Corvidae
(´kör·ve´de)
A family of large birds in the order Passeriformes having stout, long beaks; includes the crows, jays, and magpies.

CORVIDAE WINE COMPANY
Corvidae is the Latin name for the family of birds that includes the Crow, Raven, Jay and Magpie. These "dark" birds are everywhere in the vineyards of Eastern Washington. Their reputation as crafty, adaptable, and somewhat dubious characters is a fitting icon for our suspiciously terrific value wines from this region. The geology and climate here yields rich, complex fruit, with luscious fragrance and bright acidity.

So be wise like the crow and enjoy these great  wines from the Pacific Northwest.