Here is a list of some of the menu items we have offered. Food varies seasonally and based on what our farms are producing right now and wine also changes as we continue to introduce new producers. We will work through any allergies with your prior to prepare a great selection of foods and wines. 

SAMPLE vegan or vegitarian menu:

Homemade fresh organic refried beans whole simmered with spice blend - served on our fresh-made organic corn tortillas

Local farm salad ingredients and pictures of cabbages etc. local farm cheeses for the vegetarian

 and beers to photograph-gelato for dessert with local dessert wine


SAMPLE Dinner:

Mixed Greens-Yakima Pear Salad with 5 Spice Pecans, Goat Cheese and Balsamic Vinaigrette

Oven Roasted 4 Potato Blend with Fresh Chives

Power Green Sauté with Roasted Garlic and Grilled Bell Peppers

Wild Caught PNW Salmon Fillets with a Fresh Made Blackberry Sweet Onion compote

Fresh Local Artisan Rolls with Herbed Butter

Coffee, Liquid Planet Hot Tea Asst with condiments and Passion Fruit Iced Tea

Sample Wine Pairings:

Northstar 2014 Premier merlot, Columbia Valley, This Walla Walla winery’s goal is to make the best merlot in the world. Winemaker Merf Merfield has crafted a good argument right here. Extraordinary now, and it will age well for decades.

2. DeLille Cellars 2014 Harrison Hill, Snipes Mountain,  Annually, I find this blend from a top Woodinville winery one of the most interesting wines in the state. This vintage was transcendent and was a whisker away from No. 1.

3. Mosquito Fleet Winery 2013 Reserve 34 cabernet sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley, An extraordinary wine from a tiny producer in Belfair.

4. Fidelitas Wines 2014 malbec, Red Mountain, Arguably Washington’s top malbec maker, Charlie Hoppes has crafted a red that is dark and brooding and is a great expression of the grape.

5. Tenet Wines 2014 GSM, Columbia Valley, The most exciting wines in the Northwest are southern Rhone-style blends, and this Ste. Michelle collaboration with two French winemakers excels.

6. L’Ecole No. 41 2015 Seven Hills Vineyard GSM, Walla Walla Valley, Winemaker Marty Clubb and Co. use estate grapes to craft an extraordinary blend.

7. Grantwood Winery 2015 cabernet sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley, Winemaker/owner Joe Grant keeps producing delicious and affordable reds from this Walla Walla micro-producer.

8. Palencia Wine Company 2014 grenache, Yakima Valley, Victor Palencia is arguably Washington’s biggest talent, and he proves it once again with this delicious red.

9. Thurston Wolfe Winery 2013 reserve petite sirah, Horse Heaven Hills, Prosser winemaker Wade Wolfe is leading the charge with this Rhone red grape, and this example is nothing short of sublime.


10. Clearwater Canyon Cellars 2015 carménère, Horse Heaven Hills Talented Lewiston winemaker Coco Umiker brings in this Bordeaux variety from Phinney Hill Vineyard and turns its grapes into one of Washington’s best wines.

11. Leonetti Cellar 2014 cabernet sauvignon, Walla Walla Valley, The second-generation Walla Walla winemaker continues to make one of the state’s best and most-collectible wines.

12. Chester-Kidder 2014 Red Wine, Columbia Valley, This cab-based blend is part of the Long Shadows project in Walla Walla. Thanks to the talents of winemaker Gilles Nicault, it is among the best in the state.

13. Columbia Crest 2015 Grand Estates syrah, Columbia Valley, The Grand Estates tier has always resulted in great wines at astonishing prices, and this is no exception.

14. Maloney 2015 Phinney Hill cabernet sauvignon, Horse Heaven Hills, Former Ste. Michelle red winemaker Josh Maloney makes one wine a year now, and this astonishing effort is among the best cabs I tasted in 2017.

15. Sequel 2014 syrah, Columbia Valley, - Aussie winemaker John Duvall (of Pensfold fame) is doing great things with Washington grapes under the Long Shadows umbrella.