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ItemQuantityUnit PricePrice
Melange Sampler @ $276.25/ea. $276.25
0% Discount (0 bottles) $0.00
Subtotal: $276.25
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  • Delivery to destinations outside Washington State: $43.00
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Melange Sampler
Net Price $276.25
In the Mélange Sampler, you will receive 12 bottles of our 2018 wines comprised of two bottles each of Ciel du Cheval Vineyard, Terrible Beauty, Artist Series #18, Sundance, Elephant Mountain, and two bottles of Soleil.

This price is net of a 15% year round discount

 
Current Releases
"Red Mountain Reserve" Cabernet Sauvignon - 2018
$50.00 SOLD OUT
100% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2018 ‘Red Mountain Reserve’ shows off heady blackberry compote, creosote, and Turkish coffee tones with black florals on the nose. The palate is polished and downright voluptuous. Layers of huckleberry and black tea collide with smoke, minerals, cassis, and exotic spices. Polished and refined, with a silky texture and great flavor density, this glorious new wine will provide drinking enjoyment over the next fifteen years. Drink 2021-2036, Owen Bargreen 93 points.
Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Red Wine - 2018
$40.00
The densely packed 2018 Soos Creek ‘Ciel du Cheval Vineyard’ Red Wine is an awesome wine even at the three-year mark. Exotic spices, scorched earth, tobacco, and gobs of dark fruits greet you on the nose. The palate is fresh and polished with good tension and a light dusting of salinity that falls upon the core of dark fruits and espresso bean tones. Gorgeous to enjoy now, this has another fifteen years ahead of it. Drink 2021-2035, Owen Bargreen 93 points.
Terrible Beauty Cabernet Sauvignon - 2018
$30.00
The 2018 ‘Terrible Beauty’ exudes class with its soft mouthfeel and good level of viscosity and tension. Its medium to full-bodied and loaded with dark fruits and chocolate tones, with mineral accents. Drink 2021-2031, Owen Bargreen 91 points.
Artist Series #18 Red Wine - 2018
$30.00
A blend of 59% Cabernet Franc with 41% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2018 ‘Artist Series’ shows off heady black tea, black currants and cigar box aromatics. The palate shows off ripe dark fruits, with beautiful texture and verve. Graphite, coffee grounds and anise tones add to the enjoyment, as this has a least another decade to go, Owen Bargreen 92 points.
Elephant Mountain Vineyard Red Wine - 2018
$30.00
A whiff of toasty oak immediately catches your attention as ripe dark currants collide with smoke, graphite, and blackberry compote on the nose. The palate is seamless and beautifully textured with a great acid and tannin edge that hold everything in place nicely. Drink 2021-2033, Owen Bargreen 91 points.
Sundance Red Wine - 2018
$25.00
A blend of 58% Merlot with the remainder Cabernet Franc, the 2018 ‘Sundance’ shows off dense cassis, tobacco, and creosote tones on the nose. The palate is fresh and viscous with great acidity and ripe dark fruits that mingle with chocolate covered espresso bean tones. Drink 2021 – 2031, Owen Bargreen 91 points.
Soleil Red Wine - 2018
$25.00
60% Cab Franc, 33% Merlot, 7% Cab Sauvignon, 91 Points, Sean Sullivan, December issue of ‘The Wine Enthusiast’, description not yet available.
King Cab Cabernet Sauvignon - 2018
$20.00
Fruit for this wine comes from high-density plantings at McNary Vineyard. The aromas are reserved, with notes of coffee, dried and fresh herbs and chocolate. The palate shows the density and richness that is the hallmark of Cabernet from this region. It’s a big-time winner. 92 points. Sean Sullivan, The Wine Enthusiast.
 
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Ciel du Cheval Vineyard - 2017
$40.00
Bright ruby-red. Reticent but very pure scents of blueberry, blackberry, cocoa powder, licorice and spices. Fine-grained, vibrant and concentrated; very young and rather tightly wound but already offers a lot of personality, definition and energy, as well as a very suave mouth feel and captivating incipient sweetness. The fullest and most refined of the Soos Creek 2017s today. Finishes suave and long, with integrated tannins and rising notes of purple berries and violet. It’s clear that this wine is from a topnotch site. Veteran winemaker Dave Larsen really nailed the 2017 vintage. 93 pts. Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media, October, 2020.
Terrible Beauty - 2017
$30.00
Fruit for this 100% Cabernet comes from Elephant Mountain, Klipsun and Weinbau vineyards. The aromas show purity, with notes of violet, dried and fresh herbs, cherry and scorched earth. The plum and cherry flavors are lip-smacking, bringing a lot of acidity and tannin structure. It’s beautiful, with a long life ahead of it. Editors’ Choice. 93 pts. Sean Sullivan, The Wine Enthusiast, December, 2020.
Artist Series No. 17
$30.00
Cabernet Franc makes up 65% of this wine, with the rest Cabernet Sauvignon. With fruit coming from Ciel du Cheval, Dineen, Klipsun, Slide Mountain and Weinbau vineyards, garden herb, plum, fresh black cherry, dark chocolate and light barrel notes are followed by focused fruit and barrel flavors. A tight coil of chewy tannins ties it all together. One for the cellar. Best after 2024. Cellar Selection. 93 Pts. Sean Sullivan, The Wine Enthusiast, December, 2020.
Sundance - 2017
$25.00
Merlot (46%) and Cabernet Franc (43%) take the lead on this wine, with the rest Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s aromatically locked up out of the gate, eventually opening to reveal notes of cocoa, flower and raspberry. The palate brings plentiful red fruit flavors, a whole lot of acidity and chewy tannic structure. Best after 2024. Editors’ Choice. 91 Pts. Sean Sullivan, The Wine Enthusiast, December, 2020.
 
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