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In our humble estimation, Washington state provides a delicious foil against the high price of Napa Valley and or Bordelais offerings for lovers of top quality claret or claret-inspired wines, but with the added advantage of own-rooted vines. It may also be observed that most wherever one can successfully grow high-quality apples, one can also successfully grow fine wine grapes.

 
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2008 Col Solare Columbia Valley Red Wine 2008 Col Solare Columbia Valley Red Wine
From an extended vintage that saw solid hang time, the 2008 Col Solare (67% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 3% Syrah) shows a cool, elegant profile with black currant, mineral, smoke, wild herbs and graphite along with a medium to full-bodied, fresh and pure palate. Featuring clean, integrated acidity and a layered, pure profile, it has the structure to continue evolving gracefully for another decade or more. Drink: 2013-2023. Rated 93. ‑ Jeb Dunnuck, Robert M. Parker, Jr.'s The Wine Advocate Issue 207, June 2013
$50.00 the bottle  $255.00 the case of six

J. Bookwalter Subplot № 26 Columbia Valley Red Wine 2010 J. Bookwalter Subplot № 26 Columbia Valley Red Wine
Bookwalter Subplot has done gone vintage-dated: № 26 is comprised of 54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Malbec, 14% Merlot, 8% Syrah, 6% Cabernet Franc, 2% Zinfandel and 1% Grenache, all now from the 2010 vintage from vineyard sites in the Columbia Valley, Horse Heaven Hill, Red Mountain, Wahluke Slope and the Yakima Valley. The wine demonstrates complex claret-like aromas suggesting black cherry and plum, tobacco leaf, cedar and spice and eastern Washington state winegrowing desert dust; polished and rich, velvety-textured; medium to full-bodied, flavorful and well-structured, delivering a whole wallop of cool claret, Pacific Northwest-style, with invigorating warmth, power and presence to spare.
$14.99 the bottle  $152.88 the case


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