Columbia Crest Red Blend Washington Two Vines Vineyard 10 2007
Once again, the Columbia Crest has created a wine that, especially for $7, is hard to beat. Blackberry and leather nose, featuring ripe berry notes with just a hint of pepper. Soft tannins for a soft finish.Add winemaker's notes
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.
Once again, the Columbia Crest has created a wine that, especially for $7, is hard to beat. Blackberry and leather nose, featuring ripe berry notes with just a hint of pepper. Soft tannins for a soft finish.
External Reviews for Columbia Crest Red Blend Washington Two Vines Vineyard 10
Plush and polished. Not a big wine, but applies pillowy tannins around a core of dark berry and sassafras flavors. Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Sangiovese, Grenache and Mourvèdre. Drink now.
Light and refreshing, with dark berry flavors in an easygoing style, lingering a bit longer than you might expect. Syrah, Sangiovese, Zinfandel, Barbera and others. Drink now.
Lithe and polished, with juicy raspberry and cherry flavors accented by a surprising hint of citrus, lingering intriguingly on the open-textured finish. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and others. Drink now through 2010.
'Th is medium-bodied white wine showcases delicate aromas of orchardfruit and blossoms.Upfront fl avors of apples, pears and melons give wayto a juicy and refreshing fi nish.'
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