Washington Hills Winery

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Washington Hills is a brand of ultra-premium wines from Washington state. The brand began in the late 1980s and became part of the Precept Brands portfolio in 2003. The wines focus on local varietals and blends, and are offered in screw cap bottle and box formats. 

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Varietals Produced by Washington Hills Winery View all

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Sémillon

    History of the grape: Little is documented about the early years of this grape, which is surprising due to its distin...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

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  • Hello There ; I live in Bellevue Wa. and frequent Woodinville wine area. We have the annual tasting pass but have had less than stellar results finding quality wine and personable staff .We love buttery Chardonnays , and BIG BOLD  Zins ,Syrahs , and Barolo/Barberas.Our favorites of late Armstrong Family Winery , Columbia [ they have food ] , Air... Read More

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  • Single vineyard Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are the order of the day at Willamette Valley’s acclaimed WillaKenzie Estate. Erik joined the Willakenzie team earlier this year to head up winemaking operations. Enjoy these excerpts from my conversation with Erik.MA: Tell me a little bit about your winemaking history. How did you become a winemaker?  E... Read More

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  • Okay, we're counting down to the end of the year.  With three drinking weeks left, start nominating your wines of the year.  And, if you like, nominate a wine experience of the year. I'm going to have to think about the WOTY for a while, and I'll update this OP as things occur to me, but I'm going to say it wasn't a year full of head turning win... Read More

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  • Being aware of price points for most of the other varietals I have always wondered why the Pinot Noirs are always priced way ahead of the other varietals.It is almost impossible to purchase a Pinot Noir at the same price point/quality as a Cabernet Sauvignon for under $20Now I live in a region where both Cabernet Sauvignon (Washington State) and... Read More

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  • White wines are a summer classic, but it has been a long summer. There is a good chance that you are surfeit with white wine by now. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. Summer calls for diaphanous red wine grapes that allow fresh fruits to shine without the deep, dar... Read More

    From the article Superior Red Wines for Summertime


  • August is here -- along with warm, steamy weather for most of the country. For some that means switching over to chilled cocktails or beer. What it should really mean for wine drinkers is carefully selecting wines that are well made, delicious, value driven and refreshing. The last thing anyone wants to sip in hot weather is a big, bloated and p... Read More

    From the article Value Wines for Summer


  • Columbia Valley, Columbia Gorge, and Walla Walla Valley: a triumvirate of outstanding wine producing regions with a fascinating twist. While there are numerous ways in which these three areas are vastly different from each other, they have one key similarity. Their acreage spans across both Washington and Oregon states. I spent a week traveling ... Read More

    From the article Washington & Oregon Wines Tread the Line


  • Trip summary of Columbia Gorge and more...Phelps Creek: Don't be put off that this winery is a bit off the beaten path and located at a golf course. They make 6 whites, merlot, syrah, pinot and a sparkling wine--about 5,00 cases total. The winemaker (female) is French. That combined with some New Zealand experience makes a leaner style wine, low... Read More

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  • Hello, Some constructive criticisim. After a few years of buying Black Box Chardonay wine, I purchased a box of yourChard. Several problems, I had to fish out the spout took me a while, second,the red plastic covering was very difficult to remove. Thwe wine is good but you make it bit difficult for the costomer to get to your product. Thanks...

    Comment by 724460phyllwine 724460 phyllwine


  • I purchased your 2007 Washington Hills Chardonnay. Upon tasting it tasted like water and vrery little chardonnay. My daughter in law tasted it the next day and said the same thing. We both drink chardonnay. Any idea why this would taste this way? The bar code is 0 80438010901.

    Comment by 695057larrysmith 695057 larrysmith


  • I have been purchasing their box Chardonnay upunitl recently when they changed their bladder source. The new nozzle is almost impossible to use on upper shelves of your refrigerator. I left a voice mail message to them but never received a reply. I now use Monthaven instead.

    Comment by 357734glfillion 357734 glfillion


  • I love the Washington Hills Reisling late harvest. Just bought some in Charleston, S. C. Mary Foley (Thomasville, N. C.) catersyou@aol.com

    Comment by 322199mafoley 322199 mafoley


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