Barrister’s Award-Winning Wines
Our wines are made from grapes sourced from some of Washington’s most prestigious vineyards. The grapes are handpicked and sorted, fermented in small lots and barrel-aged in French, American and Hungarian Oak for 16 to 36 months. All production is handled on site at the Winery. Winemakers, Greg, Michael and Tyler, are involved, hands-on, throughout the process.
Barrister Winery, whose signature style is characterized by a lush, fruit forward flavor, silky mouthfeel and soft tannins, now draws world-wide attention from wine magazines and wine enthusiasts alike.
Lovely aromas of grapefruit, lime zest, mango, and pear greet you on the nose of this 100% Sauvignon Blanc. Sourced entirely from the acclaimed Klipsun vineyard on Red Mountain, this wine is refreshing, veritably dancing on the tongue with flavors of melon, tropical fruits
Rough Justice XIv, Red Blend | $23
2016 Cabernet Franc, Bacchus vineyard | $31
This complex Cabernet Franc has a fresh, floral nose with notes of minerality, toffee and candied sweetness. Velvety and round on the palate, the Cabernet Sauvignon addition really lends structure and cohesiveness to this wine. Black cherries and huckleberries come to mind with rich caramel and finely balanced oak impact. The finish is strong and complete with lingering softness.
2015 merlot, walla walla valley | $33
This Merlot has an earthy, smoky nose with dark aromas of black pepper, cloves and caramelized sugar. Taste smooth chocolate, cherries and plums with lovely acidity and bright blended fruits. The finish is concentrated – think cherry preserve with a hint of spice.
2015 Cabernet sauvignon, walla walla valley | $39
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a blend of Seven Hills and Pepper Bridge fruit with a touch of Malbec from Summit View. The wine opens up with complex aromatics of cherries, vanilla and herbs. Round on the palate with wonderful oak and fruit balance, look for fresh berries and warm spice. This wine possesses a long, rich finish of cedar, dark cherries and toasted oak.