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2012 Malbec – $28
Layered aromas of cherries, red licorice, dried figs, strawberry jam and cinnamon give way to a palate full of gorgeous dark fruit, mocha, and strawberries laced with vanilla and spice. Soft, subtle tannins deliver a wonderful lingering finish.
2013 Barbera – $20
Enjoy this soft and easy, medium bodied Italian varietal, which offers aromas of black cherry and spice. Pair with “Cucina Italiana”, and savour this wine with your favorite tomato based sauces.
Double Gold-Savor NW
Gold-Seattle Wine Awards-
90pts-International Wine Report-
2013 Reserve Malbec – $38
Aged in new oak, this Malbec offers fruity aromas of blackberry, grapefruit, dark chocolate, and vanilla.
Gold- Savor Northwest
2013 Cabernet Sauvignon-$36
Cabernet grapes were sourced from two different vineyards with distinct terroir. The light, fruity characteristics of the Dwelley Vineyard fruit, blended with the structured, dark fruit from Bacchus Vineyard produced this age-worthy Cabernet.
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon “Francine” -$38
Fermented & aged in a 700L Rotary Micro-Fermenter, this delicious Cabernet Sauvignon will age beautifully for years to come.
Gold-San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2014 Merlot- $30
Aromas of dark plum, currant, cocoa and spice that are followed by generous, textured and full blue and black-fruit flavors that bring a lot of hedonistic appeal. Coffee flavors linger on the finish.
2014 Syrah- $30
Aromas of dark chocolate, currant, and spice that are followed by generous, textured and full blue and black-fruit flavors that bring a lot of hedonistic appeal. Pairs beautifully with grilled meats of all kinds.
91 pts- Wine Enthusiast
The days are getting shorter and there is a coolness to the morning breeze. What a welcome change after the record heat of summer. While the heat and drought may have been less that pleasant for some of us it has resulted in some apparent benefits to the wine grape crop. Harvest has been 1 to 2...