“The purity and individuality of true estate wines delights and captivates with the dramatic and distinct differences a few miles or even a few hundred feet can make. Alleromb proudly continues this tradition by sourcing from a single vineyard complex ideally situated to produce wines with elegance, power, longevity and intense perfume...”

- Aryn Morell, Winemaker & Owner

Alleromb is a limited production wine label and personal project of renowned Washington winemaker, Aryn Morell.  A native of Western Washington, Aryn left the state to pursue a career in chemical engineering, but a weekend visit to Napa Valley forever changed his path. Intrigued by both the chemistry aspects of winemaking and the ‘poetry in a bottle’ of wine itself, Aryn jumped into the industry and learned the ropes working at a number of prestigious Napa wineries. In 2007, Aryn returned to Washington to take on a head winemaker at another winery and shortly thereafter launched Alleromb.

Seeking to showcase unique terroir, Aryn crafts each of Alleromb’s wines from one of three estate vineyards located high in the Frenchman Hills near the center of Washington state’s Royal Slope region. The vineyards are sustainably farmed and at elevations run from 1,365 ft to 1,640 ft—they are some of the highest plantings in the Columbia valley.

Featured Wines

2010 Cabernet Sauvignon

Deep ruby and nearly opaque, this wine offers aromas of red fruit, blackberries, anise, black tea and a hint of bell pepper. Full bodied with structured tannins, the palate reveals flavors of tart red and black fruit, balanced by leather and cigar box.

2012 Cuvee B

The nose on this blend explodes with cassis, dark cherry, dark chocolate and graphite, followed by more subdued fruits on the palate—plum and blackberry—as well as notes of espresso, leather and cigar. Full bodied, with supple tannin.

2014 Chardonnay

Pale golden in color, this crisp Chardonnay presents aromas of brioche, bake pear, green apple and wet stones. It has a silken texture on the palate and flavors of creme brulee, gala apple and pineapple, with a long, lemon-zest finish.

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