2017 Rainbow Red Blend: 

60% Merlot; 40% Syrah. By definition, a Red Blend is any domestic wine that does not have a specific grape varietal as the majority. The beauty of the Red Blend is that it allows the winemaker to design their own, one of a kind wine. Our Rainbow Red was made to be approachable, with plenty of fruit and little to no bite. The flavors of red current and raspberry from the Merlot mingle perfectly with the dark fruit and hints of black pepper in the Syrah. The result is a balanced blend with low acid, mild tannins, and an effortless finish. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA & Tagaris Winery, Richland, WA. Blended exclusively by the Tailing Loop Winery, Kalispell, MT.

2017 Red Med Blend: 

60% Merlot; 40% Pinot Gris. At the end of a long day, sometimes the best medicine is a big glass of red wine. Or so my sister claims. That was the inspiration behind our Red Med Blend. Created with an ultra-light body and clear fruit aromas, this blend is the pinnacle of easy-drinking. The addition of Pinot Gris adds an overtone of tropical fruit and a hint of sweetness to the bright, tart fruits of the Merlot.The finish is soft and silky, and lingers pleasantly on the palate. A glass of this blend will surely melt away the troubles of the day. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA. Blended exclusively by the Tailing Loop Winery, Kalispell, MT.

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon:

As one of the most well-recognized red varietals, the Cabernet Sauvignon has a reputation for being strong, dry, and full-bodied. The naturally high tannins and acid in this wine make it an optimal candidate for aging. True to form, our Cab Sauv has dry characteristics with a bold palate of red fruit flavors, black currant, and a hint of spice. The full-bodied nature of this wine creates a rounded mouthfeel, and the lingering finish is sure to warm you up even on the coldest Montana day. Source: Tagaris Winery, Richland, WA.

2017 syrah: 

Originating in the Rhone Valley of France, Syrah is a very dark skinned grape that produces a wine with medium to full-bodied character and a prominent tannic finish. In the Southern Rhone Valley, Syrah is often used as the base for the popular French red blend “Châteauneuf-du-Pape”. Depending upon the growing climate where the grapes are located, the style and flavor profile of the resulting wine can vary. The grapes for our Syrah were harvested from the moderate climate zone of the Columbia Valley in Washington, yielding a full, rich profile with distinct flavors of blackberry, mint, and black pepper. Source: Tagaris Winery, Richland, WA.

2017 Merlot:

As one of the most widely planted grape varietals in the Bordeaux region of France, Merlot has always had a significant role in the wine world. With a flexible nature, and characteristically soft flavors, Merlot can be found in many blends, as well as free-standing on its own. There are two common styles of Merlot found in today’s market: The first involves a late harvest, which produces a dark, inky wine with full body, high alcohol, and lush tannins. The second style utilizes an early harvest to create a medium-bodied wine with moderate acidity and fresh, red fruit flavors. Our Merlot follows the latter styling, and has tones of raspberry and strawberry that balance lightly on the center of your tongue. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA.

2018 Syrah Rosé:

The Rosé is a type of wine that is produced by incorporating the skins of red grapes during the fermentation process, but removing them before the color deepens enough to qualify it as a “red wine.” Rosés have a wide range of sweetness, from bone dry styles to the popular “blush” wines such as the White Zinfandels of California. Our Rosé was produced using Syrah grapes and falls on the dry end of the spectrum. The color is a beautiful pearly pink, and the palate is chalk full of watermelon, green apple, and floral flavors. With hardly any tannins present, this wine leaves a pleasant finish of strawberry lingering on your tongue. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA.

2018 Riesling: 

Hailing from the Rhine region of Germany originally, Riesling has become a household name among wines. The grape itself is versatile, and lends itself well to a large range of wine styles. Our Riesling contains around 1.5% residual sugar to help balance out the naturally high acidity of the wine. The mouthfeel has a viscous, almost “chewy” quality to it, and you will taste prominent flavors of nectarine, apricot, and ripe melon. There is also a slightly effervescent or bubbly quality to our Riesling, making it the perfect base for our wine cocktails. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA.

2018 Pinot Gris: 

Originally recognized in Burgundy, France, Pinot Gris is a highly adaptable grape that is most often found in one of the following two styles: a full-bodied fruity Alsatian, or an acidic lighter-bodied Italian. Ours is the former. With its thick, full texture, and strong flavors of overripe peach, mango, and pineapple, this wine is a dessert in and of itself! The acids are mild, the nose is tropical, and the finish softly fades into notes of honeysuckle. An easy-drinker, this wine is a perfect go-to year round. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA.

2017 Chardonnay:

Originally recognized in Burgundy, France, Pinot Gris is a highly adaptable grape that is most often found in one of the following two styles: a full-bodied fruity Alsatian, or an acidic lighter-bodied Italian. Ours is the former. With its thick, full texture, and strong flavors of overripe peach, mango, and pineapple, this wine is a dessert in and of itself! The acids are mild, the nose is tropical, and the finish softly fades into notes of honeysuckle. An easy-drinker, this wine is a perfect go-to year round. Source: Four Feathers Estates, Prosser, WA.