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Desert Wind Vineyard

Desert Wind Vineyard Since the early 1990's, the Fries and Jenkins families have been growing grapes and producing wines in the valleys of northern Oregon and the slopes of eastern Washington. With a total of 820 acres under cultivation in these diverse climates, the family is able to produce the best quality of fruit for a wide selection of wines. Each family member plays a key role in the operation and growth of the winery. Each step of the way, from the soil to the dining table, a member of the family has given their all to ensure the Desert Wind wines provide an outstanding experience in wine tasting.

Directions
From I-82, take exit #82. At end of off-ramp, turn left onto Wine Country Road. Take first right and cross railroad tracks to Desert Wind Winery.


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Address Web Social
2256 Wine Country Road, Prosser, WA, US, 99350 Email: sjenkins@desertwindvineyard.com
Phone: 800-437-3213 Web: www.desertwindvineyard.com
Fax: 503-538-3190
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Products



  Barbera
There is an intensity of fruit and a spicy vivacity to the wine, making it an enthralling partner to food.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
Luxurious in both texture and fruit, extended barrel aging provide firmness from the oak tannins which allow the wine to drink well throughout its life span.
  Chardonnay 'Bare Naked'
A delightful example of what this grape can do when left unadorned. The wine was fermented in stainless steel tanks, no oak to mask its luscious fruit character.
  Merlot
Wine maker Greg Fries uses oak and patience to bind this Merlot’s big bodied qualities into a well joined and supple wine.
  Ruah
The blend of the intense fruit and extended barrel created a wine that is elegant yet with intense complexity.
  Semillion
Lemongrass and stone fruits mingle with toasted oak and apples on the palate.
  Viognier 'Bare Naked'
Soft, ripe tangerine on the nose leads to a wine with green pear and mineral qualities in the mouth.

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