Jones of Washington

(509) 787-3537 1955 F St SE
Quincy, WA 98848
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Over fifty years of farming experience in the Columbia basin has led to the breaking of new ground and the diversification of crops for the Jones Family. Since 1949 when the Columbia Basin Project began, the Jones Family started growing and packing potatoes in Winchester, Washington. From this, the venture has grown into the production of many different farm crops. Reaping and suffering has brought much knowledge of the land in this extreme business. In 1997, the first Jones Vineyards were planted on the Wahluke slope. In 2001, an interest in wine along with some un-contracted grapes propelled Jack into getting a winery license and selling the grapes as wine himself. This led to the beginning of Jack Jones Winery and the Jones of Washington brands. Jack Jones started planting wine grapes on the Wahluke Slope in 1997 and is the owner while Greg Jones (his son) oversees the operation. – Description from Dragac

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    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

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  • Merlot

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  • Syrah

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  • Jones of Washington Sangiovese Wahluke Slope 2006

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  • Jones of Washington Viognier Wahluke Slope 2011

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    Another wonderful wine from Jones of Washington. Great with spicy food or just to have on a warm night. Read More

    Wine review by winehound69


  • Jones of Washington Chardonnay Wahluke Slope 2011

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    Wonderful Chardonnay, delicate to the palette and pleasant on the nose. Very drinkable both alone or paired with a nice entree. Well worth keeping in you cellar Read More

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  • Jones of Washington Cabernet Sauvignon Wahluke Slope 2008

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    Wine review by mpretty10


  • Would love your recommendations as well!I have found a few I REALLY like, and a few I've tried that I THOUGHT might fit the bill, and did not.Gracianna is my fav - tasted 2008 Bacigalupi Vineyards Gracianna and LOVED it at Taste of Sonoma.....  I also like Lioco- 2008 "sonoma coast" pinot noir...   Another favorite is the Cosentino 2006 Sonoma P... Read More

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  • Anyone know any wineries in Connecticut that are 'can't miss' stops?There's a list here, but I was wondering if there was anything unique and worth having a look at- particularly around Mystic & Foxwoods and/or near Lake Compounce.  (Boulderdash!) Tanks  Read More

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  • I am always impressed with how some people, mostly real wine experts have learned to pick out many specific flavors in a wine. Once in a while a specific flavor jumps out at me, which is sometimes good, sometimes bad. I remember in France, they would sell these kits with maybe 50 or more bottles, each containing different important smells to he... Read More

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  • Hi everybody, I'm an italian student and I am writing down a thesis about the future of wine. In your opinion, which wine we will drink in about 10 years and how? I know that it is a complex question but I really need ideas, suggestions, fears and doubt! Thanks a lot! Read More

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  • Jones of Washington Syrah Wahluke Slope 2005

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    Wine review by raintree


  • Let's get some education going here. Has anyone else come across a new varietal or wine name they have never heard of before today?Mavrud: Mavrud is a unique red wine common only to the region of Thrace in Bulgaria. It is found around few cities in the central part of the country where the winter temperatures are not very low. The wines made fro... Read More

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