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Isletage is a trademarked name, owned by the Puget Sound WineGrowers Association (PSWG). This name is intended to help the wine consumer to identify any cool-climate Puget Sound Appellation wine.

Any wine composed of 100% cool-climate Puget Sound grown grapes can use this name. It is properly pronounced "eye-luh-taj".

  • 100% of the grapes used to make the wine must have been grown in the Puget Sound Appellation (AVA) in Washington State. (WA Wine Commision "Regions 101" with AVA map)
  • The term can be used for any blend by any commercial winery. It could be used for a single varietal, however such wines are usually identified by their varietal name, thus it is expected Isletage will only be used for blends.
  • It can be used for any style of wine, white, red, rose', sparkling, sweet dessert-style; no restrictions.
  • In order to use this trademarked name, there are no associated fees. However we do require membership in the PSWG organization, and registration of the products with PSWG. (This includes placement on the Isletage website.)
   Some Puget Sound grapes:
  • Agria
  • Dornfelder
  • Dunkelfelder
  • Madeleine Angevine
  • Madeleine Sylvaner
  • Melon de Bourgogne
  • Mueller Thurgau
  • Pinot Gris
  • Pinot Noir
  • Pinot Noir Precoce
  • Regent
  • Siegerrebe
  • Zwiegelt
For contact information about this trademark or it's use, please visit our sister website Puget Sound Winegrowers, link in left bar.

For information about the wines, please visit "Wines" link in the left bar, and from there the individual wineries website.

For information about the vineyards, please visit "Puget Sound Wine Growers" link in the left bar, and from there the individual wineries website.

For contact about this website, please see PSWG.

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