Every year, international wine guru Andy Perdue compiles a blind list of the “top 50 wines” in Washington for the Seattle Times.
As expected, picks from the Columbia and Walla Walla vallies often dominate. But this year, two Bainbridge producers also made the cut: Amelia Wynn’s 2013 cabernet sauvignon (no. 23) and Bainbridge Vineyards’ 2013 madeleine angevine (no. 39).
The latter, which Perdue describes as “seductive and delicious,” can be picked up from Bainbridge Vineyards farmstead tasting room (open weekends from noon to 5 p.m.) for $18.
Amelia Wynn wines are available at Island Vinters shared tasting room, 450 Winslow Way East, and Pane D’Amore, 4569 Lynwood Center Drive.