Awards

2017 Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival

2015 Estate Pinot Noir - Double Gold

NV Setenta (2015) - Double Gold

2015 Estate Malbec - Gold

2015 Estate Syrah - Gold

2016 Estate Viognier - Silver

2016 Estate Riesling - Silver

2016 Camino - Silver

NV Sacrilege (2015) - Silver

2016 Estate Pinot Noir Rose’ - Bronze

2018 Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival

2016 Estate Syrah - Gold

2017 Estate Riesling - Silver

2017 Estate Pinot Noir Rose’ - Silver

2016 Estate Pinot Noir- Silver

2016 Estate Sacrilege - Silver

2016 Estate Malbec - Silver

2017 Estate Late Harvest Riesling - Silver

 

2016 NOrthwest WINE PRESS

2012 Estate Syrah - Platinum

2012 Setenta - Platinum

2017 North Central Washington Wine Awards 

2015 Estate Pinot Noir - Double Gold

NV Setenta (2015) - Double gold

2015 Estate Malbec - Gold

2015 Estate Syrah - Gold

2016 Estate Viognier - Silver

2016 Estate Riesling - Silver

2016 Camino - Silver

2016 Estate Pinot Noir Rose’ - Bronze 

2016 North CENTRAL Washington Wine Awards

2014 Estate Syrah - Double gold

2014 Estate Pinot Noir - Silver

NV Sacrilege (2014) - Silver

2014 Malbec - Silver

2015 Estate Viognier - Bronze

2015 Estate Riesling - Bronze

2015 Estate Pinot Noir Rose’ - Bronze 

 

Press

 
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Wine of the week NEWSLETTER :: Tunnel Hill Winery NV Setenta

Great Northwest Wine  May 2, 2018  Andy Perdue & Eric Degerman

This Right Bank-style blend leads with Cabernet Sauvignon, followed by Merlot, Malbec and Syrah. The result is a red that opens with toasted notes, ripe red fruit and hints of cinnamon, brown sugar and boysenberry pie. It merited a gold and best of class at the 2017 Wenatchee Wine Awards.

Rating: Outstanding!

 

Wine of the week :: Tunnel Hill Winery 2014 Syrah

The Wenatchee World  Feb 21, 2017  Marco Martinez

This Syrah jumps out of the glass with classic Côte-Rôtie aromas of cured meat and boysenberry. On the palate, it is a hedonistic red with flavors of blueberry, black…

 
The New York Times Sept 17, 2014

The New York Times Sept 17, 2014

A Wine Region flourishes in central Washington

The New York Times     Sept. 17, 2014     By Alison Gregor

...The winery and tasting room are housed in 1930s buildings constructed of stone salvaged from blasting the nearby Knapps Hill highway tunnel; hence, the winery’s name. Denny and Jaclyn Evans, former apple growers, switched to grapes in 2001 and have made a name for themselves with a silky, spicy pinot noir...