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Tenor Wines

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Tenor makes 100% single varietal wines from many of the top vineyards in Washington.

Our Wines

  • Tenor Sauvignon Blanc

    • Overview

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    • With the Tenor Sauvignon Blanc, we set out to create a wildly different white wine... something that would be a little out there, very intriguing, but still remarkably approachable. On release this wine is pure exuberance: intense spice, floral aromatics, big yellow fruit—some pineapple and guava, but less tropical than you might expect. It presents more delicately in cooler years, more intensely in warmer years. As the wine ages, you can enjoy the evolution of this varietal in a very pure and concentrated form.

      • Sauvignon Blanc
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Tenor Chardonnay

    • Overview

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    • The Tenor Chardonnay is a hybrid of classical and new world thinking, designed to take greatest advantage of the strengths of Washington’s climate and geography. Grapes grown in this state are capable of remarkable freshness, as well as depth of flavor, and our goal is to create a pure and balanced expression of this grape as a stand-alone varietal. Like all Tenor wines, the chardonnay is big and opulent, intense and fruit forward, but it also shows great restraint. We’ve toned down the oak influence and upped the acidity to deliver a wine that is fresher, more angular and precise, and less soft or heavy on the palate. We’re not making a big, fat, buttery chardonnay; we want one that makes your mouth water a little, with good acidity and enough freshness to stand up to food.

      • Chardonnay
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Tenor Cabernet Sauvignon

    • Overview

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    • This is a classic Cabernet: ripe, fruit forward and opulent. But it’s also balanced. We wanted create a wine that exemplified the boldness of Cabernet Sauvignon but also embraced its inherent texture and richness... a hugely concentrated wine that doesn’t rely solely on peel-your-teeth tannin for its structure. Tenor Cabernet is thick and rich and unapologetically showy. That heavy mouth-feel is supported by superfine tannin, and we work hard to achieve that intense texture without letting the tannin overwhelm the other notes.

      • Cabernet Sauvignon
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
  • Tenor Syrah

    • Overview

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    • Tenor Syrah is an example of how precision and polish can turn a big grape into a balanced, composed, and eminently drinkable wine. This Syrah doesn’t just want to wow you for a glass, it’s designed to keep you intrigued all the way through the bottle. Syrah loves to grow in Washington state, and as a result, there is a tremendous amount of variation from site to site. We want to create a 100% Syrah that showcases the best characteristics of what has become one of Washington’s signature grapes. We’ve worked hard to find that profile that gives people the essence of everything they love to taste in WA Syrah, all in one bottle.

      • Syrah
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Tenor Malbec

    • Overview

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    • Tenor Malbec is true both to the brand and the grape. Like all Tenor wines, it is richly textured, fruit forward, and unabashedly opulent. But true to the varietal, it is fresh, beautifully perfumed and supremely silky. It’s a complete Malbec in that both the nose and mouth-feel are intense and fully developed, paying humble tribute to some of the famed Malbecs to come out of northern Argentina. If you love Malbec, you’ll love the way Tenor Malbec accentuates the notes that define this varietal

      • Malbec
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
  • Tenor Merlot

    • Overview

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    • We’re not making Merlot for the faint of heart. Merlot is one of the world’s greatest red varietals. It can be big, supple and complex, but coaxing all those notes out of the grape is a challenge, which is why it’s often maligned or misunderstood as a soft, generic red. We want to showcase a wholly different side of Merlot. We want to show that even a 100% Merlot can be as big, as textured and as exciting to drink as Cabernet Sauvignon and bring its own unique voice to the table.

      • Merlot
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
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