The ultimate example of a Washington State Cab to rival Cabernet from anywhere else in the world. Big, rich, lush fruit, bright acidity and beautiful structure. The depth is incredible here. One serious Cabernet that has plenty of up front fruit to drink now, while patience will pay off down the road.
The Corvidae Rook was made to showcase the world-class Merlot grown in the cooler, higher elevation sites located in the Columbia Valley. The wine was aged in mostly neutral French oak to keep the bright fruit flavors lively. Showing red...
Dark purple-black color. Aromas of dark berry fruit, black cherry cola, dried herbs, clove spice, and a thread of black licorice and bacon fat. In the mouth this wine is full, leathery and sappy and tart with noticeable tannins. The...
A mouthful of rich dark cherry fruit, spice and toasty oak. Fresh and vibrant, there is a lot of wine here for this price.