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Wine Advocate Reviews: 2008 Wines Get Scores from Parker of 96 and 95

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Reynvaan Family Vineyards received an extraordinary score of 96  points for our 2008 The Unnamed Syrah, while The Contender and In The Rocks each received scores of 95  from Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate!!

The 2008 Unnamed Syrah is blended with 10% Viognier and displays Cote-Rotie like scents, an elegant personality, refined tannins, and impeccable balance. This already complex effort should drink well for at least a decade. All of the Syrahs spent 18 months in barrel with approximately 15% (or less) new oak.

The 2008 In the Rocks with 6% Viognier and 2% Marsanne, gives up alluring notes of roasted meat, bacon, pepper, lavender, and blueberry. Beautifully proportioned, precise and lengthy, this pleasure-bent offering will evolve for 2-3 years and drink well through 2023. All of the Syrahs spent 18 months in barrel with approximately 15% (or less) new oak.

The 2008 The Contender with 4% Viognier and 4% Marsanne, displays the most finesse. Elegant, refined, succulent and impossible to resist, it, too, should evolve gracefully and drink well through 2023. All of the Syrahs spent 18 months in barrel with approximately 15% (or less) new oak.

Wine Spectator Review 2011

Check out the recent review in Wine Spectator Insider Vol 7 2011

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Washington Wine Report – Finalists for 2010 Reader Survey Wine of the Year and 2011 Wine to Watch

Reynvaan In The Rocks 08 has been nominated as a finalist for the 2010 Reader Survey Wine of the Year and Reynvaan Stonesscense 09 is a finalist for 2011 Wine to Watch.

Go to www.wawinereport.com and vote for both Reynvaan wines!

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Voting ends Thursday 12/16 9pm!


NEW Futures Order Form available

The new order form for the 2009 Futures is available. Go to the Order Form Section of the website for more information.

Harvest 2010

Open for 2010 Holiday Barrel Tasting

Open this Friday December 3rd, Saturday December 4th and Sunday December 5th – 11am-4pm.

Wine Advocate Reviews: 2007 Wines Get Scores from Parker of 93, 93+ and 94

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2007 Reynvaan Queen’s Road White – Score: 93

Review by Jay Miller

The 2007 Queen’s Road White is a blend of 65% Marsanne and 35% Roussanne sourced from their In the Rocks Vineyard. Light gold-colored, it displays an alluring bouquet of melon, bee’s wax, poached pear, and tropical aromas. Round, smooth-textured and vibrant on the palate, it reveals nectarine, citrus, and spice notes balanced by vibrant acidity. This lengthy effort is a perfect match for stone crab claws and Maine lobster.

Reynvaan Family Vineyards’ first vintage was 2007. All of the fruit is from their Walla Walla estate vineyards, planted by them from scratch. The principal reason for the current and future success of the venture is that their viticultural and wine consultant is Christophe Baron of Cayuse. This is the only other winery that Baron works with, and that says all you need to know.

2007 Reynvaan The Contender Syrah: Score 93+

Review by Jay Miller

The 2007 The Contender Syrah is also from the In The Rocks Vineyard. It was co-fermented with Marsanne and aged in French oak for 18 months. It is a more terroir-driven effort with greater minerality and structure, and darker fruit. It merits 5-7 years of cellaring and will offer a drinking window extending from 2015 to 2027.

Reynvaan Family Vineyards’ first vintage was 2007. All of the fruit is from their Walla Walla estate vineyards, planted by them from scratch. The principal reason for the current and future success of the venture is that their viticultural and wine consultant is Christophe Baron of Cayuse. This is the only other winery that Baron works with, and that says all you need to know.

2007 Reynvaan In The Rocks Syrah:  Score 94

Review by Jay Miller

The 2007 In The Rocks Syrah was co-fermented with Viognier. Medium purple-colored, it offers up a sexy perfume of bacon, game, Asian spices, incense, lavender, blueberry, and plum. Dense, rich, and full on the palate, it has the structure to evolve for several years, but a succulent fleshiness makes it approachable now.

Reynvaan Family Vineyards’ first vintage was 2007. All of the fruit is from their Walla Walla estate vineyards, planted by them from scratch. The principal reason for the current and future success of the venture is that their viticultural and wine consultant is Christophe Baron of Cayuse. This is the only other winery that Baron works with, and that says all you need to know.

November Release

November Release is on November 5th, 6th & 7th.

Children’s Hospital Auction Lunch – Vintage Walla Walla