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Lookout Point Winery NV Blueprint Red Wine, Rattlesnake Hills, $24
George Petzinger sourced two sites in the Rattlesnake Hills, Lonesome Spring Ranch and Two Coyotes Vineyard, for his nonvintage Malbec-based Blueprint Red Wine. The result from this Selah, Wash., boutique producer is an inky purple drink of purple and blue fruit as blackberries, blueberries, plums and black currant are finished with a bit of spice and smooth tannins. This won a double gold medal at the sixth annual Cascadia International Wine Competition, and these wines can be found at Essencia Artisan Bakery in downtown Yakima.
Production: 100 cases