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We believe the collaborative relationship between growers and vintners has become a trademark of our industry.
To showcase this relationship, once a year a local grower and a local vintner that have left a mark on the history of our state and represent the finest qualities of our industry are selected to collaborate on a one-of-a-kind barrel of wine that is not available anywhere else.
This is a legacy that we hope continues for many years. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind wine. Proceeds go to further the Foundation’s mission to bring industry partners together to build upon the legacy of those who have come before and craft a thriving future for our industry.
Champoux Vineyards + Andrew Will Winery
Collaboration Series #6 Update: Champoux Vineyards presents an exquisite offering featuring 50-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon grapes harvested in 2022. This exceptional vintage is currently maturing in barrels at the esteemed Andrew Will Winery. Mark your calendars for the grand unveiling as this remarkable wine will be available for presale at the upcoming Party + Auction on February 6, 2024, with its official release slated for the fall of 2024. Don’t miss the chance to savor this extraordinary creation.
Upland Vineyards + Rotie Cellars
Series #5 Washington Wine Collaboration Series winegrapes grown by Todd Newhouse of Upland Vineyards.
Todd chose to collaborate with Rotie Cellars’ winemaker Sean Boyd.
GSM:60% Mourvedre, 25% Syrah, 15% Grenache
Only one barrel (25 cases) of this one-of-a-kind wine is being produced.
Release is scheduled for Fall of 2023
Reserve your Limited Edition Collaboration Series #5 Wine Today, click here: https://tinyurl.com/yp8hbh99
Series #4 Washington Wine Collaboration Series winegrapes were grown by Norm McKibben of Seven Hills Vineyard in Walla Walla. Norm chose to collaborate with L’Ecole No. 41’s winemaker Marty Clubb in Lowden on a 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine was designated from Seven Hills Vineyard block 9 for 100% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Only one barrel (25 cases) of this one-of-a-kind wine is being produced. Supporters of the series celebrated the release of the fourth wine in the Collaboration Series in October 2021.
Sold at our 2020 Party + Auction, Washington Wine Collaboration Series #3 winegrapes were grown by Jim and Richard Holmes of Ciel Du Cheval Vineyard in Red Mountain. Jim and Richard chose to collaborate with Cadence Winery’s winemaker Ben Smith on a 2018 Cabernet Franc. The wine was designated from Ciel Du Cheval Vineyard for 100% Cabernet Franc Clone 214.
Only one barrel (25 cases) of this one-of-a-kind wine was produced and it sold out. Supporters of the series celebrated the release of the third wine in the Collaboration Series virtually with a guided tasting and Q&A by Richard Holmes and Ben Smith.
Sold at our 2019 Party + Auction, Washington Wine Collaboration Series #2 winegrapes were grown by Mike Sauer of Red Willow Vineyard. Mike chose to collaborate with Delille Cellars’ winemaker Jason Gorski on a 2017 Red Blend. The wine was designated from Red Willow Vineyard blocks planted in 1989 in the Yakima Valley for 54% Cabernet Franc, 33% Merlot, and 13% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Only one barrel (25 cases) of this one-of-a-kind wine was produced and it sold out. Supporters of the series celebrated the release of the second wine in the Collaboration Series at Red Willow Vinyeard in the fall of 2019.
Sold at our 2018 Party + Auction, Washington Wine Collaboration Series #1 winegrapes were grown by Kent Waliser of Dionysus Vineyard. Kent chose to collaborate with Sparkman Cellars’ winemaker Chris Sparkman on a 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine was designated from Dionysus Vineyard of Sagemoor Vineyards in the Columbia Valley AVA for 95-98% from Block 16A planted in 1973, and 3-5% of Petit Verdot.
Only one barrel (25 cases) of this one-of-a-kind wine was produced and it sold out. Supporters of the series celebrated the release of this inaugural Series wine in the Sagemoor, Bacchus and Dionysus Vineyard in the fall of 2018.