Mack & Schuhle launched United Ink, a new portfolio of wines from the Pacific Northwest. The lineup features four varietals: United Ink Riesling 2020, United Ink Red Blend 2019 and United Ink Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 from Washington’s Columbia Valley, and United Ink Pinot Noir 2019 from the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Sourced from a single vineyard site in the Rattlesnake Hills sub-appellation of the Columbia Valley, the United Ink Riesling label features a Sockeye Salmon, found in prodigious quantities in the Columbia River and its tributaries. Blended from multiple single vineyard sites in Columbia Valley’s Horse Heaven Hills and Wahluke Slope sub-appellations, Union Ink Red Blend produced with 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc features a cougar, native to the Pacific Northwest on its label. The American Bald Eagle, commonly seen all over Washington and Oregon wine country was chosen for the United Ink Cabernet Sauvignon label. Produced from 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc, the grapes for this wine also are sourced from Columbia Valley’s Horse Heaven Hills and Wahluke Slope sub-appellations. Found throughout the vineyard regions of Oregon and Washington, the Black and White Magpie was chosen as the mascot for the Union Ink Pinot Noir label. Grapes for this wine were sourced from vineyard holdings in Oregon’s renowned Willamette Valley and Dundee Hills wine appellations. The United Ink portfolio of wines are distributed nationally with varying suggested retail prices (SRPs): Riesling 2020 a $12 SRP, Red Blend an $18 SRP, Cabernet Sauvignon an $18 SRP and Pinot Noir 2019 with a $22 SRP.
Mack & Schuhle, Miami