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Aromas of pie cherries and pomegranate lead to a bright palate full of light spice, juicy raspberry and subtle oak. The finish is soft and elegant very representative of the 2013 vintage.
Bright and clean, the zippy Washington Hills Rainier Red plates itself nicely as a finely balanced red table wine; an excellent ubane, country wine; fresh and frisky aftertaste.
A perfumed nose of black cherry, vanilla and cedar cigar box leading to ripe black fruit infused with clove, black pepper, overripe blackberry, and a hint of dried leaves. The finish is silky smooth with lingering hints of black stone fruit and spice.
Concentrated honeysuckle blossom aromas are echoed by notes of clover honey, apricot, orange blossom and thistle throughout the palate. Notes of honey-dipped apricot linger on the long-lasting finish.
Taste this aromatic wine and you'll discover new fruits and spices with every swirl and sip. I found lychee nuts, lemons, pears, tangerines, nutmeg and allspice. The sweetness on the palate is balanced by good acidity.
Fragrant, dark fruit aromas are followed by intense black currant, ripe cherry and blackberry flavors with fine grained tannins and impeccable balance, followed by a long, oaky finish.