THE VINEYARD AND THE GROWER RELATIONSHIP

vineyardThe grape, managed carefully, is the heart of any great wine, and Ryan Patrick Wines 
showcase the vineyards and work with the nature of the grape. For example, if the grape is big, they make it big, and don’t try to tone it down.

Because every varietal excels in different terroir, Ryan Patrick Wines sources its wines from a variety of vineyards and AVAs, including Elephant Mountain Vineyard, Sagemoor Farms, Red Mountain AVA and Red Heaven Vineyard. This way, the winery can source the best grapes for, say, a ripe chardonnay, or the best Syrah grapes that need a warmer climate.

Ryan Patrick Wines is known for approachable wines with a distinctive edge. Jeremy works with hand-selected growers with sustainable practices to choose grapes that fit the quality and style that customers have come to love.

Ryan Patrick Wins Double Gold! Seattle Wine Awards 2017

Double Gold Medal Winners:

Ryan Patrick Wines 2015 Redhead Red (Red proprietary blends $20 and under)

Ryan Patrick Wines Rosé (Rosé Blends)

92 pts, Gold Medal Winner: 2014 Rock Island Red

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2017 San Francisco International Wine Competition: 92 points, Gold Medal Winner: 2014 Rock Island Red

91 pts, Gold Medal Winner: 2015 Rock Island Chardonnay

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2017 San Francisco International Wine Competition: 91 points, Gold Medal Winner: 2015 Rock Island Chardonnay

Ryan Patrick Wins Gold! Seattle Wine Awards 2017

Gold Medal Winners:
2015 Rock Island Chardonnay (Chardonnay $20 and under).

2014 Reserve Syrah (Syrah $20.01 – $35).

2015 Reserve Chardonnay, Sagemoor Vineyard (Chardonnay $20.01 – $35).

2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Elephant Mountain Vineyard ( Cab Sauv $35 and over).