About The Wine From Ryan Patrick Vinyard

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Highway 28 and Rock Island Drive, 7 miles east of Wenatchee

Ryan Patrick Winery is owned by Terry and Vivian Flanagan. Winemaker is Craig Mitrakul. The vineyards are located in Trinidad, Wash.

According to the website, Ryan Patrick produces two red Bordeaux-style blends of Cabernet Sauvignon, merlot and Cabernet Franc, a white Bordeaux-style blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon and an Estate Chardonnay.

Ryan Patrick Vineyards has three estate vineyards. They supply grapes to several wineries in addition to their own. Their vineyards are: The Bishop’s Vineyard, a 27-acre vineyard established in 1996; the 28-acre Homestead vineyard, planted on a portion of the original homestead taken out of sagebrush in 1950 when water came to the Columbia Basin Project.

It’s an excellent site for Chardonnay as well as other white varietals; and Vivian’s Vineyard near Trinidad. Vivian’s Vineyard is the newest vineyard, planted in the European style. It is planted in Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Barbera and Nebbiolo grapes.

About The Wine From Ryan Patrick Vinyard

Two of Ryan Patrick Vineyards’ wines were awarded Silver Medals at the Northwest Wine Summit: the 2002 Estate Chardonnay Columbia Valley and the 2001 Red Meritage Blend Columbia Valley.