2010 Malbec - $24

"Malbec is an up-and-comer in the Northwest, particularly in Washington, where we are able to find as many 100 examples. This is a good example of a Washington Malbec, with dense aromas of blackberry, brownie mix and vanilla, followed by flavors of boysenberry and smooth dark chocolate. Its rich midpalate leads to an elegant finish, and we would pair this with flank steak." Great Northwest Wine

Listed as one of a “Dozen Malbecs to Drink Now” by Great Northwest Wine August, 2013.
Double Gold 2013 Seattle Wine Awards

Gold 2013 Northwest Wine Summit 
Wine Spectator 90 points

“Excellent” Great Northwest Wine 2013 

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“It’s somewhat rare to see a nonvintage blend in Washington, but this one is superb. This opens with aromas of boysenberry, clove, blackberry jam and pink peppercorns. On the palate, it unveils big, rich flavors of bold blackberry, ripe plum, caramel corn and even pomegranate. It is a bold wine without being overbearing." 

Wine Press Northwest

Rating:  “Outstanding!”  Great Northwest Wine
Double Gold 2013 Seattle Wine Awards
Gold 2013 Northwest Wine Summit 
2013 Platinum Award Wine Press NW


Tableau - $24

The Lookout Point 2012 Malbec is 100% Malbec sourced from Lonesome Spring Ranch. It is a classic example of the intense flavors Malbec is capable of in Washington State. It expresses aromas of violets, blackberry and fennel with a smooth body and fine tannins. It is an easy to drink wine with enough complexity to complement a wide range of dishes. Alcohol 13.6%. 


Lookout Point Temptress is a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot from Two Coyote Vineyard and Good Earth Vineyard. It has been aged in oak barrels for 5 years. It is a highly concentrated and intense wine with aromas of dried cherries and blueberries, tobacco and dark chocolate. Though richly flavored, it is medium bodied with interwoven tannins that are more spicy than astringent. It best complements dishes with rich sauces and meat.

Rating: "Excellent!" Great Northwest Wine March, 2016

One of "Washington wines inspired by Bordeaux"

By Great Northwest Wine on May 29, 2016    

 Lookout Point 2013 Rosé of Pinot Gris is a light glowing garnet color with aromas of pomegranate and hibiscus. Though Pinot Gris is traditionally a white wine, its grape skins are pigmented and can produce a pale, ethereal rosé given the right conditions. These grapes were sourced from Two Coyote Vineyard in Zillah, Washington. Serve with appetizers, a picnic, or just as an afternoon indulgence. 

2011 Malbec - $24

The Temptress - $24

Lookout Point Winery 2012 Syrah - "This delicious Syrah opens with aromas of raspberry, cocoa powder and rose petals. On the palate, it is dominated by flavors of raspberry, Western serviceberry and elderberry, all backed by elegant, fine-grained tannins. (13.6% alc.)"  Great Northwest Wine

Cascadia Wine Competition 2015 Double Gold 


(By Great Northwest Wine on June 10, 2013)
"This small producer in the town of Selah, Wash., is crafting some superb red wines. This Grenache, in fact, is spectacular, and it is heartening to see this variety perform so well in Washington. This wine opens with aromas of black cherry leather, thyme, raspberry and spice, followed by yummy flavors of Rainier cherry, pomegranate, cranberry and raspberry. Bright acidity and mild tannins make this a great wine for pasta in a red sauce, veal or eggplant parmesan."

Rating: “Outstanding!” Great Northwest Wine
Double Gold 2013 Seattle Wine Awards
Gold 2013 Washington State Wine Competition.
2013 Platinum award Wine Press Northwest
Top 100 Wines of Washington 2013 - Great Northwest Wine

Our 2009 Malbec was produced with grapes from Two Coyote Vineyard southeast of Yakima and has crafted a delicious red. It opens with exotic aromas of lilacs, cola, mocha, cherries and vanilla, followed by flavors of chocolate, sweet dark cherries and pomegranates. It's an appealing wine that will pair well with carne asada or huevos rancheros. (170 cases, 14.2% alc.) 

Wine Enthusiast 90 points

Editor’s Choice, September 2012
Gold and Best of Class, 2012 Next Gen Wine Competition

Lookout Point Wines

Rosé of Pinot Gris - $18

"The contributions of Malbec pop with ripe purple fruit aromas of Marionberry and Damsonplum, which are joined by caramel, chocolate and black olive. Assertive blackberry and sweet pomegranate flavors make for a round and mouth-filling approach joined by supple tannins and pleasing kiss of chocolate. Few Northwest wineries will pursue nonvintage bottlings, and even fewer can match the balance of this." Great Northwest Wine

Rating: “Outstanding!” Great NW Wine May, 2015

90 Points Wine Enthusiast, September 2015 

2011 Grenache - $24 SOLD OUT

2012 Syrah - $30

 Vroum! (Viognier, Roussanne, Marsanne) is a white blend patterned after Southern Rhone white wines. It opens with aromas of hazelnuts and lychee, and citrus flavors of kumquat. Marsanne lends a full mouthfeel balanced with mild acidity. This wine develops its most interesting characteristics when paired with food, in particular cheese. As it breathes, the hazelnut flavors recede and Bartlett pear and butterscotch make their appearance. And with chocolate, expect flavors of marzipan and apricot. 

“Excellent” Great Northwest Wine 2016

2012 Malbec - $24

Vroum - $18

2009 Malbec - $24

Two Coyotes - $24 SOLD OUT

"A beautiful display of oak shows with the nose of dark cherry, Damson plum, chocolate and toasted walnut, followed by an elegant structure of black currant, cherry and president plum. Sandy tannins and blueberry acidity lead to a remarkable finish of cocoa powder. " Great Northwest Wine

Rating: “Outstanding!” Great Northwest Wine 2015
Double Gold, Seattle Wine Awards, 2015

Named one of the Northwest’s top 100 wines, 2015