Seattle Time’s Top 20 Northwest Wines of 2020 Under $20

Precept Wine Captures 3 Spots!

7. Battle Creek Cellars 2018 Unconditional Pinot Noir, Oregon, $18: Roosevelt High grad Sarah Cabot heads up Seattle-owned Precept Wine’s Pinot Noir program in the Willamette Valley, and the Women’s National Football Conference running back finds pay dirt at any price point.

17. Waterbrook Winery 2017 Syrah, Columbia Valley, $19: Many of Walla Walla’s best values come from John Freeman’s cellar, and the sources for this savory Syrah include famed Klipsun on Red Mountain and Precept CEO Andrew Browne’s estate.

20. Washington Hills Winery 2018 Chardonnay, Washington State, $10: Chardonnay remains the most popular wine in the United States, and Precept head winemaker Hal Landvoigt pulls from historic Sagemoor Vineyard for a reserve style California made famous.


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