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FALL 2017 NEW RELEASES


2015 ARNAUT,
Boushey Vineyard Syrah


Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Barrel Score - (94-97)  "A true blockbuster in the vintage is the 2015 Syrah Boushey Vineyard Arnaut. Coming from Dick Boushey’s vineyard in the Yakima Valley, it was completely destemmed (they put 15% of the stems back) and aged in primarily neutral barrels. It boasts an inky purple color to go with spectacular notes of black olives, scorched earth, peppery meats and black currants. With medium to full-bodied richness, gorgeous concentration and a big finish, it tastes like the essence of Syrah from Washington State. I love it!"
- Jeb Dunnuck

2015 LE CORBEAU,
Discovery Vineyard Syrah

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Barrel Score (92-94) - "First made in 2014 and always from a single, one-acre parcel of Syrah vines, the 2015 Le Corbeau (from Discovery Vineyard) sees a touch of whole cluster and is brought up in a mix of puncheon and barrels. The idea here is a terroir-driven cuvee and there are just 150 cases made. Blackberry, currant, crushed rocks and charred meats all give way to a medium to full-bodied, plush, pure and elegant red that has tons of charm."
- Jeb Dunnuck

2016 OLIANE,
Sauvignon Blanc

Winemaker Tasting Notes— "Bright nose of lemon, peach, vanilla honey, fresh straw, and a fresh note of limestone minerality. The palate features notes of citrus, nectarine, more limestone, and hints of pea vine and grilled bread. It is richly textured with a brilliant acid backbone, making it a perfect match for seafood and more. This wine is drinking great now, but will also last 3-5 years in the cellar."
- Chris Peterson