Celebrating our roots
No Girls was originally founded as a collaboration between Cayuse Vineyards' owner and vigneron Christophe Baron and general manager Trevor Dorland. Since the No Girls Project was launched, the wines have earned routinely high accolades, with Wine Spectator calling the 2009 vintage “some of the best Washington wines ever rated” by the magazine.
The name No Girls represents an appreciative nod to the 1950s and 60s—one of Walla Walla's richest and most colorful eras. It’s a celebration of our history, with very specific roots in one of downtown’s most storied landmarks.
The grapes come from the La Paciencia vineyard, which means patience in Spanish—appropriate since the project was ten years in the making. The vines are tightly spaced and planted on an angle, giving No Girls a personality all its own, and the wines are focused and pure. These are food friendly creations that eloquently express the rocky terroir from which they spring.
Here are our most recent professional reviews. Scores within parentheses indicate barrel samples:
2015 No Girls La Paciencia Vineyard Grenache
...The saline and savory aspect of this wine makes your mouth water and captivates the senses, as this is nearly impossible to put down... —Dr. Owen Bargreen, Washington Wine Blog
2015 No Girls La Paciencia Vineyard Syrah
...very impressive, unfurling in the glass with a wonderfully savory bouquet of tapenade, dark chocolate, bresaola, cassis, currant leaf, potpourri and mandarin oil. —William Kelley, The Wine Advocate
2015 No Girls Tempranillo
...offers ample cedarwood, bloody meat, blackcurrants, and violets aromatics in a rich, full-bodied, beautifully layered package... yet it’s already impossible to resist. —Jeb Dunnuck, jebdunnuck.com
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