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“Top 10 Washington Wines of the Month” PaulGregutt.com - January 23, 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 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.
“Silver - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition” Wine Press Northwest - January 7, 2011
90 points Wine Spectator - December 15, 2010
Features firm tannins up front, but the suppleness underneath carries polished blueberry and currant fruit past hints of sage and spice notes. Finishes with grace.
“Regional Trophies - USA. Red wine. (Silver medal)” Decanter Magazine - October 1, 2010
Lush cassis and chocolate nose, with a hint of smokiness. Silky tannins and ripe, rounded fruit on the palate.
91 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2010
The purple-colored 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Cold Creek Vineyard contains 10% Merlot and 3% Syrah and was aged for 21 months in 57% new French and American oak. It displays a bouquet of balsam wood, pepper, rosemary, violets, black currant, and blackberry. More structured than the Canoe Ridge cuvee, it has 3-4 years of aging potential. A bit of patience will be required.