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Buty Winery

Buty Wines

When Nina Buty went to Whitman College, did she even suspect that she'd return after school (art history) to start a Walla Walla winery with her husband, local enologist Caleb Foster? Perhaps not- when Nina and Caleb were in college, there were only a few wineries in the area. But in 2001, Nina and Caleb joined the burgeoning industry with the first releases of their lush, intense reds and crisp, complex white wines.

Buty Winery is best known for their red wine, Rediviva of the Stones, named for Captain Robert Gray's ship. Caleb gained much of his experience as a winemaker at Woodward Canyon Winery, and the Buty wines reflect elements of the rich, lush textures and flavors made famous by Rick Small. Sourcing grapes from some of Washington's most sought after vineyards, Caleb has gained a reputation for very small production lots of terroir-driven wines.


Buty Winery Merlot/Cabernet Franc 2012

All of the estate grown Merlot and Cabernet franc are grown in the silt-sands of Conner Lee Vineyard. The two varietals ar...



$44.95 Regular

Buty Winery Rediviva of the Stones 2012

2011 vintage notes: The 2011 Rediviva of the Stones is the first to be made 100% from estate-grown fruit, Rockgarden Viney...



$64.95 Regular

Buty Winery Wildebeest Red Wine 2011

First, a hit of sweet, perfumed black cherry Syrah. Next, the big, dark, meaty notes of Malbec - leather, earth, tar, drie...



$22.45 Regular

Buty Winery Chardonnay Conner Lee 2013

Heady orchard fruit on the front and great minerality that comes out of Washington's Conner Lee vineyard. Pleasantly crea...



$39.95 Regular

Buty Winery Semillon, Sauvignon & Muscadelle 2012

This is Buty's version of a classic white Bordeaux. Flavors include apricot, lemon, grapefruit, lanolin and honey. The no...



$22.95 Regular

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Buty Wine

The Rediviva of the Stones Red is made from grapes sourced from the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Region. Known for its rounded river rocks, this famed area, located on the Oregon side of the Columbia River south of Walla Walla, produces unusually distinctive and delicious Syrah grapes, used with skill by Buty in the creation of Rediviva of the Stones.

Captain Gray was one of the first European explorers to travel what is now known as the Columbia River. In 1789 his ship entered the mouth of the river, discovering well extablished Indian villages. He named the river "Columbia's River" after his ship.

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