Press and Accolades

 
 
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Making Rosé Is A Lot Harder Than It Looks

-Cathy Hyughe. May 23,2019

‘Tis the season!

Summer, that is, which “officially” kicks off this weekend in the US with the annual recognition of Memorial Day. Everywhere we look, we’re inundated with seasonal busy-ness, like end-of-school programs, wedding invitations… See the full article HERE

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Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Top 40 under 40 Tastemakers 2018

Winemaker Ashley Trout was recognized as a trailblazer shaping the future of wine in America by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. 40 winemakers, sommeliers, brewers, distillers, and educators under 40 years old are recognized for redefining the industry as we know it every year, and we were thrilled to be a part of it.

 
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Wine and Spirits “Winery to Watch” 2019

Wine and Spirits named Brook & Bull Cellars one of their “Wineries to Watch” in 2019, writing “In a region dominated by wines of weight and mass, Trout makes red wines that feel detailed and precise, such as her 2016 Columbia Valley Cabernet Franc, a red with the warmth of Walla Walla that’s also bright, edgy and savory.”- P.J.C.

 
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Winemakers on the Rise- Alaska Airlines

“Sometimes a sense of adventure leads you to your destiny”

Alaska Airlines featured Winemaker Ashley Trout as a “winemaker on the rise”, highlighting her commitment to the betterment of the wine industry, her dedication to nuanced, intricate, and balanced wines, and her history of making classic Bordeaux styled wines with geeky Walla-Walla influence.