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2015 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition | Print |  E-mail

Our Merlot just won a gold medal at the 2015 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition

 
2015 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition | Print |  E-mail

Gold Award:

2012 Anna Marie Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley, $50

Silver Award:

2011 Cabernet Franc, Walla Walla Valley, $32

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2014 Wine Press Northwest Platinum Judging | Print |  E-mail

Platinum Awards:

2010 Estate Mourvèdre, Walla Walla Valley

Based on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley, Watermill Winery has earned an impressive 11 Platinums through the years, and this is its first for Mourvèdre, the bold Southern Rhône red.

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2010 Cabernet "seriously over-deliver(s) for the price." | Print |  E-mail

Sean Sullivan for the Seattle Met placed our 2010 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon in the top Washington wines under $25, a group of wines that "seriously over-deliver(s) for the price."

 
90 points from Wine Advocate | Print |  E-mail

Our 2009 Estate Midnight Red and 2010 Estate Petit Verdot each received 90 points in the Wine Advocate!

 
Acclaim from Wine Enthusiast! | Print |  E-mail

Wine Enthusiast gave 92 points and an Editors' Choice distinction to our 2010 Cabernet Franc, 91 points to our 2009 Praying Mantis Syrah, 90 points to our 2009 Estate Midnight Red, and 90 points to our 2009 Walla Walla Syrah. Our 2009 Walla Walla Cabernet Sauvignon and 2009 Walla Walla Merlot also received 89 points each, with the Merlot adding an Editors' Choice distinction.

 
2013 Wine Press Northwest Platinum Judging | Print |  E-mail

A platinum award for our 2009 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon! Says Wine Press Northwest: "winemaker Andrew Brown used grapes from McClellan, Seven Hills, Pepper Bridge and Kiona vineyards for this Cab that uses a touch of Merlot. It comes with aromas of walnut, black cherry and pomegranate, followed by nicely structured flavors of black cherry and toasted oak. This is still a youthful wine and should age into something quite special."

 
90+ from Wine Enthusiast | Print |  E-mail

Wine Enthusiast gave 92 points and an Editors' Choice distinction to our 2011 Viognier and 90 points to our 2010 Walla Walla Valley Pinot Noir.

 
2013 SavorNW Wine Awards | Print |  E-mail

Our 2009 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon won Gold and our 2009 Walla Walla Valley Merlot won Silver at the 2013 SavorNW Wine Awards.

 
2012 Wine Press Northwest Platinum Judging | Print |  E-mail

Platinum: Watermill Winery 2009 Merlot, Walla Walla Valley:
This small winery on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley has won six Platinums since 2009 with this superb red. Winemaker Andrew Brown used grapes from two nearby vineyards to craft this luscious Merlot. It opens with beautiful aromas of Bing cherries and raspberries, followed by rich flavors of cherries, dark chocolate, black tea and a hint of fresh thyme. It's beautifully balanced and will pair nicely with tri-tip, lamb chops or meat lovers pizza. (230 cases, 14.9% alc.) Award: Northwest Wine Summit (gold)
-Wine Press Northwest 

 
Paul Gregutt's Top 100 | Print |  E-mail

Our 2008 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon placed 30th on the Paul Gregutt/Seattle Times Top 100 NW Wines for 2012 list. You can read the whole list, which includes many other fantastic Walla Walla Valley wineries, here.

 
2012 Wine Enthusiast Scores | Print |  E-mail

Wine Enthusiast awarded 94 points to our 2008 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, 91 points to both our 2008 Tempranillo and 2008 Walla Walla Valley Syrah, 90 points to our 2008 Estate Midnight Red, and 89 points to our 2010 Viognier.

 
2011 Wine Enthusiast Scores | Print |  E-mail

Wine Enthusiast awarded 92 points to our 2008 Cabernet Franc and 90 points to both our 2008 Malbec and 2008 Praying Mantis Syrah.

 
Paul Gregutt’s Wine Advisor | Print |  E-mail

Watermill was mentioned in the latest two articles by Seattle Times Wine Advisor Paul Gregutt, “A Toast to a Healthier Earth” and “The delight of Muscato”. Click the links to read the full articles.

 
2011 Oregon Wine Awards | Print |  E-mail

Both our 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon and 2007 Estate Petit Verdot won Gold Medals at the 2011 Oregon Wine Awards.

 
2011 Seattle Wine Awards | Print |  E-mail

Our 2008 Walla Walla Valley Merlot, 2008 Estate Cabernet Franc, and 2008 Estate Malbec all brought home Gold Medals from this years Seattle Wine Awards.

 
2011 Northwest Wine Summit | Print |  E-mail

Our 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon received a Gold Medal, while our 2008 Estate Malbec and 2008 Walla Walla Valley Merlot both received Silver Medals.

 
2011 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition | Print |  E-mail

Our 2008 Estate Malbec brought home a Gold Medal from this years San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, while our 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon received a Silver Medal.

 
Top 100 Washington Wines | Print |  E-mail

Our 2007 Estate Petit Verdot made Seattle Times writer Paul Gregutt’s Top 100 Washington Wine list at #66 | See Full List

 
2010 Wine Enthusiast Awards | Print |  E-mail

Wine Enthusiast awarded 92 points for our 2007 Estate Petit Verdot and 92 points for our 2007 Praying Mantis Syrah

 
Watermill Winery A Good Reason To Visit Milton Freewater | Print |  E-mail

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Wine Press Northwest names Watermill Winery 2010 Oregon Winery to Watch | Print |  E-mail

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2008 Late Harvest Gewürztraminer Sweepstake Winner at 2010 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition | Print |  E-mail

The 08 Late Harvest Gewürztraminer wowed the judges and took the Sweepstake award for best dessert wine. The nearly 5,000 wines entered into the competition this year set a world record! 2007 Estate Malbec, 2008 Viognier and 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon were awarded silver medals. The 2007 Chances R snagged a bronze. Complete list of winners

 
Fab Cabs of the Pacific Northwest | Print |  E-mail

Wine Press Northwest includes our 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon in their list of "Fab Cabs."
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Best 100 Washington Wines under $50 | Print |  E-mail

Our 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon was rated one of the Best 100 Washington Wines under $50 by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine. Read Review

 
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