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Roland Wines

Open to the Public

Our tasting room is open: Wednesday thru Saturday 5:00-8:00

Marc and Nancy Roland started Roland Wines in 2008 with a vision of bringing people together to enjoy good food and wine. Their focus is on French and Italian style wines that are food-friendly. Visit our website at http://www.rolandwines.com


Our Wines

  • Foggy Notion Chardonnay

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Washington produces stunningly good Chardonnays. This Chardonnay is slightly oaked with fruit flavors of apples, pears, peaches. Crisp and refreshing.

      • Chardonnay
      • $15 - $20
      • Yakima Valley
      • Airfield Estates / Airport Ranch Vineyards
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Dolcetto

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Roland Wines 2011 Dolcetto, Yakima Valley, $15: This Longview, Wash., winery used grapes from famed Red Willow Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. The wine reveals high-toned red fruit notes, such as cranberry, pomegranate, raspberry and red cherry. It also offers flavors of blueberry and a hint of plum and earthiness, all backed with bright acidity and mild tannins, making this a delicious, food-friendly, drink-now red.

      • Dolcetto
      • $10 - $15
      • Yakima Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Foggy Notion Merlot

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • This wine has flavors and aromas of black cherry, berries, plum, and some herbs. It is smooth with low tannins making it a red wine that's well-suited pair with a wide range of foods

      • Merlot
      • $15 - $20
      • Yakima Valley
      • Red Willow Vineyards
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • The Olifont

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. Grapes grown at Stillwater Creek near Royal City, Washington. This is a big red wine with soft tannins and a luscious mouth feel. Red fruit flavors including black current and raspberries. Aged in French and American oak for 18 months and bottle age for 12 months

      • Cabernet Sauvignon
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
  • Solstice Syrah

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • It’s remarkable that a winery of Marc Roland’s size and youth gains access to Washington state’s oldest site for this Rhône grape, and the Sauer famliy’s fruit has elevated the profile of this young winery in Longview. His latest release of Syrah opens with aromas of huckleberry and blackberry milkshake, backed by vanilla, toast and moist earth. The pour brings rich flavors of Hostess Blackberry pie and dried blueberry, which are focused around sandy tannins that bring good grip to the finish of elderberry. Look for this to develop into a wine as remarkable as Roland’s 2011 version. Wine Press Northwest

      • Syrah
      • $20 - $30
      • Yakima Valley
      • Red Willow Vineyards
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • La Chanson

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • This is a red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cab Franc.

      • Blend - Proprietary Red
      • $20 - $30
      • Columbia Valley
      • Stillwater Creek
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
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