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88 points - “Highly Recommended” California Grapevine - March 1, 2010
Medium to medium-dark ruby; attractive, intense, plummy, blackberry fruit aroma with notes of dill and graphite; full body; forward, rich, concentrated, cedary, slightly jammy, ripe blackberry fruit flavors with a supple mouthfeel; medium-full to full tannin; lingering aftertaste.
“American Wine Awards - Best Merlot $20 and under” Food & Wine - October 1, 2009
The 2006 vintage was a difficult one in Washington's rugged Wahluke Slope area. But somehow, the unusually cool, wet spring and hot, dry summer combined to produce this gentle, minty, black-cherry-rich red.
88 points - “Good Value” Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - September 1, 2009
Here is a straightforward Merlot that gets everything right in terms of the agreeable fruit, open richness and supple texture that are the variety's principal virtues. It may not be the deepest or most complex example to be found, but it is eminently tasty with enough spine to keep for a while, and it ranks as nothing less than an out-an-out bargain. Good value.
91 points - “Best Buy” Wine & Spirits - August 1, 2009
Succulent red plum flavors balance this wines' scents of violets and a cool evergreen note. There's plenty of rich flavor and a seductive, chewy texture, all held with poise by clean graphite tannins. For a charred steak
89 points Wine Enthusiast - June 1, 2009
This is a gem—smoky, substantial, packed with sweet, ripe berries and cherries. It opens broad and flavorful, but there’s much more, a density and a steely spine that carries the wine deeper and pushes it into a finish that adds spice, chocolate, mocha and toast. A very fine value.