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Our Walla Walla and Spokane tasting rooms will re-open May 29, 2020 with limited occupancy. Reservations are encouraged. Please call our Walla Walla or Spokane tasting rooms directly for reservations and more details. You can also find more information about our new tasting room format protocols by clicking on the Visit Us page. We encourage our customers to continue supporting local and small businesses in the ways that are available and allowed by law, like our convenient curbside pickup available in Walla Walla & Spokane, home deliveries within Walla Walla and Tri-Cities, and online orders that we can ship directly to your home.
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The Lost Bordeaux: An Exploration into Carmenère
Green peppercorn. Jalapeno. Smoke. Sour Cherry. Raspberry. These are all words to describe an ancient varietal that REININGER has specialized in since 2002. Carmenere, otherwise known as the Lost Bordeaux, has a long and illustrious history. Between the various synonyms the grape has shared with other varieties to the common characteristics with other fruit, Carmenere has become the mistaken doppelganger for many of the Bordeaux varieties. It’s no wonder that it hasn’t come into its own and embraced its individuality in single varietal bottlings until modern day. Now it’s celebrated all over the world on November 24 on International Carmenere Day, and at REININGER we celebrate it in the Spring with the wine club release of our Walla Walla Valley Carmenère, sourced from Seven Hills Vineyard.Read More