White wines are a summer classic, but you may be bored by now. It has been a long, hot summer. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. The dead of summer calls for diaphanous r...Read more »
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The overall climate of the AVA is typical of the Yakima Valley; cooler to the west and warmer as you move east. Warm summer days and cool evening temperatures help to preserve acidity in the grapes. Proponents also mention that the Rattlesnake Hills themselves provide winter protection from icy Arctic blasts Read more »
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|Region:||USA » Washington » Yakima County » Rattlesnake Hills|
- Snoothrank: Avg. Price $82.50
- Avg. Price $169.98
- Avg. Price $106.40
- Snoothrank: Avg. Price $69.99
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Soft floral aromas and cinnamon spice on top of ripe red fruit notes of cherry and raspberry with a slight green note. A bit darker in the mouth, turning towards black fruit notes of black cherry and black currant, strong tannins wash in and grip the palate with fierce acidity, dark chocolate and dried plum and a finish of bluMoniker Pinot Noir ... Read More
Yeah vinOvinO, I bit too. An eclectic mix I think.Cabot Vineyards - Aged Zins 6pk - 2ea 2007 Zinfandel Tributary, 2009 Zinfandel Tributary, 2009 Klamath Cuvée Ladd Cellars - Mixed 3pk - 2012 Anderson Valley Pinot Noir, 2012 Moore Ranch RRV Pinot Noir, 2010 Moore Ranch RRV Pinot NoirVeleta Wines - Reservas Trio - 2ea 2010 Veleta Noladós, 2009 Ve... Read More
I try to do something "different" for the weekend. That usually ... the Dineen Vineyard in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA. There was a killer case deal on this wine a year or so back where I was able to get it for about $8 / bottle. For me, that was a total score because I think this is the best wine Palouse makes (even thought it is not the most ... Read More
Day 3:EpochGroup vote: yesNotable wines: 2010 Estate Blend (GSM), 2012 Epoch WhiteFor my palate, these were probably my favorite wines of the day. And I think I’m going to go out on a limb and say my favorite setting, too. It doesn’t have the views of the hills. It’s more the feeling of being tucked in the forest. With the cutest bathrooms ... Read More
love this chocolate cherry. luscious red fruits and slightly toasty. Read More
Smooth short finish with slight smoke and Oak on the pallet.Easy to drink without food but works well with cheese Read More
The nose shows earth, tobasco spice and dark fruit. The palate is dark and brooding with dark fruit, sandal wood and pepper with a tart peppery dry finish. Read More
Warm, spicy and a bit hot on the nose with chocolate shavings and cigar box notes accenting red raspberry and strawberry fruit. Soft on entry and nicely filled out with boisterous fruit and oak flavors in the big yet still transparent frame. This offers up nice, slightly jammy, slightly chewy fruit in a fun to drink style that finishes a touch c... Read More
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We had this wine on the Waterways boat cruise on Lake Washington in Seattle. It was delicious. Read More