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The Devils are Back

These infamous blends are back in time for summer.

They’re pleased to meet you! Don’t you know their names?

The Devil You Know is our Bordeaux style wine aged in French oak; its counterpart, The Devil You Don’t Know, is a blend of Rhone varieties and aged in new American oak.

You can find our more about them on our wines page, or visit the store to purchase.

Upcoming Event

Three Amigos Winemaker Dinner

DANIEL’S BROILER-BELLEVUE MARCH 19, 2015 – 6:00 PM Daniel’s Broiler-Bellevue is excited to feature the combined talents of Chris Gorman, Mark Ryan McNeilly and Tim Stevens for an exclusive food and wine event. Your evening will include multiple offerings from these iconic Woodinville producers. Chef Kevin Rohr and the Daniel’s culinary team are extremely excited to prepare a feast expertly crafted to pair with these exquisite wine offerings.

$125.00 per person (Plus Tax and Service) Menu: Available three weeks prior to the event Reservations: Reserve Online

Recent Accolades

The F.O.G. Malbec 2012

93 Points:

“Light purple in color, this aromatically appealing, fruit-forward wine has notes of dark plum, dried herbs and peppery spices along with a mocha top note. It’s plump and velvety in feel, with concentrated yet lithe fruit flavors that linger effortlessly on the long, fruit-filled finish that kicks it up a notch.”

-Sean Sulivan

Wine Enthusiast Feature: Red Mountain Rising

Wine Enthusiast: March 2015

“Over the last four decades, Red Mountain has established itself as not only Washington’s premier winegrowing region, but one of the finest in the world. Once a well-kept secret, the recent boom in plantings and investments have served notice: Red Mountain has arrived.”

“‘Red Mountain wines can have intense amounts of fruit, but they also have this chalky, gravelly minerality,’ says Chris Gorman, winemaker for Gorman Winery.” 

The Pixie Syrah: “A blend of Klipsun and Ciel du Cheval vineyards, this wine brings brooding notes of bramble, blueberry, mineral, herbs and potpourri. The palate-coating flavors are dense and rich, leading to a long finish.” 

-Sean P. Sullivan

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