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Outdoor Tastings

While the tasting room may be closed during the COVID closure, we will continue to offer tastings to groups up to 5 people. Groups will be seated in a heated canopy tent, though we highly recommend wearing warm attire. We will also have a smaller wine menu offering than usual, so if you have a favorite, please note that in your reservation or call us at 425-485-1097. Our standard appetizer menu with artisanal cheese and meat will also be available. Make your reservation now.

Holiday Cookies and Wine Pairing (Dec 18-20)

Wine Special: 10% off any 3 wines ordered (membership discounts apply)

Holiday Cookie Box: 6 cookies: $12 / 12 cookies: $24



We are teaming up with Batch Baking Company owners, Jared and Scot, who’s 20-year friendship has turned into a delightful partnership. We specially curated a cookie and wine menu just in time for the holidays. Cookies come in a special box, easy to take home or share as a gift.


If you'd like to come into the tasting room (outside heated tent) to enjoy the cookies and wine, we're offering complimentary tastings for two with purchase of a box of 12 cookies. Space is very limited, so reservations will be required. Reserve here.


Tasting Fee $10/person (membership discounts apply/complimentary tasting for 2 with purchase of 12 cookies)


Takeout Orders: call before December 14, and pick up anytime Dec 18-20.

Place your order by calling 425-485-1097 or email info@lobohills.com


COOKIE & WINE MENU

Crystallized Ginger Gingersnap
Spice, punch, sweet. We’ve amped up this holiday favorite in typical Batch Baking Company fashion.
paired with: 2017 Chenin Blanc ($19) or 2017 Petit Verdot ($30)

Rosemary Shortbread
A classic made better, our classic buttery shortbread with a hint of rosemary and sea salt.
paired with: 2013 Syrah-Cabernet Sauvignon ($30) or 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain ($45)

Parmesan Palmier
A savory twist on our puff pastry treats - filled with parmesan cheese and savory spices.
paired with: 2018 Carmenere, Sugarloaf Vineyard, Rattlesnake Hills ($40)

Fig/Cinnamon Palmier
Layers of caramelized puff pastry stuffed with figs and cinnamon for the holidays
paired with: 2017 Cabernet Franc ($30)

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What does “minimal interventionist” mean?

Many wines today are more akin to a twinkie than a loaf of bread. The industrialization of wine production has demanded that wine taste the same year after year, and as such most domestic wine has been shaped by way of chemical additives. We think wine is best when we let it do its thing, so our winemaking techniques are more hands-off, with little to nothing added to the wine during or after fermentation.

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