Accolades for Vinfinity Reserve
2006 Northwest Wine Summit awards 2002 Vinfinity Silver Medal
Northwest Wine Summit, Summer 2006
2007 Vinfinity among top 100 Washington Wines
"The palate is loaded with red fruit flavors & grippy, chalky tannins."
Sean Sullivan, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, September 2011
2007 Vinfinity earns high marks with Rand Sealey
"...a mouth-encompassing palate that is mixed with notes of black licorice, dark chocolate, French roast & mocha."
Rand Sealey, Review of Washington Wines, June 2011
Atlanta Wine School rates 2001 Vinfinity 96 Points
"Perfect elegance, grace & power. Brava!!!"
Jane Garvey, Atlanta Wine School, September 2006
Local Walla Walla Columnist Reviews 2002 Vinfinity
"...a wonderful plushy red wine laden with millions of chocolate ribbons dripping in spice and berries – definitely a wine to watch for!"
*Judith Henderson, “Pride on the Eastern Side”
Northwest Palate Reviews 2002 Vinfinity
"...a spicy, toasty nose, a palate bursting with black cherry fruit, & a lingering, balanced finish."
Northwest Palate, May/June 2007
The Wine Advocate awards 2007 Vinfinity 93 Points
"Medium-bodied, elegant and intensely flavored, it conceals enough fine-grained tannin to merit another 5-6 years of cellaring."
Dr Jay Miller, The Wine Advocate, September 2011
Washington Wine Report Reviews 2007 Vinfinity
"Appealing aromas of mocha, cherry, & spice. The palate is tart, tight, & flavorful with firm tannins & elegant fruit flavors."
Sean Sullivan, Washington Wine Report, January 2012
Wine Enthusiast Reviews 2007 Vinfinity Reserve
"A true Bordeaux-style blend very dark in color, aroma, & flavor, with black cherry & cassis fruit dominating."
-Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast, September 2011
Wine Press Northwest Review: 2002 Vinfinity
“This blend of Cab, Merlot and Syrah offers dusty cherries and strawberry-rhubarb notes. Try with duck confit or Beef Bourguignon.”
Andy Perdue, Wine Press Northwest, Spring 2007
Wine Press Northwest Reviews 2001 Vinfinity
“Intense nose of blackberries, cassis & notes of licorice..."
Andy Perdue, Wine Press Northwest, Spring 2006