 2010 (Italy)— >74
    fresh and dried cherries, pomegranate, cinnamon; 100% Sangiovese
  • Lucchetti Lacrima di Morro d’Alba “Mariasole” 2012 (Italy)— >56
    blackberry-lavender jam, wood violet, moss
  •  Montepeloso Toscana “A Quo” 2012 (Italy)— >40
    ripe berries, peat, minerals; beautifully integrated acidity brings the wine alive; 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Montepulciano, 20% Sangiovese, Marselan + Alicante Bouschet

If  this list is inadequate for your needs, we do have an extensive Reserve Wine List of spectacular wines, carefully selected from around the globe, available for your perusal when you visit.

For more information, please call our wine consultant, Lenny Young at 360-561-8125. Any wine experience is possible at Waterstreet.

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