We only select wines that add something to our portfolio and that bring another dimension to the wine other than it just tasting good. Whether there’s an interesting story behind the family or winery, a famous person or legend that compliments the family business, Grapevine salespeople can tell you a story about each of the wineries we represent.
We are always adding family-owned wineries or cooperatives of small family growers working together to make their wines better. Please take a look at our featured wines and all that we distribute, and if you are interested in finding a wine or joining our portfolio please contact us below!
- Tannins, even at this stage of the games, are dense and give the wine a brooding sort of nature that belies the relative youth of the vines from which it comes. This bottling is going to have a serious sense of pizzazz. The fruit is wonderfully ripe without being out of balance at all. The tannins are large-scale in some instances but, again, they are perfectly within context of the fruit intensity and acidity of the wine. This is large-scale stuff but it is in no way any sort of fruit-bomb.
- Pungent and sweaty but nevertheless inviting, this is a walk on the wild side of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. It’s full-on boxwood and passion fruit; a potent, weighty wine with a intensely feral quality.
- Apaltagua’s Pinot Noir has a brilliant ruby color and emphasizes aromas of cherries, raspberries, and soft notes of oak. It boasts smooth and elegant tannins and a sophisticated finish. The grapes come from Apaltagua’s own vineyard in Tricao in the Curico Valley. Also available in half bottle sizes.
- Clear pale yellow with with a medium light intensity. It is youthfull full of notes of citrus fruits, flowers and fresh cut grass. Light boddied and playful with a dry medium high acidity. Lovely with flavors of lemon, peach, and green apple.
- A fantastic cross section of the Willamette Valley's finest offerings, our Reserve Pinot Noir is truly a celebration of balance. The fruit profile rides the line of red and dark fruit, and can lean in either direction depending on the day. Black cherry and Howes cranberry embraced by subtle, toasted hazelnuts, and vanillin. While the tannins are firm, but rounded, there is an underlying earthy minerality which drives the mid-palate through the long finish. While delving for pure fruit flavors and juicy acidity, Argyle hangs on their phenolic hat trademark silky texture which has been enhanced through cold soaking in small lot fermenters, along with aging 16 months in French oak barriques.
- This Estate Cabernet leads with aromas of blackberry and notes of sandalwood. This fruit driven wine expresses raspberry, ripe cherries, and oak nuances in the mid palate. Always food friendly, this balanced wine is completed with a touch of cocoa, integrated tannins, and a long finish.