Our Wine Shop

The Wine Shop at Ruby Magdalena Vineyards

Because of our small production, we use VinoShipper for our fulfillment service. They do not charge you, our customers additional fees and their shipping rates are extremely reasonable. Ruby Magdalena Vineyards can, in this manner, ship direct to consumers in 36 US states. After creating an account on their site (less than 1 minute), verifying that you’re of legal age to purchase wine and filling in shipping and billing details (they DO NOT store credit card info, you’ll have to enter it each time you order) you may order our wines. Please, feel free to shop from the hundreds of wineries that they offer, but of course, keep us in mind as well! All you have to do to get started is click on any “BUY NOW” button on our website or Facebook page!

Spring Barrel Samples

27337143_1821446547928589_2405386136990223589_nThe time has come! Friday, April 20th kicks off Spring Barrel Tasting Weekends here in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA, and to celebrate, we are releasing our barrel sample offer!

One (750 ml) bottle of our current 2013 Estate Tempranillo, one half-sized “split” bottle (375 ml) of our  2016 Estate Tempranillo and one half-sized “split” bottle (375 ml) of our 2017 Estate Tempranillo wines. Tasting/Tech notes will guide you through this exclusive experience.

As this is an extremely limited bottling, with only 24 sets produced, we are limiting  orders to a maximum of two per household.

Our wines are always available through VinoShipper and you can also purchase them online and pick up your wines at the winery, the option is available at checkout. Just let us know! Thanks you so much for your continued interest in our wines!

 

Tempranillo Barrel Samples Vertical Tasting

Ruby Magdalena Vineyards

WA – Rattlesnake Hills

$45.00 ($72.00 MSRP)

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This package deal includes one 750 ml bottle of our 2013 Estate Tempranillo, one 375 ml bottle of our 2016 Estate Tempranillo (stored in barrel for 15 months), pulled directly from the barrel, stabilized and bottled for our winemaker to evaluate, and one 375 ml bottle of our 2017 Estate Tempranillo (stored in barrel for only 3 months), pulled directly from the barrel, stabilized and bottled for our winemaker to evaluate. This is a very rare chance to experience these wines side by side, as the winemaker does, to evaluate the progress of the aging in barrel and the development of the wine’s complexity. 

 



Tempranillo, Our Most Popular Red Varietal Wine

TempranilloSpain is the kingdom of Tempranillo! Thick skin gives this grape deep color and rich tannins. Tempranillo is the backbone of the blends of Rioja. With flavors of spice, leather, tobacco leaves, and sometimes strawberry, this variety is both austere and complex. No wonder it is finding its niche with the American public.

2012 Tempranillo
Ruby Magdalena Vineyards
WA – Rattlesnake Hills
Size: 750ml   $34 / bottle

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Garnacha Tinta, our Rosé Varietal Wine

Garnacha TintaKnown in France as well as in America as Grenache Noir, this Spanish grape is an important variety throughout the world. In blends of the Rioja region of Spain, it contributes alcohol, and fleshes out the blend with a herbaceous and often times strawberry component. This grape really shines when used to produce a dry or off dry rosé as in Provence or the Bandol region of France as well as many Spanish rosés.

2014 Rosé of Garnache
Ruby Magdalena Vineyards
WA – Rattlesnake Hills
Size: 750ml   $14 / bottle

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Graciano

Red Varietal Wine to be released in 2018

GracianoThis variety has a delicate yet persistent aroma with notes of red fruit, mint, and pepper. It is native to the Rioja region of Spain where it is used as an accent to the other major grapes of the regional blend. Despite the delicacy of its aroma, it can contribute a surprisingly powerful and spicy flavor component. We hope to release a varietal Graciano wine in Mid 2018.


Orange Muscat

La Petirroja Dessert Wine to be released in 2018

2016-05-05 (11)Although not Iberian, this variety really shines in the Venito of Italy (where it is known as Moscato Fior d’Arancio) where its floral, orange blossom aromas lend delicacy to their wines. Planted at RMV in 2011, we will see our first small crop in 2015, and release an estate dessert wine in late 2018! We are hoping to produce a wine with the complexity of Italy’s Vin Santo, a favorite of ours.


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