Middleton Family Wines

About Middleton Family Wines

Our family has been working the land since 1898, when we started a lumber business in Aberdeen, on the coast of Washington State. We began with lumber and forestry, and have thoughtfully and gradually expanded our family business to include table grapes, wine grapes, and wine.

Today our businesses are at home in Olympia (Washington, our company headquarters), Hoquiam (Washington – next door to Aberdeen), Walla Walla (Washington), Delano (California), and Paso Robles (California).

Because we’ve had five generations in the family business, we’re interested in building things that will last, for the fifth, sixth, seventh generations, and beyond.

Our wine business includes two wineries: CADARETTA (Walla Walla Valley and Columbia Valley) and INCONCEIVABLE (Columbia Valley and California’s Central Coast).

You’ve landed on the general Middleton Family Wines homepage. This is the place for the media and wine trade to download information and materials, and to contact our company managers. If you’re interested in our wines, please visit our individual winery websites:

> Visit the Cadaretta website

> Visit the Inconceivable website

Downloads

Individual wine tech sheets, tasting notes, acclaim, images, and POS can be downloaded in the Wines and Wineries sections (select above). Find the wine you want and click through to the information or images you need.

Find other recent Sales Tools, Media Info, and Brand Logos/Images HERE.

Can't find what you need? Email info@middletonfamilywines.com

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Best of the Northwest 2017: Cadaretta Golds

Tuesday October 31, 2017

In October 2017 SIP Northwest judges awarded a Double Gold award to Cadaretta Windthrow 2014 and a Gold award to Cadaretta Southwind Cabernet Sauvignon 2014. 530 wines were... Read more >>
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"This Estate always delivers fruit and texture ... "

Wednesday August 16, 2017

One of several great recent reviews of our current-release reds, by Jeb Dunnuck in Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate.

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