News & Reviews

Chilled 100 Spirits Awards

    • Feather & Folly Gin – 93 (New World/Botanical Gin Category)


ADI International Spirits Competition

  • Feather & Folly – Bronze
  • Feather & Folly – Best Spirits Label: Gold Medal Excellence in Packaging


2023 Experience Rosé Wine Competition

  • The largest rosé competition in the U.S.. The results included 4 Best of Show awards, 10 Best of Class designations, 22 double gold and 55 gold medals. 


    • Goose Ridge 2022 Revelation Rosé, Goose Gap
      • Double Gold, Best of Class, 96 points
      • Notes: Herbaceous, confectionary, clean finish, light raspberry.


2023 International Women’s Wine Competition

  • Nearly 1000 wines were entered in this year’s competition. Judges awarded a total of 7 Best of Show awards, 55 Best of Class designations, and 203 gold, and double gold medals.


    • g3 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon, Goose Gap
      • Double Gold, 95 points
      • Notes: sweet tobacco, plum skin
    • Goose Ridge 2022 Revelation Rosé, Goose Gap
      • Double Gold, Best of Class, Best of Show Rosé Wine, 97 points
      • Notes: strawberries, watermelon, solid acidity


“2021 ATG Chardonnay = Double Gold

2019 Vireo = Double Gold

2022 Revelation Rose = Gold

2020 G3 Cabernet Sauvignon = Gold

2021 G3 Chardonnay = Gold

2020 G3 Merlot = Gold

2020 G3 Red = Gold

2020 Artist Series “Sunset Fly Fishing” = Silver

2022 GR Riesling = Silver

2022 GR Sauv Blanc = Silver“

Pacific Northwest Wine Competition


“The aromas bring notes of cornfield, herb and melon. Rounded, fresh, very varietal flavors follow. It’s a Chardonnay prototype at a-can’t-be-beat price.

Wine Enthusiast, Nov 2022


#WineWednesday: Wining and Dining Mom on Her Day

Spending time with Mom this Sunday, May 8? Surely there will be dining involved – maybe even dessert – and serving or gifting an elegant bottle of wine can be the icing on the cake. Uncork these fresh picks that marry superbly with spring fare and consider our pairings from local Texas vintners. Here’s a toast to all the marvelous Moms this Mother’s Day!


Goose Ridge Vineyards

From Columbia Valley, WA, this new must-try collection, known as G3, is turning heads. Estate-grown chardonnay and its red blend are top value hits worth seeking out. ($15)“

Texas Lifestyle Magazine


“The Deal is the 2019 g3 Red Blend from Goose Ridge Vineyard in Washington. The SRP is $15. It is sale priced around $12 and available at most markets.“

Russ Winton, The Modesto Bee


Revelation by Goose Ridge 2021 Rosé (Goose Gap); $18 Find on Goose Ridge.

This is mostly Syrah along with other Rhône varieties. Pale in color, the aromas capture your attention… SEE SCORE AND FULL REVIEW

Wine Enthusiast


g3 Cabernet Sauvignon – A whole lot of depth and intensity to the dark fruit flavors!

Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast


g3 Cabernet Sauvignon – gorgeous! Seriously delicious Cab from Washington State! Still just as good as ever, this is a seriously delicious wine and an amazing value in Cabernet for as low as $12.

Reverse Wine Snob


Vido crafts vodka using grapes sourced from a 2,200-acre estate vineyard located near the Red Mountain AVA in eastern Washington. The vodka is distilled in a 24-plate column still. Grape based vodkas are unusual, but not unheard of. Ciroc is the best-known grape based vodka. Hangar 1 is another, although it is based on a mash bills of grapes and wheat. Grape based mash bills usually have higher sugar levels than those based on cereals. During fermentation, high sugar levels often result in higher levels of glycerin, which carry over into the vodka after distillation, imparting greater smoothness and palate weight. On the nose, the vodka is very floral. It offers up a hint of sweetness, along with some apple and citrus notes and a touch of vanilla. On the palate, it is incredibly smooth and creamy. It is drier on the palate than on the nose, and offers up slight notes of apple and pear, along with some citrus and vanilla and a touch of caramel. The finish is long, smooth and dry, with lingering vanilla and caramel notes and a mild, but persistent, pepperiness.



Washington’s Goose Ridge Estate Vineyard and Winery has entered the spirits market with Vido vodka. The 40% abv spirit is made from wine grapes and distilled using a 24-plate column still; then, the spirit rests for five days before a two-part filtration process that happens over two weeks. Vido is currently available for a suggested price of $34 a 750-ml. in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, and Alaska ahead of a planned national push.

Shanken News Daily


“Washington Winery Launches New Premium Grape-based VIDO Vodka”

Bar Business Magazine


“Smooth texture and creamy style, dry, fresh and long; soft vanilla and a hint of sweetness on the finish; a very lovely effort. Vido should be proud.”

Blue Lifestyle


“What I love about the G3 series of wines by Goose Ridge is that the winery is family owned; the wines are well made and crowd pleasing and you can get the chardonnay, merlot, red blend or cabernet for the same price. This isn’t a wine to impress the annoying wine snob in your life, but you’re supporting a nice family, and you ain’t going to break the bank.”

San Francisco Magazine


“What’s on our table this week was g3. The g3 is a Cabernet Sauvignon from Goose Ridge Vineyards in Washington. The wine has toasted oak aromas with flavors of cherry, plum and spice. It’s a gold medal winner from the Sunset International Wine Competition. The SRP is $15 (less on sale). Goose Ridge also produces Chardonnay, Merlot and a Red Blend. To find the g3, just look for the 3 Goose Heads on its very unique label.”

The Fresno Bee


“Cascadian Outfitters: From Goose Ridge Estate in Columbia Valley and owned by a family with about a hundred-year history of farming vineyards in Washington. the Rosé, Chardonnay, and Red Blend all were of high quality. These wines are promoted as the only canned wines to be sourced from all estate vineyards.”

The Colorado Springs Gazette


“Just in time for pride month, this eye-catching sparkling rosé from the Columbia Valley tastes light, bright and perfect for a celebration. It starts of crisp with a little strawberry and melon, and ends just a tiny bit sweet. Best of all, portions of all proceeds go to the Greater Seattle Business Association Scholars Fund, the largest LGBTQ chamber of commerce in the country.”

Yahoo News & Good Housekeeping

“… The can sleeve looks like a mix between an outdoor store and old fashioned post card with its mountains and Sasquatch silhouette with a wine glass in hand. The Red Blend shows the progress made in canning a red wine while the white flavors are varietaly true and show well. Perfect for an adventure in the woods. Bring an extra can, in case you run into Sasquatch.

Daily Chronicle


Drinking a can of wine in your kitchen after a tough day is great and all, but Cascadian Outfitter’s canned wines are inspired by outdoor adventures. The company offers a Chardonnay, rose, and red blend, all made from fruit from the Columbia Valley in Washington. Cracking open a can will feel super appropriate on your next fishing trip , hike, or sail.



Whether youre craving an on-the-go treat like Cascadian Outfitt ers’ canned rose, a fizzy sip such as Underwood’ s Rose Bubbles , or something elegant, such as JaM Cellars’ California Cand_y_Qry Rose , we know your athome National Rose Day celebrations will be glorious. Cheers!



“Estate wine in a can? You bet! Bring Cascadian Outfitters on hikes, bikes, picnics, and to all your holiday parties. It is available in Chardonnay, Red Blend, Rose, Sparkling Rose, and Sparkling White to satisfy everyone’s palate at your next party.

Daily Mom


“If there was a single libation to sum up the celebratory, summer fun of Pride, here it is: Sparking Rose. In a can. The berry-forward sparkler is available from Washington state winery Goose Ridge year round but the limited edition Pride can, emblazoned with the rainbow sasquatch, is as rare as the creature itself.



“Sydney Anderson, viticulturist at Goose Ridge Vineyards in Benton City, Wa, said the quality and shelf life of canned are tied to spray programs on the land.

Capital Press


“Cascadian Outfitters Rose Wine – this was a nice, refreshing rose in an easy packaging version perfect for the pool, beach or boat. I tasted notes of ripe berries, stone fruit and citrus. Nice and refreshing.

Dallas Wine Check