Ultimate Beverage Challenge 91 points - A crush of red and black berry fruit bursts forth from the glass. In the mouth, it’s deep, brooding fruit with a chewy, savory backbone. Hints of mocha, mint and coffee bean on the finish. (Jul 2015)
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For more than twenty centuries, torrential floodwaters from melting ice-age glaciers sculpted eastern Washington’s Columbia Valley, leaving in their wake deep deposits of sandy, rocky, alluvial soils. Today, framing the Columbia River, broad plains of ancient sediment constitute one of the world’s finest wine grape growing regions.