Columbia Crest H Chevaux United States Washington Columbia Valley Horse Heaven Hills Red 2009
At Columbia Crest we pride ourselves on delivering handcrafted, superior-quality small-lot wines, as well as affordable everyday Washington wines. Our first release in 1984 started a tradition that has established us as one of America’s most popular and fast-growing wineries.
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Beautiful Cabernet for the price, upfront fruit forward and very mellow and deep. Essense of Strawberry, cherry and Cola. Silky and Velvety and as the description on the bottle says "This wine is elegant yet approachable and complex without being complicated" well said. This is a very satisfying sipping Cabernet.
This is a local wine for me, handy in most stores I shop. 52% Merlot - 43% Cabernet Franc - 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. The folks at Columbia Crest do most all their wine very nicely. This has a strong aroma of blackberry, raspberry and a hint of floral. Very nice deep flavorful entry of blackberry, a hint of raspberry and nice smooth vanilla. The finish is rich and long and a super buy at under $10 dollars
I have had many wines two and three times the price of this one that didn't fare as well. Hints of strawberry, cherry, chocolate, and cola. Not overly complex or complicated, but an easy drinker for regular days.
My Rating 86: Nose well balanced with berrylike flavors, very long. Body:balanced with no outstanding complexity, hint of tannins. Wine shows no hint of Oak aging although the label claims it! But that's not bad. For a wine that cost only $6.50 that a nice deal. Highly recommended everyday wine!!
There's some strawberry and raspberry on the nose. Quite a bit of fruit on the palate. Some nice ripe black cherry. Kind of a fruit bomb. That being said, this drinks more like a zin than a cab. The tannins are a bit weak and the finish, although it has some length, doesn't have much for grip. If it said "Zinfandel" instead of "Cabernet Sauvignon" on the label I might give it a higher rating. The wine itself is actually quite pleasant, but for you big cab fans out there you might be taken aback a bit with the first taste. It just doesn't really feel like a cab at all. If I forget what the label says and just drink the wine I do actually like it quite a bit. It just wasn't exactly what I was expecting.
very satifying... excellent for the price.. definately will get more bottles for my cellar.
Delicious everyday drinker. Well balanced, with a good finish. Red fruits dominate upon tasting.
External Reviews for Columbia Crest H Chevaux United States Washington Columbia Valley Horse Heaven Hills Red
Light in texture, with easygoing currant and plum fruit that's shaded with hints of sage and white pepper. Drink now.
Smooth and appealing for its plum and spice flavors, this is a gentle wine that never raises its voice, but retains a pleasant texture on the finish. Drink now.
Soft, straightforward and appealing for its grapey, slightly foxy fruit, finishing with generosity. Drink now.
This is the best Cab from Two Vines to date. It's got real concentration and fruit flavor, enhanced with the addition of 11% Cab Franc and 7% Syrah in the blend. Berries, cherries, cassis, plums, coffee and smoke filter through the palate, with just a little bite to the tannins. Very impressive.
A Cabernet Sauvignon wine from Washington in USA. 2009 Columbia Crest Cabernet Sauvignon, Two Vines 750ml
In keeping with the Two Vines style, this shows plenty of bright cherry fruit; but thatrsquo;s not the end of it. In fact it is surprisingly deep, polished and supple with good, juicy fruit and real concentration. Itrsquo;s a smooth and polished effort. Where else in the world can they make an $8 Cab this good?
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