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Melange Sampler @ $323.00/ea. $323.00
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Melange Sampler
Net Price $323.00
In the Melange Sampler, you will receive a mixed twelve bottle case of our current releases.

This price is net of a 15% year round discount

Current Releases
2020 Champoux Vineyard Block 4 Cabernet Sauvignon
$50.00
Fruit for this wine comes from Washington’s premier Cabernet Sauvignon site. Blended with 15% Merlot and aged in half new French oak, aromas of black currant, green pepper, black cherry, plum, graphite, and barrel spice are followed by broad, layered, black cherry and blackberry flavors. There’s penetrating intensity as well as sneaky richness. Barrel accents are speckled throughout. As is the hallmark of this vineyard, the tannins are polished to a fine sheen. The fruit and barrel-filled finish hangs and hangs. It’s completely stunning, winning on its intensity and balance. Best from 2028 to 2038. 14.1% alcohol. Micro-agglomerated cork. 100 cases produced 14.1%; (Horse Heaven Hills) Sean Sullivan 95/100
2020 Stampede Pass Red Wine
$30.00
I continue to be amazed at the quality wines that Dave Larsen puts together at budget prices. Here is a Bordeaux blend sourced from Ciel du Cheval, Champoux and Elephant Mountain vineyards, fermented in native yeast and aged in 15% new French oak. It’s principally Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, with a splash of Cabernet Franc. Firm, tight, dark and tannic, yet beautifully balanced for aging, this could be your go-to Bordeaux blend for aging over the next decade. Cassis and black cherry fruits, a streak of coffee, a hint of licorice… wow, this over-delivers past any reasonable expectation. 14.1%; (Columbia Valley) Paul Gregutt 92/100
2020 Elephant Mt. Cabernet Sauvignon
$35.00
This wine from a 1998 planting is the last we’ll see from Elephant Mountain, as Larsen says he is transitioning to vineyards from the Horse Heaven Hills and Walla Walla Valley AVAs. So enjoy this excellent example from the Rattlesnake Hills. Firm, tight and tannic, its dark fruits are streaked with copper and coffee. The wine continued to improve over a full three days. 14.1%; (Rattlesnake Hills) Paul Gregutt 93/100
2021 King Cab
$20.00
An awesome value, the outstanding 2021 Soos Creek ‘King Cab’ Cabernet Sauvignon exudes class with its sagebrush and mocha tones on the nose alongside heady dark fruits. The palate is soft and fresh with a smooth texture and good sense of weight and acidity. Drink 2023-2031 14.1%; (Horse Heaven Hills) Owen Bargreen 92/100
2020 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon
$35.00
Principally sourced from Ranch at the End of the Road vineyard, with a barrel from Ciel du Cheval, this is the last Soos Creek vintage from any Red Mountain grapes. Dense, compact and deeply saturated with flavors of cassis, black fruits, anise and espresso, this just needs time and/or decanting to unpack all it holds. I suspect it will age into a truly gorgeous old wine, but that may take a decade or more. Were it aged in new oak, rather than used, it would rock the world. 14.1%; (Red Mountain) Paul Gregutt 93/100
2020 Cabernet Franc
$30.00
This wine was sourced from the Champoux Vineyard. The grapes were inadvertantly picked at a lower brix (less sugar) because a change in viticultural practices slowed down their ripening. The difference in the character of the wine is a nice change of pace with flavors that are more red than black fruits, lower alcohol, and higher acid. The character of the wine reminds me of a good Pinot Noir. Paul Gregutt
 
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Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Cabernet - 2019
$40.00
“Among all of the Soos Creek Cabs, this single vineyard expression is in some ways the most significant, as it includes old vine grapes from the 1982 (original planting) and 1994 blocks, along with 20% Cabernet Franc. Aged 21 months in 40% new oak. It still seems a bit shuttered and will respond best to decanting and further cellaring. The potential ageability of this wine is two or three decades. Sadly, this is the last vintage it will be made, 94 points.” Paul Gregutt 3/19/23
Artist Series #19 Red Wine - 2019
$35.00
"The 2019 ‘Last Rodeo’ is a blend of equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, with 20% Merlot. It is soft and inviting with a smooth texture and a pretty red fruit profile, with worn leather and graphite notes. Complex and delicious, consume this beauty now and over the next ten years. Drink 2022-2032." Owen Bargreen, 92 Pts.
Sundance Red Wine - 2019
$25.00
“Always a fine value, the 2019 Sundance is two thirds Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Cab Franc, sourced from the Ciel du Cheval, Klipsun and Dineen vineyards. That’s a helluva great trio for such an affordable wine. It’s a ripe and tangy tangle of red berries, stiffened up a bit with hints of stem and seed. Aged 21 months with 10% of the barrels new, this all-purpose red is a showcase for the power of Washington’s Bordeaux style wine, and especially those driven by Merlot. 92 points” Paul Gregutt 3/19/23
Le Tastevin Cabernet - 2019
$35.00 SOLD OUT
"Coming from the Ciel du Cheval, Ranch at the end of the Road and Klipsun Vineyards on Red Mountain, this delicious 2019 wine delivers good structure and flavor density with tar, anise, blackberry compote and dark chocolate shaving flavors. Delicious to consume now, enjoy this beauty over the next fifteen years. Drink 2022-2037." Owen Bargreen, 93 Pts.
Soleil Red Wine - 2019
$25.00 SOLD OUT
"The really good 2019 Soos Creek ‘Soleil’ red wine mainly Cabernet Sauvignon (57%) with smaller portions Merlot and Cabernet Franc blended in. Very soft on the mouth, this revels in its ripe red currant, black cherry, dried sage and cigar ash flavors. Enjoy this outstanding new red blend over the next ten to fifteen years. Drink 2022-2035." Owen Bargreen, 92 Pts.
Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Red Wine - 2018
$40.00 SOLD OUT
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.
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.