As a worthy contender for “Biggest Long Shadows Fan,” Justin Scherz is not only passionate about our wines but the memories that are built around them.
In Greek Mythology, the Muses were considered to be the inspiration and personification of the arts, particularly literature, music, and dance. At Long Shadows Vintners, the Muses take form in our white wine offerings that we, too, draw inspiration from. Introducing the 2019 Poet’s Leap, 2019 Dance, and 2020 Cymbal—just in time to sip on all summer long. We’ve also created a wine club devoted to these enchanting creations to ensure you receive as many bottles of these limited-production wines as you desire. Without further ado, we give you the Three Muses of Summer along with a suggested food pairing.
Come for the wine, stay for the swanky Long Shadows tasting room which features show stopping Chihuly glass sculptures.
In the arid, sun-soaked southeast corner of Washington state the growing conditions are perfect for cultivating grapes, so it’s no surprise there are a staggering number of wineries in Walla Walla.
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Try pairing Chettinad Chicken Curry from Chili’s South Indian Cuisine, Seattle. Why it works: Spicy South Indian food? Dry-style riesling all the way! The 2019 Poet’s Leap Riesling has complex floral and tropical fruit flavors. The wine’s laser-sharp acidity and just enough residual sugar is an excellent match for flaming hot South Indian chicken curry, providing much-needed relief in between bites. The Matar Paneer (cottage cheese with peas) is a great option for vegetarians or for those who like their food mildly spiced. You can segue seamlessly into dessert territory with this vino – we highly recommend their Gulab Jamun.
Long-standing Key Club Member Josh Wojcik is a southern Idaho native but has called Seattle home for the last 19 years. Our unique relationship between Washington grapes and world-renowned winemakers was intriguing enough to lead him our way to learn more about our story.
Sangiovese, a quintessentially Italian grape, evokes so many more images than just Chianti, the delicious cherry-hued Tuscan wine for which it is best known. One could even say that it is symbolic of the good Italian life. Think Sangiovese, and rows of manicured cypress trees, undulating hills, and Renaissance architecture come unbidden to mind.
Native to areas along Germany’s Rhine River, Riesling is an aromatic white wine that bursts forth with notes of orchard fruit and flower blossoms. Essentially spring in a bottle, this wine is meant to be savored and celebrated. Today, we intend to do just that!
"I love Merlot’s beautiful texture and expression of fruit, from dark berries to earthiness and graphite and how it all integrates with new French oak that creates layers and structure.” - Gilles Nicault
Owen Bargreen has been frequenting the Long Shadows tasting room in Woodinville for more than a decade. Read more on his thoughts on how the winery has evolved over the years and reviews on some of their latest releases.
As the weather turns cold and we retreat indoors, instinctually we begin to look for warmer, heavier, and more robust wines. Here are three of our favorites for keeping us warm through the chilly winter days and nights.
The holidays are traditionally the time of the year when we gather and share memories of the past year with our friends and family. This year more than ever, it is a time to reach out to those in need and show our appreciation to others. We are very appreciative for all your loyalty, friendships and support.
Long Shadows boasts a collection of wines from participating vintners across the globe. The wines pay tribute to the Columbia Valley, so much so that they earned Long Shadows fourth place in the 2020 USA Today 10 Best Readers' Choice Awards for Best Tasting Room.
Named to Wine Enthusiasts's Best of Year 2020 Buying Guide, the 2019 Cymbal Sauvignon Blanc was chosen as a Cellar Selection, "It's an enchanting look at the variety's fuller bodied side and will have a long live ahead of it."
Our 2016 Pedestal Merlot was awarded "Best in Class" and Double Gold in the 2020 San Francisco International Wine Competition. Double Gold is awarded to the very few entries that receive a Gold medal rating by all members of the judging panel; these are among the finest wines in the world.