Each bottle of refreshingly crisp white and rosé wine comes from hand-harvested grapes from sustainable sites and is crafted with minimal intervention. Capturing the essence of a single vineyard, the expressions showcase the place, vintage, and dynamic tension unique to white wines from Washington State.
Winemaker Ali Mayfield focuses on small lot, handcrafted wines and has developed the signature bright, refreshing profile of this brand.
Jaine aims to tell the story of its select parcels and capture the essence of each vineyard in a glass.
For the 2021 Jaine Evergreen Sauvignon Blanc, the team harvested fruit from the high elevation Evergreen Vineyard, located in the Ancient Lakes AVA. This vineyard is sustainably farmed, and the cool climate fruit showcases bright minerality.
James Suckling rated this crisp, medium-bodied vintage 90 points, noting its fresh aromas of lime zest, green apples, oyster shells, and fresh herbs.
Jaine sources their Grenache and Mourvèdre from the Ravenscliff Vineyard. Located on the Wahluke Slope, it is one of the warmest regions in Washington state. The wines from this sub-AVA of the Columbia Valley tend to be more concentrated than other regions due to the sunny days, high winds, and low rainfall which leads to smaller grape clusters.
Picked early to preserve acidity and to create a Provençal-style wine, the 2021 Ravenscliff Rosé is crisp and dry with zesty notes of grapefruit, mandarin orange, and strawberry. This is a gorgeously aromatic summer sipper.