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  • Avennia Winery Avennia Winery, "Oliane" 2018, Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA
  • Avennia Winery Avennia Winery, "Oliane" 2018, Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA
  • Avennia Winery Avennia Winery, "Oliane" 2018, Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA
  • Avennia Winery Avennia Winery, "Oliane" 2018, Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA

Avennia Winery, "Oliane" 2018, Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA

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This Yakima Valley take on a Bordeaux-style Sauvignon Blanc has a lively acidity with notes of citrus oil, stone fruit, straw, tarragon, and mineral.

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Avennia Winery “Oliane” 2018, Yakima Valley

This Washington blend of Grenache Blanc and Viognier is fresh and juicy with notes of citrus, honeysuckle, and dried grass.

COUNTRY: United State of America (USA)


APPELLATION (AVA): Yakima Valley

REGION: Washington

VINEYARDS: 67% Boushey Vineyard, 33% Red Willow Vineyard


GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc

PRACTICE: Sustainable, organic

VINIFICATION: Barrel fermented using native yeast, concrete egg, aged 7 months on the lees, and bottled unfined

STYLE: Still

COLOR: Medium yellow

BODY: Light to Medium (3-4)


PRIMARY AROMAS: Peach, lemon oil, fresh straw, wet stone, honey, baking spice

FLAVOR: Intense citrus oil, straw, tarragon, shiso leaf, rocky minerality, lively acidity, refreshing finish

FORMAT: 750 ml

ALCOHOL: 13.6%

If pairing with food, keep it light; dishes may include oysters, salmon, halibut, scallops and shrimp. Also try it with Cobb salad, pork, chicken or pasta with a white sauce.

“When Marty Taucher asked Chris Peterson to review his draft winery business plan in 2009, it fortuitously coincided with Peterson’s desire to start a new chapter in his winemaking career. The conversation continued at the friendly confines of North Seattle’s Fiddlers Inn, where the vision for Avennia was born.  Mutual esteem for their respective strengths and experiences allowed them to forge an effective partnership.  Ultimately, they agreed on the Avennia’s core principles – a passionate commitment to signature vineyards and natural processes in the cellar - resulting in timeless, world class wines that are solely and undeniably Washington.”*

“Boushey Vineyards, owned by Richard and Luanne Boushey, are located in the Yakima Valley five miles north of the town of Grandview on the southern slopes of the Rattlesnake Mountains.  The vineyards are planted on several sites within a two-mile radius; generally south-facing slopes varying from 700 to 1200 ft. elevation. The first blocks of grapes were planted in 1980 and the youngest was recently planted in 2003.  Dick’s philosophy of grape growing is to compliment mother nature. Occasionally he tries to fool her into thinking she is in control but most of time it is the other way around.”

“Red Willow Vineyard, is the furthest western vineyard within the Yakima Valley AVA. Made up of four distinctive blocks, the vineyard supplies fruit to over 20 wineries across Washington and Oregon. Founded in 1971 Red Willow is one of the oldest vineyards in Washington State. Our vines are grown on steep hillsides, with unique formations of soils unlike any other.”


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