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“Bargain Wines” Wine Press Northwest - March 22, 2011
Think black cherries on the tongue with leather and spice aromas.
Northwest Palate - March 1, 2011
Scents of tobacco, earth and dried cherries provide a slightly savory aspect on the nose. Plump and full on the palate, flavors of ripe cherries and blackberries combine with mocha and a sense of cigar box spice to give a rich and satisfying taste. Sufficient acidity and plenty of furry tannins add ample grip, while the finish is full and medium-long.
“Outstanding” Wine Press Northwest - March 1, 2011
One seemingly cannot go wrong with a Cabernet or a Merlot made from this vintage by red winemaker Joshua Maloney and his boss, Bob Bertheau. It's supercharged with some Syrah and Malbec which give it aromatics of raspberry, pie cherry, medjool date, saddle leather and chocolate. There's a supple opulence on the approach as currants, cherries, chocolate and spicy tobacco play out in a medium structure with easy tannins...
The World - February 1, 2011
We liked this well-made merlot from Washington state for its exuberant fruit. Syrah and malbec are blended with the merlot to give the wine more dimension for forward fruit character. Black cherry and cola flavors with a silky mouthfeel.
89 points Wine Spectator - November 15, 2010
Ripe and spicy, showing a violet petal edge to the lingering currant and dusky herb flavors.