In the News:

**Seattle Magazine names Lonely Heart Red Wine of the Year.

"Sourced from four great Red Mountain vineyards—mostly from Klipsun and Ciel du Cheval—this Cabernet Sauvignon (90 percent), Merlot (5 percent) and Cabernet Franc (5 percent) blend is bound to become a Washington classic. First picked as tops in the Cabernet Sauvignon more than $65 category, it went on to the Wine of the Year tasting, where it wowed our judges."  Seattle Magazine, August 2014

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**Recent reviews from Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

2012 Dead Horse - 94-96 Points
2012 Lonely Heart - 94-96 Points
2012 Crazy Mary - 92-94 Points
2012 Lost Soul - 93-95 Points
2013 Viognier - 90-92 Points

**Recent reviews from Wine Enthusiast

2012 Dead Horse - 91 Points
2012 Long Haul - 91 Points

2012 Wild Eyed - 92 Points
2012 Crazy Mary - 93 Points
2012 Lost Soul - 92 Points

**Mark Ryan Winery has been named one of Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries in the World - the third year in a row Mark Ryan Winery has made the list.

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**Paul Gregutt of Wine Enthusiast
names Mark Ryan Winery one of the new
"Cult Wineries" of Washington State.

"The acknowledged godfather of the burgeoning Woodinville wine scene, Mark Ryan McNeilly is a tall, disheveled, gregarious, instantly likeable winemaker, and his wines follow suit. They ride big in the saddle, with jammy fruit, generous oak and relatively high alcohol. With names such as Dead Horse and The Dissident, these are wines with attitude." Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast, July 2011

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**Mark McNeilly of Mark Ryan Winery named Seattle Magazine's 2011 Winemaker of the Year.

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