Andrew Will Red Bordeaux Blend Washington Sorella 2005
Andrew Will Winery was started in 1989 and is owned by Chris Camarda. The winery was launched out of a love for wine that Chris had developed while working in the restaurant trade for almost 20 years. Named after the Camardas’ son Will and nephew Andrew, Andrew Will has been a major contributor to the success and notoriety in recent years of Washington State wines. The delightful Sorella 2005 is made from 65% Block I and II Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Merlot, 17% Cabernet Franc and 6% Petit Verdot.
Extremely fruity yet clean and refreshing. Obvious New World style but hass more than the standard fruity bold statement stuff the usual 'less than a tenner wine' tends to show.
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Andrew Will Champoux 2005: in Barriques gereift (21 Monate), empf. Trinktemperatur 16-18°C, etwas Zeit geben zum Atmen!,Jahrgang: 2005Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: Washington StateWeingut: Andrew Will WineryRebsorte: 45% Cabernet Sauvignon20% Cabernet Franc30% Merlot5% Petit VerdotRestzucker: trockenRestsäure: 6,25 g/LiterAlkoholgehalt: 14,25 % Rotwein
The 2005 Champoux Vineyard is made up of 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Petit Verdot. Purple-colored, it delivers an alluring perfume of pain grille, spice box, and violets. On the palate, it is layered, intense, and powerful. Its impeccable balance should allow it to evolve for up to a decade and drink well through 2030.
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