Third bottle of the night and the second time I've had this wine. Honestly, it didn't stand-up like it did before. Maybe it's because it follow Opus Overture and a 2010 Coho Headwaters. Very good wine, but tonight it felt less refined, over Oaked, and spice / tannins that weren't as well integrated as I would have hoped. — 5 years ago
This is an interesting wine. Plum and caramel on the glass. Long legs. Lots of body. Almost smells like port, the alcohol is definitely noticeable.
Spicey, big tannins, I think it tries to be fruit forward but isn't. Again, it tastes like a red blend infused with about 10% tawny port. — 5 years ago
Admittedly, I am partial to Washington State reds. This Cabernet is an outstanding value for under $17. It reminds me of Hedges Estates Red Mountain Red Blend.
Very long legs. Plum and caramel colors with a full body in the glass.
Rounded rich of sweetness to match deep wood berries and evolved tannins on the palate. Very much in line with WA state reds of the last few years, but comes together more balanced than most, especially after 45 min in a decanter.
I will drink this again soon. — 5 years ago
First wine of the night and what a great way to start. This non vintage, proprietary red blend is balanced and smooth with tons of oak. Beautiful in the glass with long legs, it's got just the right about of spice and fruit. It's layered and complex, but not quite refined to truly take it to the next level. I really enjoyed this, but as much so say I did it as to do it again. — 5 years ago
Very good Rose for the price. A little muted, but smooth, balanced, and lively -- very decent every day wine with hints of strawberry and mineral twist. — 5 years ago
Really good wine for the price. Like golden delicious color. Not too sweet and with just enough hints of butter to make it interesting. Great everyday Sauvignon Blanc. — 5 years ago