Klinkerbrick 2009 Old Ghost: Elegant indeed. With aromas of mocha, brambleberry and exotic spice, this full-bodied wine displays layers of dark fruit on the palate, finishing with a rich, velvet texture.
It’s a great option for stuffed pastries (with chicken or vegetables for example), and all sorts of quiches. Pinot Noir is one of the most versatile varieties there is. It goes well with fish, poultry, pork and lamb. Creamy sauces and spicy seasonings are also an excellent choice.
Owen Roe Wine - Anything from here is good. Syrah Ex Umbris is a great value. The 2009 Yakima Valley Red Wine is great too. They need better images on their site, but hey, they're wine makers, not web developers. :-)