The Pacific Crest Trail spans over 2,600 miles, trekking up the entirety of the United States west coast, and criss-crossing some of the country’s best wine growing regions. In Washington, east of the trail lie the rugged, fertile lands of Washington wine country. Under the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains, Washington vineyards produce powerful fruit at elevations of up to 3,000 feet. Pacific Crest Wine Co. seeks to capture the sense of beauty and adventure that defines the Pacific Northwest.Learn More
2015 "Centennial Trail" Chardonnay, Columbia Valley - 16.99
“The Columbia Valley, with its diverse climate and soils, grows Chardonnay grapes with profiles ranging from bright tropical to warm apple. We take pride in expressing the best that Washington has to oer, with a Chardonnay that is at once approachable and complex.”
This Chardonnay is balanced with notes of apple, cinnamon, honeycomb, and brioche that are complemented by a medium body and a long nuanced finish.
90 points, Planet Grape Wine Review, Liz Thach MWPurchase
2015 McNary Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley - 19.99
“Our Pacific Crest Cabernet Sauvignon pays tribute to the compelling beauty of its namesake. is wine showcases the pure fruit flavors of Washington-grown Cabernet Sauvignon in a style that offers depth and structure.”
Balanced notes of black currant, blackberry, mocha, and clove are complemented by a full-body, dusty tannins, and a long, tight finish on this single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon.
Gold Medal, NY International Wine Competition 2018Purchase