When I first saw a sign for this winery, I thought it was for a land trust and it never occurred to me that it was a winery. I only got here after Trey Busch recommended it. "Trust me!," Steve said to Brenda or whatever his wife's name is and that was the beginning of Trust winery. Steve Brooks and his wife are refugees from the corporate media world of Atlanta, Georgia. So far Steve has made three wines - a Riesling, a Rose and a Syrah. The 2006 Columbia Valley Riesling is a well made solid wine in an almost dry style. The 2006 Cabernet Franc Columbia Valley Rose is also well made and typical of most Washington State Rose, but not as dry as I like it. Steve says that if his 2005 Columbia Valley Syrah were a book, it would be called "Heart of Darkness." It is indeed dark and deep and big, but it is not lush and round like so many Walla Walla Syrahs. It definitely not a fruitbomb. In fact, it is made in an odd style. Big and deep (14.2% alcohol), but kind of flat in shape and sort one or two dimensional. All these wines are great first efforts and it appears that Trust is off to a good start.