Some oustanding wine from Boudreaux Cellars

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Boudreaux Cellars is located on Eightmile Creek in the heart of beautiful Icicle Canyon southwest of Leavenworth. In keeping with the agrarian traditions of the Taliaferro and Newsom families of Louisiana, winemaker Rob Newsom produces small lots of handcrafted ultra-premium wines. The pedigree of these Washington State grapes is among the best of Washington State’s vineyards: Bishop’s, Champoux, Homestead, Pepper Bridge, Sagemoor, Seven Hills, Wallula, and Klipsun.

Newsom focuses on smooth, deeply complex Cabernet Sauvignon with forays into Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese, Chardonnay and Semillon.

The name of the winery is named in honor of “Boudreaux,” that infamous Cajun character of folklore. Boudreaux is known for his brilliant sense of humor and his pursuit of, yes sir, high adventure.

Boudreaux Cellars’ 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon tied with Widgeon Hill Winery and Zerba Cellars Winery for the Number 1 Northwest Cabernet in a blind tasting of 128 Cabernets

Acreage and production ¼ acre Pinot Noir and Lemberger onsite in a builder field at 2,000 feet above sea level. Production is 1,500 cases per year with fruit sourced from outside Icicle Canyon.

Some oustanding wine from Boudreaux Cellars

The winery is open by appointment only as it is located 7.7 miles up Icicle road.