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Merry Cellars

Merry Cellars Imagine the wine you drink is as comfortable as your favorite pair of blue jeans. Imagine that every time you bought a bottle, each glass was as memorable and pleasant as a drive in your dad’s old pickup on a warm summer’s eve. Welcome to Merry Cellars.

From Spokane: ?From I-90, take US-195 south toward Colfax / Pullman via exit 279 (travel 70 miles) ?Turn left onto WA-270 (Davis Way) (travel 2.5 miles) ?Turn right onto Grand Ave following WA-270 (travel 0.1 miles) ?Turn left onto Paradise St (travel 0.1 miles) ?Merry Cellars is on your right as you crest the hill. From Seattle: ?Leave Seattle via I-90 east. ?From I-90, take WA-26 east toward Othello / Pullman via exit 137 (travel 135 miles) ?Upon entering Colfax, turn right onto US-195 (Main St) Remain on US-195 S through town (travel 15 miles) ?Turn left onto WA-270 (Davis Way) (travel 2.5 miles) ?Turn right onto Grand Ave following WA-270 (travel 0.1 miles) ?Turn left onto Paradise St (travel 0.1 miles) ?Merry Cellars is on your right as you crest the hill.

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245 SE Paradise Street, Pullman, WA, US, 99163 Email:
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Smoky and masculine, this New World interpretation of a Bordeaux-Style blend is the perfect choice whether you are celebrating victory after the big game or grilling on the patio with friends. Mild herbal notes of eucalyptus and green tea gracefully compliment spirited tannins and an ultra-smooth finish. Go team go.
Bronze medal - 2006 Denver International Wine Competition. An extraordinary vintage from a remarkable vineyard. Stillwater Creek Vineyards grapes grow clinging to one of the steepest south-facing slopes in the entire Columbia valley region of Washington State. Fractured basalt blended with silty loam give this Merlot its rich, velvety flavors of toffee, tobacco, and plum.
Tuscany in Washington State? Yes, absolutely yes! This rustic wine is permeated by sun-drenched ripe raspberry flavors, soft texture and a crisp, clean acidity. Transform any meal into an Italian feast as you marvel at the intense, spicy finish that lingers on and on.
  Sauvignon Blanc
A distinctive appellation produces a one-of-a-kind wine. One of the hottest, driest grape-growing regions in Washington State, the Wahluke Slope's sandy loam and deep minerals bring out a character rarely seen in a sauvignon blanc. You'll experience a softer, more well-rounded flavor with hints of citrus and tropical fruit. Enjoy the surprising and unique terroir of the wahluke slope in every glass.
Bronze medal - 2006 Denver International Wine Competition. A rugged terroir yields an elegant Semillon true to its origin on the steep, well-drained basalt slopes of Stillwater Creek Vineyard, this classic Semillon features lilting herb and fig notes as a perfect compliment to its structured, crisp acidity. Barrel-fermentation has created a delightful, creamy finish that meanders across the pallet, inviting leisurely sipping.
  Twilight Hills Red
Experience A Regional Beauty. A New World interpretation of a Bordeaux classic, this wine will roll across your palette with a kind of vibrancy and intensity that can only be found in a Palouse sunset. Smokey and mysterious, with mild herbal notes of green tea and eucalyptus, this evocative wine is sure to captivate with its lively tannins and silky-smooth finish.
Bronze medal - 2006 Washington State Wine Competition. Two appellations, one harmonious wine. This delightfully complex Viognier draws its bright acidity from the volcanic, Alsace-like climate of the Columbia Gorge equally blended and carefully balanced with Viognier from Columbia Valley's sun-drenched slopes and loamy soils. Take time to linger over intricate floral aromas of jasmine and orange blossom that give way to prominent tropical fruit flavors in this full-bodied, exotic wine. These flavors persist to a finish that is harmonious and complete.


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