Crémant de Maury
Our 2016 Crémant de Maury is a sparkling brut rosé made in the traditional method, relying on a secondary fermentation in the bottle to produce a soft, bubbly wine with hints of strawberry, cranberry and melon.
2016 Pinot Noir
Our 2016 estate Pinot Noir is a blend of four old-world clones that deliver balance and depth with dark cherry and raspberry flavors up front, a touch of spice and a long clean finish. Try it with soft cheeses, freshly grilled salmon, poultry or pork.
Our 2017 Amauré, a mariage of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, is a crisp rosé best served well-chilled. Try it with salmon, poultry, soft cheeses or just to sip on a warm afternoon.
Seattle Wine Awards Double Gold - 2014 Estate Pinot Noir
Seattle Wine Awards Double Gold - 2009 Estate Pinot Noir
Seattle Wine Awards Double Gold - 2010 Estate Crémant de Maury
Seattle Wine Awards Gold - 2015 Estate Crémant de Maury
Seattle Wine Awards Silver - 2013 Estate Crémant De Maury
Seattle Wine Awards Silver - 2016 Estate Pinot Noir
Seattle Wine Awards Bronze - 2014 Estate Crémant De Maury
Seattle Wine Awards Bronze - 2011 Estate Pinot Noir
Seattle Wine Awards Bronze - 2015 Estate Pinot Noir
Where to buy:
- Here at Maury Island Winery
- Vashon Thriftway
- DeLaurenti's Wine Shop in Pike Place Market in Downtown Seattle
- Bar Ferd'nand in Chop House Row Seattle
- The Hardware Store Restaurant on Vashon Island
From Great Northwest Wines 30 Reds under $30:
Maury Island Winery 2014 Estate Pinot Noir, Puget Sound • $25 Winemaker Bill Riley relies entirely on estate grapes on Maury Island, which is just west of West Seattle. This reveals Old World aromas of mushroom, new leather and moist earthiness, followed by bright flavors of pomegranate, cherry and strawberry. The structure is based more on acidity than tannin. It’s an intriguing wine from an unexpected location. (82 cases; 12% alc.) Rated: excellent
Maury Island Winery 2013 Estate Crémant De Maury