our wines


SBYV152015 Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley – $16.99 

The 2015 Lobo Hills Sauvignon Blanc is a quintessential food wine. Coming from the vineyards of Lonesome Springs Ranch and Airport Ranch in the Yakima Valley AVA, this sauvignon blanc lifts with aromas of lemons, grapefruit, apple and kiwi. The full, rich mouthfeel has a surprising updraft of acid, which refreshes the palate, yielding gently to flavors of honeydew melon, stones and alfalfa. The wine was aged on the lees for months, stirred twice monthly, prior to bottling. PRODUCTION: 438 cases / Available: SOLD OUT


2015 Dry Riesling, Yakima Valley – $15.99 

This dry Riesling was slow fermented on yeast cultivated from Alasce, France. This produced a range of lovely aromas: apricot, red delicious apples and chamomile tea. This wine fills the mouth giving way to a rising bright apricot, coconut and pineapple acid splash. Production: 33 cases / Available: SOLD OUT


PGR152015 PGR White Wine, Yakima Valley $16.99

PGR is a blend of pinot gris, gewürztraminer and riesling. This year we went a little drier and a little heavier on the gewürztraminer (well 1-2% heavier). This wine has a happily complex nose wafting aromas of apricot, ruby grapefruit, white blossom, pineapple and pluot. The palate is well structured with framing acid and flavors of apricot, peach and stone on the palate. Production: 288 cases / Available: 140

Rose152015 Cabernet Franc Rose, Yakima Valley $15.99

The Cabernet Franc Rose is a rich and complex rose, aged on the lees. It opens with aromas of cherries, pepper, strawberries and anise. The palate blends food-friendly acid with gentle notes of cranberries, rose and cherries. As with our sauvignon blanc, this wine was aged on the lees for months, stirred twice monthly, prior to bottling. Production: 450 cases / Available: 47


2014 Right Bank Blend Red Wine, Columbia Valley $19.99

The 2014 Right Bank Blend is 83% Merlot,  11% Malbec and 6% Cabernet Franc. This wine, aged in mostly neutral oak, deliveries unadorned fruit rounded by soft wood tannin. Lobo Hills’ trademark acidity assures it can abide any succulent food pairing. Aging: Best in five years; consume in 15 Production: 400 cases / Available: 274

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2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley – $24.99

The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon (blended with malbec – 5%, cabernet franc – 5% and petit verdot – 5%) has lovely aromatics of tea, cassis, anise and blackberry. On the palate, this cabernet sauvignon is carefully balanced with a refreshing acidity that will pair well with food. The wine leaves a lingering aftertaste that includes flavors of licorice, cherries and blackberries. The cabernet sauvignon came from Elephant Mountain and Lonesome Springs Ranch. AGING: Best in 15 years – PRODUCED: 500 cases / AVAILABLE: 316

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SB LSR 142015 Sauvignon Blanc, Lonesome Springs Ranch, Yakima Valley, $21.99 

The 2014 Lonesome Springs Ranch Sauvignon Blanc was fermented and aged in a concrete egg imported from France. This earthen vessel breathes into the wine softness, elegance and creamy textures unmatched by oak or steel vessels. The wine was cool fermented and then aged on the lees for seven months, stirred regularly. Production: 40 cases / Available: SOLD OUT

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2014 Chenin Blanc, Roth Rock Farm, Yakima Valley, $21.99  

This is not a sweet, Washington-state style Chenin Blanc. This wine is an ode to the delicious French and South African style chenin blancs. This is a dry and lush Chenin Blanc, opening with aromas of honey, stones, white blossoms and lime. On the palate, it is rich and full with flavors of apricot skins, honey and lime. The wine was fermented cool in a 500-gallon-refrigerated tank, then aged on the yeast lees for 11 months. The tank was hand stirred every other week for four months then once a month for the next three months. At seven months, the wine was transferred by the bottom valve (a dirty rack) into a smaller stainless steel tank and a 187-gallon concrete egg. We continued to stir the wine by hand until it was prepared for bottling in August 2015. PRODUCTION: 130 cases / Available: 23 cases

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2014 Dry Gewurztraminer, Lonesome Springs Ranch, Yakima Valley, $19.99 

The 2014 Dry Gewurztraminer is a gentle wine, softly floral with notes of allspice, lychee and gooseberry. The wine has a textural component with roundness and lingering flavors of gooseberry and white blossom. This wine started out as a wild fermentation but then the wine was inoculated with an Alsatian yeast. After the yeast flatlined in the tank, the wine was racked and then aged for another four months prior to bottling. Production: 60 cases / Available: 30 cases


2014 Cabernet Franc, Lonesome Springs Ranch, Yakima Valley – $29.99 

We release a very limited quantity of 100% cabernet franc each year. We approach this grape very gently, limiting our punchdowns during fermentation, aging the wine in neutral wood (to minimize wood spice flavors) and using lees work to soften the mid palette. This wine exudes flavors of raspberries, blueberries, white pepper and black olives. It was bottled unfined and unfiltered. Production: 85 cases / Available: 54


2012 Right Bank Blend, Lonesome Springs Ranch, Yakima Valley, $34.99 

Our attempt, with this wine, was to deliver a classically fashion blend ala the Right Bank in Bordeaux, France. This Lonesome Springs Ranch blend is 71% Merlot and 29% Cabernet Franc, aged in 50% new French oak, for nearly two years. This wine delivers dark clay notes in the beginning then opens into a rich jammy nose with elements of dark cherries, dried raspberries, licorice and pepper. In the mouth, the wine has a full and rich mouthfeel, lingering well after the wine has been swallowed. Truly drinkable but exceptional in 2017. Production: 102 cases  / Available: 74 cases

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2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Tapteil Vineyard, Red Mountain, $44.99 

The 2011 Left Bank Blend from Lonesome Springs Ranch was made via the old-world field blend method, which means that the cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot were harvested together, crushed and destemmed together and then fermented and aged in new French oak for 20 months – together. Ten percent merlot from Lonesome was added too. This is a one year, one vineyard expression wine. It smells wonderfully of black plum, olive, anise, bacon and cloves. In the mouth, the wine delivers on our trademark acidity, but lingers with flavors of clove and blackberries drenched in a light carmel-vanilla sauce. Production: 48 cases  / Available:  5 cases

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2014 Petit Verdot, Stonetree Vineyard, Wahluke Slope – $29.99

The 2013 Petit Verdot vanished quickly. Petit Verdot is a rare Bordeaux varietal that packs an incredible amount of flavor inside of its little (petit) green (verdot) body. They call it little green because it is usually one of the last grapes to ripen in the field. This wine received four punchdowns a day and then was aged in new and used French oak for two years. The first year, it was lees stirred monthly to enrich the wine and balance. The wine has flavors of blackberries, golden raisins, black tea, molasses and cedar. It was bottled unfined and unfiltered. Production: 88 cases  / Available: 70

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2012 Syrah-Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope – $34.99 

The 2012 Syrah-Cabernet Sauvignon is a rich, lush and opulent wine that coats the mouth and tongue and lingers long after you have swallowed. The syrah comes from the Wahluke Slope’s famed Stonetree Vineyards and the Cabernet Sauvignon from Aranises Vineyard. Fermented in small one-ton fermenters, the wine was punched down three times a day before being pressed and racked into barrels for two years. The wine is full of aromas and flavors of figs, mint, cigar tobacco, dates and creamy chocolate. PRODUCTION: 99 cases  / Available: 37 cases

SY SP 132013 Spilya Vineyard Syrah, Yakima Valley $29.99  

The 2013 Syrah from Spilya Vineyard is rich, opening with aromas of tobacco, sage lavender, fig and blackberry. Spilya Vineyard is farmed by world-class grower, Larry Pearson of Tapteil Vineyard. He has provided grapes to some of the state’s more famous producers over the years. PRODUCTION: 121 cases / Available: 100


STSY132013 Syrah, Stonetree Vineyard, Wahluke Slope $29.99  

This wine comes from one of Washington state’s top vineyards: Stonetree. The wine was fermented in a one-ton fermenter and pressing was done after the cap had dropped. The wine was then aged in new and used French-oak Saury barrels at the medium toast level. After 20 months of barrel aging, the wine was bottled without filtration or fining to preserve the flavors of the soil, the year and winemaking style. This wine exudes flavors of blackberries, olives, tobacco and mushrooms. PRODUCTION: 121 cases / Available: 86 cases

STSY132013 Barbera, Stonetree Vineyard, Wahluke Slope $29.99  

Barbera is an Italian varietal famous for its ageability or quick drinking quaffability. Ours is the former – it is layered, rich and very age worthy. This is 100% barbera from the acclaimed Stonetree Vineyard. It was aged in 50% new French oak and 50% neutral oak. It is big, rich and jammy with loads of raspberries, hazelnuts, black cherry and chocolate. It was bottled unfined and unfiltered. PRODUCTION: 74 cases / Available: 51 cases

Order wine by calling 206-240-9009 or by  emailing Tony at tony@lobohills.com.
We accept cash, check, and credit cards. Wines can be picked up, shipped or delivered if you reside in the Puget Sound region of Washington state. All credit card information is regarded as confidential and private and will be not be retained by the winery unless directed as so. Refunds are given for damaged wine.
Wines can be picked up, shipped or delivered if you reside in the Puget Sound region of Washington state. Wines are delivered within the same week. All credit card information is regarded as confidential and private and will be not be retained by the winery unless directed as so. Refund policy is stated below.
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