Trio of Heavy Hitting Reds - Special for Month of April 2019
:Nota Bene Special for the month of April!
Heavy Hitting Reds at 50% Off Regular Price for Wine Club members (Only $47.50); 30% Off Regular Price for Non-members (Only $66.50)!
Wine Club - enter the coupon code 'halfprice' during checkout to receive the discount.
Non-members - enter the coupon code '30percent' during checkout to receive the discount.
We are offering this vertical trio of heavy hitting wines as a sort of spring training exercise. Try three completely different reds from us at a dinner party or have your own home red training session. These wines won't disappoint you.
2012 Cabernet Sauvignon - Dineen Vineyard - Yakima Valley, $35
The wines from Dineen Vineyard are heavy with black cherry flavors that seem to define this location just north of Zillah. With about 1600' of elevation, they are our last grapes harvested every fall. You can count on this year after year.
Wine Advocate Review
The 2012 Dineen Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon comes from a cooler site on the western end of the Yakima Valley and is 100% Cabernet that spent 22 months in 25% new French oak. It’s a perfumed, medium-bodied, fresh and focused 2012 that has outstanding complexity in its floral, violets, spice and purple fruit-driven bouquet. It’s beautiful today, yet should cruise for at least a decade. Drink: 2016-2026 - Jeb Dunnuck (March, 2016)
2013 Malbec - Heart of the Hill Vineyard - Red Mountain, $30
Malbec on Red Mountain is so much like the wines we love from Argentina, full bodied, soft, and rich in the finish. The mass of heat units on Red Mountain burns away any green flavors and allows the fruit to shine.
2013 Mourvèdre - Heart of the Hill Vineyard - Red Mountain, $30
I've come to appreciate Mourvèdre so much more since experiencing the wines we've made from Heart of the Hill Vineyard. Red Mountain is just blessed with the soil and weather it takes to ripen this grape. Exotic dark spices run beside dark fruit and finish with that Rhône savory essence also found in Syrah.