Maryhill Winery Releases Long-Awaited Reserves and Serendipity Blend

First Tastings Available Free of Charge Thanksgiving Weekend

Nov 01, 2005, 00:00 ET from Maryhill Winery

    GOLDENDALE, Wash., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With the holiday season right
 around the corner, the Maryhill Winery is proud to uncork several new reserve
 wines as well as a varietal blend for the Thanksgiving weekend.  Created by
 veteran winemaker John Haw, Serendipity is Maryhill's first traditional
 Bordeaux blend made with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cab Franc and Malbec
     The 3,000 square foot Maryhill Winery tasting room will be pouring the
 latest releases on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 25-27th from 10 a.m.
 to 6 p.m.  The list of brand new wines includes a rich and complex fruit 2003
 Proprietor's Reserve Cabernet Franc, a pleasing 2003 Proprietor's Reserve
 Malbec with highlights of cherry, and the highly anticipated 2003 Proprietor's
 Reserve Serendipity with its perfect composition of fruit and earth.
     Visitors can be among the first to taste and take home new releases
 perfect for holiday gifts and gatherings including:
      2003 Proprietor's Reserve Malbec             2003 Sangiovese
      2003 Proprietor's Reserve Cabernet Franc     2003 Merlot
      2003 Proprietor's Reserve Syrah              2003 Riesling classic wines
      2003 Proprietor's Reserve Serendipity        2004 Cab Franc Rose
     Wines are also available for sale online at
     About Maryhill Winery
     Maryhill's unique microclimate in the lower Columbia River Gorge combined
 with the award-winning craftsmanship of winemaker John Haw recently earned
 Maryhill the distinction of  "Washington Winery to Watch" by Wine Press
 Northwest magazine.  Over the past three years, Maryhill has won more than 225
 medals in national and international competitions.  Nestled along Highway 14
 on the eastern edge of the Columbia River National Scenic Area in Goldendale,
 Wash., Maryhill Winery is an easy 90-minute journey from Portland, Ore. and
 Vancouver, Wash. For more information about the winery, please visit or call 509-773-1976.

SOURCE Maryhill Winery