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Waterbrook Mélange Columbia Valley 2005

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A smooth, velvety style offers a core of cherry fruit surrounded byhints of cinnamon, pepper, autumn leaves and mineral notes. The finishdoesn't quit easily, but this doesn't come off as a big wine. Merlot,Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc and Syrah. Best from2008 through 2014. 16,522 cases made.

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Waterbrook Winery:
Waterbrook Winery in the heart of Walla Walla, Washington is known for producing highly acclaimed wines that boast outstanding quality. Founded in 1984, it was the fourth established winery in Walla Walla and our name was chosen to complement the translation from Nez Perce Indian dialect for the name Walla Walla, meaning "running water." Now in its 25th Anniversary year, Waterbrook has grown fr... Read more
Waterbrook Winery in the heart of Walla Walla, Washington is known for producing highly acclaimed wines that boast outstanding quality. Founded in 1984, it was the fourth established winery in Walla Walla and our name was chosen to complement the translation from Nez Perce Indian dialect for the name Walla Walla, meaning "running water." Now in its 25th Anniversary year, Waterbrook has grown from a family run operation to an internationally recognized leader in Washington State winemaking. With numerous "Top Value" and "Best Buy" reviews, Waterbrook's entire portfolio is consistently awarded for its focus on value and quality and has earned the recognition as "Walla Walla's premium value wine." "Founded in 1984, it established itself as the value brand in the region, a mantle it can claim to this day." - Paul Gregutt, Wines & Wineries: The Essential Guide Read less

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A smooth, velvety style offers a core of cherry fruit surrounded byhints of cinnamon, pepper, autumn leaves and mineral notes. The finishdoesn't quit easily, but this doesn't come off as a big wine. Merlot,Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc and Syrah. Best from2008 through 2014. 16,522 cases made.

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