"Hey, kid, rock and roll, Rock on, ooh my soul." This beautiful winery runs along a stretch of steep cliffs above the Columbia River and surrounds the town of Quincy, Washington. In 1951 Sid Flanagan began farming native land near Quincy as part of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project. Four decades later, Sid’s son Terry, with his wife Vivian, founded Ryan Patrick Vineyards, named after their two sons, Ryan and Patrick. Delightful scents of plum, raspberry, red currant and hints of cedar invite you to deep, dark flavors of black cherry, cocoa, and sage. Pair this rocking red with Italian sausage, Havarti cheese, or barley soup.