Thursday, October 23, 2014

Snoqualmie Wine-Washington! #snoqualmiewine

My sweet husband and I have been dining from EatZi's (bringing it home) lately and with that a new bottle of wine has become a favorite of mine. He still prefers Cabernets, but is open to enjoying a Chardonnay with me. EatZi's has quite the selection of wines in their market. We're always eager to try something new and different.

Notice the photo above! If you go to their website, you will see that it is designed to look like cut paper, which I know one paper man really loves. For you paper lovers out there, check it out! It's quite unique!

Snoqualmie is a small city (population of around 12,500) near the center of Washington, about thirty minutes from Seattle! Of course, the name is a Native American tribe from the Pacific Northwest. The Snoqualmie Tribe, the People of the Moon, was one of the largest in the Puget Sound region in 1855. Notice the moons on the bottle.

2012 Snoqualmie Chardonnay ($10) from the Columbia Valley. This wine was crafted with no oak and has aromas of pear and apple with clean fruit flavors on the palate. What a bargain for an average price of $10. You will not be disappointed buying this Chardonnay!