The New Vintage is Here! 2012 Soirée

noun: an evening party or gathering, typically in a private house, for conversation or music….and your favorite WINE!

52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Syrah & 22% Merlot

Black currants, toasted herbs, floral vanilla spice & bell pepper jam. Full body and solid texture with mouth watering, round acidity. Another savory Soirée blend that calls for food & serves well with good company! $25

Recent Competitions:
Awarded GOLD, 2016 Cascadia Wine Competition
Awarded GOLD, 2016 Capital Food & Wine Festival
Awarded GOLD, 2016 SAVOR NW Wine Competition

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Fifty Sips of Wine
Sip #15   &   Sip #16
Skylite Cellars 2010 Soirée
“There are many ‘lines’ in life, on occasion, I dare to cross them. In the case of this blend…

…bing cherry, racy pomegranate & alluring menthol…”  – allie merrick

Chillville Walla Walla
“Skylite Cellars – fun people, creative wines.”

Wine of the Week: Skylite Cellars 2009 Syrah
I recently visited with Ashley Bruton at her family owned Skylite Cellars in Walla Walla, Washington. Ashley was a wonderful host and shared many delicious Skylite Cellars red wines. It was a comfortable, fun, engaging visit. The wine which captivated me this time was her 2009 Syrah.

Great Northwest Wine, Skylite cellars 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley
“There was no skimping on oak as the nose features vanilla bean and toasted walnut, backed by black cherry, red currant, green peppercorns and cedar. On the palate, it presents a rich and dark core of fruit with black cherry and black raspberry…”

Foreign Wine Lady, Skylite Cellars
My first experience with this winery was with a bottle of 2008 Soirée. A bottle of pure delight, flavors of vanilla ice cream with hazelnuts, mocha and caramel on top. It was surely one of the best Washington blends I have tasted!

Skylite Cellars Kirkland Tasting Room Reviews
“The 2 girls there were really great, they were friendly and welcoming even to the swarms of people coming in”

Which Winery …
Skylite Cellars is a boutique winery producing 1,200 cases of premium wines annually. Family owned and operated in the Walla Walla Valley of Washington State by Tom & Cheryl Hodgins, and daughter Ashley Bruton. Skylite Cellars grows and sources fruit from the heart of the great NW American vineyards.

Wild4WashingtonWine & HIney
“There’s a winery on the outskirts of Walla Walla you must not miss visiting. It’s called Skylite Cellars. Before the new section of highway went in, you passed Skylite Cellars as you drove into Walla Walla from Seattle. The modified highway to Walla Walla now bypasses them, so you are likely to miss them. Don’t make that mistake.”

Skylite Cellars Kirkland Tasting Room
The eastside community of Kirkland, known for art galleries, shopping and eateries, has a new wine district. Three tasting room’s opened their doors on April 14, 2012

Walla Walla Cab v. Napa
This week’s matchup features a new comer from Walla Walla Washington taking on the old timer from California. 2007 Skylite Cellars v. 2007 Beringer Private Reserve

Gallery: Kirkland’s …
Transitioning from Italian wine to big Washington reds, Skylite Cellars’ warm, inviting tasting room is sandwiched in between the other two wineries.

New Kirkland Warehou…
A couple doors down in the same building complex is Skylite Cellars’ tasting room. The Walla Walla-based winery is owned by Tom and Cheryl Hodgins, and daughter Ashley Bruton.

Northwest Cellars, S…
Kirkland-based Northwest Cellars, Walla Walla-based Skylite Cellars and Goldendale-based Waving Tree Vineyards and Winery will be opening tasting rooms this weekend at 11901 124th Ave. N.E. in what the wine producers are dubbing the Kirkland Warehouse District.

Washington Wines Sho…
A huge congratulations to Walla Walla’s Skylite Cellars for the following recognition

2007 Skylite Cellars…
Round, rich flavor rolls across your palate…