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90 points - “Excellent Cabernet Sauvignon ” Wine Spectator - October 14, 2011
90 points. Firm in texture, with chewy tannins around the core of tobacco-accented currant and floral flavors, finishing with finess.
“Top 10 Northwest Wines of the Month - #5” Unfiltered Unfined - September 30, 2011
Tight, dense, and cassis-laden, with an appropriate hint of herb.
90 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2011
The 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon Cold Creek Vineyard spent 21 months in 82% new French and American oak. A glass-coating opaque purple color, it is a brooding offering that reluctantly gives up notes of Asian spices, incense, cedar, leather, black currant, and blackberry. This sets the stage for a dense, layered, and structured wine with 3-4 years of aging potential. Drink this classy effort from 2014 to 2023.
93 points - “Cellar Selection” Wine Enthusiast - May 1, 2011
The Cabernet from Cold Creek is not only old vine, but in terms of tightness and definition, it suggests that it may be one of the most ageworthy wines of the vintage from Washington state. This new vintage blends in 10% Merlot and 3% Syrah, and the wine is detailed with iron filings, pepper, bark, and dried earth notes. The fruit is tight, tart, and racy - a suggestion of wild berry and spicy plum.
4 stars Restaurant Wine - May 1, 2011
The Cold Creek Cabernet is full bodied, fleshy, and lightly tannic; a fairly rich, complex wine, with good depth and length, tasting of tobacco, dried blueberry, oak, toast, and blackberry.