In the final fleeting days of summer, it’s time to slow down and find a nice comfy spot to relax and read one of suggested Tinte Summer Reads paired with one of our selected wines.
Our team has put together a fascinating collection of humorous, engaging, intriguing, magical, nail-biting, and informative books that’ll be the perfect companion as you relax, read and sip your way through the final days of summer.
by Madeline Miller
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2020 Viognier
Recommended by Elaina
“The Night Circus”
by Erin Morgenstern
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2017 Malbec
Recommended by Monique
“Born a Crime”
By Trevor Noah
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2017 William Church Blend
Recommended by Heather
“Treachery in Bordeaux”
(The Winemaker Detective Series Book 1),
By Jean-Pierre Alaux, Noel Bälen, and Anne Trager.
Paired with the Tinte Cellars 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon
Recommended by Teresa
“How to Be an Antiracist”
by Ibram X. Kendi
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2018 Malbec
Recommended by Kaitlyn
“Poor Unfortunate Soul: A Tale of the Sea Witch”
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2017 Cabernet Franc
Recommended by Niel
“Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly”
By Anthony Bourdain
Paired with Tinte Cellars 2017 Bishop’s Blend
Recommended by Brad
At Tinte Cellars we “raise a glass for good” to support important causes and organizations. Pride Month reminds us that love is love and together we walk a path towards equity and inclusion.
In 2017 Philadelphia Pride began to use a flag that, from top to bottom, included Black, Brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. The inclusion of the black and brown stripes is meant to symbolize the queer people of color that have done so much for LGBTQIA activism but are traditionally kept out of the narrative of queer liberation and mainstream culture. The “Philadelphia Pride” flag is now an accepted Pride flag around the world as being a more inclusive symbol.
Not many people know that the Pride flag colors represent different concepts in the celebration of Pride. While modern Pride flags do not include all of the original colors, these are the meanings of the colors that remain:
Red = Life
Orange = Healing
Yellow = Sunlight
Green = Nature
Blue/Indigo = Serenity
Purple = Spirit
All June: Tinte Cellars values inclusivity and as an expression of our Pride, 5% of all jcoco chocolate sales will be donated to Gay City and we will accept donations to Gay City online and in our tasting rooms. All month we’ll encourage staff and guests to celebrate and wear Pride colors; our tasting rooms will be decorated with Pride flags; and we’ll shine a light on Pride in our social media messaging. During Pride Weekend, June 25-27, all customers will receive a Pride bracelet (while supplies last).
Tinte Cellars’ is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Corvus Vineyard on Red Mountain in Benton City, Washington.
Tinte Estates Vineyard
Located just three hours east of Seattle, Tinte Estates Vineyard is a five-acre vineyard that produces 15-20 tons of quality fruit each year and features seven distinctive blocks planted in European high-density style. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah, and Mourvèdre are currently being harvested at Tinte Estates Vineyard.
“Nearly 50 years ago, Eastern Washington visionary pioneers saw beyond the sea of sagebrush and imagined lush green vineyards nestled on the arid hills of Red Mountain,” said Tim Gamble, who co-owns the Tinte Cellars collective with his wife, Teresa Spellman Gamble. “Now, with more than 2,000 acres of grapevines, the area is lauded as one of the world’s great wine regions.”
Tinte Cellars produces approximately 4,000 cases of award-winning Washington wine annually and has two tasting rooms near its winery in Woodinville, Washington, and a third tasting room in Seattle’s historic Georgetown neighborhood.
“Tinte has grown a great deal since we started three years ago, even amidst the devastating global pandemic,” said Spellman Gamble. “Our passion for Washington wine and our commitment to strengthening the communities that make our wine has fueled us—and continues to do so.”
Tinte Estates’ crop of wine grapes will continue to be sold by contract and for the production of Tinte Cellars wine, and Andrew Schultz and the team at Brothers in Farms will continue to manage the vineyard, said Gamble.
Tinte Red Mountain Retreat
“Our current project is refurbishing the Tinte Red Mountain Retreat,” said Spellman Gamble. “Tinte’s four-bedroom, short-term vacation rental property is nestled in the vineyard and boasts expansive views of Red Mountain, Horse Heaven Hills, and the Yakima Valley.”
The Tinte Red Mountain Retreat will be available for guests in late 2021.
Tinte Cellars does not have plans to open a tasting room on Red Mountain but plans to host pop-ups and vineyard tastings throughout the year.
Tinte Tunes is a tremendous hit so we’re extending the season and hours at both locations! Join us for Tinte Cellars’ third annual Tinte Tunes summer music series featuring live performances by local musicians!
We hope you’ll join us each week for Tinte Tunes on Thursdays & Fridays through October 29th:
• Thursdays in Seattle – Georgetown (6-9pm)
• Fridays at our Woodinville Warehouse District Winery (5-8pm)
Enjoy Tinte Cellars wine, support talented local musicians and relax with family or friends. Reservations required for groups of 7 or more. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at the following number listed to make your group reservation. Woodinville: 425.659.9463 | Seattle: 206.829.9941
NEW WINE RELEASE & NEW HOURS! We’re proud to announce we’re releasing two incredible new wines: 2020 Rosé of Counoise and 2020 Sauvignon Blanc on Saturday, May 1st at our Seattle- Georgetown and Woodinville- Hollywood Hill tasting rooms.
We’re also excited to update our tasting room hours effective May 1, 2021 to better serve you!
Woodinville- Hollywood Hill
Tuesday- Thursday: 12-6pm