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All posts tagged "Red Mountain"
Upchurch Vineyard 2016 Counterpart Red Wine, Red Mountain $50
Chris Upchurch calls his Merlot-dominated red blend “Counterpart,” blending Merlot (65%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (35%) drawn from his estate Red Mountain vineyard into the 2016 version. Its Merlot backbone shows in its blackberry and blueberry aromas, with...
- Posted March 31, 2019
Finn Hill Winery 2014 Le Beau Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain, $30
Wine Press Northwest’s Washington Winery to Watch in 2016 celebrated its 10th anniversary last year, and this Cab by Rob Entrekin proved to be one of the most decorated in state during 2018. It began Oct. 18...
- Posted March 24, 2019
Auction of Washington Wines selects 2019 honorary grower, vintner
Historic contributions by the Red Mountain wine industry will be in the spotlight for the second straight year at the Auction of Washington Wines with Scott Williams of Kiona Vineyards chosen to serve as the 2019 Honorary...
- Posted March 15, 2019
TruthTeller Winery 2014 The Confidante Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain $45
Owner/winemaker Chris Loeliger wisely relies on Red Mountain’s pioneering Williams family for the opening chapter of his reserve Cab program. He not only invested in fruit from their Kiona Vineyard but also their Heart of the Hill...
- Posted December 17, 2018
Andrew Will Cellars 2009 Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Red, Red Mountain
Chris Camarda launched Andrew Will in 1989 in Seattle, then later moved it to Vashon Island, a short ferry ride from the West Seattle neighborhood of Fauntleroy. Today, there are three wineries on Vashon. Camarada began buying...
- Posted December 13, 2012