Where to purchase Moose Canyon Wines?  Come to the winery, where you can taste it first and enjoy a case discount, or we can ship it to you in almost every state.

I can’t get the link to work, but if you go to vinoshipper.com and place an order, I will be able to ship to you.  They handle all the licensing, taxes, freight costs, credit card, and all I have to do is ship the wine.  Once you order, be patient because if it’s frigid cold on, I’ll wait for a weather window to ship so the bottles don’t get super cold and pop their corks.

White: 2016 Pinot Grigio was bottled June 25 and released for sale a few weeks later.  It’s crisp and acidic, with pronounced aromas of grapefruit and apple, along with pear, peach, strawberry, cantaloupe, and (one person told me) lemon merengue pie, followed by flavors of apple, pineapple, grapefruit, rhubarb, lemon, and apricot.  Chill this wine and sit out on the deck before dinner, with brie cheese on a cracker with a dab of fig jam.  We have less than 2 cases of this wine left.

Rose: 2016 Rosé of Cabernet Franc was bottled June 25 and released for sale a few weeks later.  With just a hint of perceived sweetness, this dry rose has delicate aromas of watermelon, flowers, strawberry, apricot and cherry.  The taste follows up, adding salmonberry, other red fruit and plum.  Chill this wine and enjoy it with fruit and Gruyere cheese, followed by a light dinner of pasta, seafood, or chicken.  We have less than 7 cases of this wine.

Red: 2015 was bottled in September.  We have Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and a Meritage Blend this year.  After spending nearly two years in barrels, we are finding aromas and flavors of plum, raspberry, red fruit, spice, vanilla, pepper, dark cherry, anise, chocolate, cigar, prune, fig, leather, and raison, with nice body and smooth tannins.  These wines will improve with aging up to three years in someplace cool and dark.  Update: We are pretty much sold out of the Meritage already.

Case and club prices are extended to any quantities purchased by members of Moose Canyon wine club, PSAWBC, and American Wine Society.