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Forgeron Cellars "Anvil" Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

Only 239 cases produced of this Cabernet from Pepper Bridge (60%) and Minnick Hills (40%) vineyards. We managed to pry seven cases away from the winery and are thrilled to be offering them this month!
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K Vintners "River Rock" Walla Walla Valley Syrah 2012

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(6/2015) "Another classic Walla Walla Syrah, the 2012 Syrah River Rock Vineyard comes from the southern end of the Walla Walla Valley and the region known as "The Rocks." Giving up lots of damp earth, underbrush, pepper, iron and tobacco leaf, it's full-bodied, loaded with fruit and texture, and has good tannin that come through on the finish. These hedonistic beauties from this terroir always drink nicely in their youth, yet they surprise in the cellar as well and have lengthy drink window. In this case, I suspect this will be better in a year, and have 10-12 years or more of total longevity."
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K Vintners "The Boy" Walla Walla Valley Grenache 2012

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(6/2015) "Coming mostly from the River Rock Vineyard located in the southern Part of Walla Walla, the 2012 The Boy is a sensational Grenache that has overflowing notes of strawberry, kirsch, licorice and ground pepper. Semi-translucent ruby in color, this full-bodied, layered, elegant, yet sweetly fruited beauty will continue to impress through 2022."
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Aspen Lane "Big C" Primitivo 2013

Winemakers Notes
"Sourced from Les Collines Vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley against the foothills of the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington, this wine is medium garnet in color and was picked at the end of the 2013 harvest. Primitivo is the Italian clone of Zinfandel, and in the Walla Walla Valley, it tends to ripen late in the season. Blueberry, black cherry, and raisin join with a hint of bell pepper on the nose. Black cherry, cranberry, tobacco, and black tea finish out the flavor profile on the palate. Smooth, chocolatey tannins lead into a long finish with a fair amount of natural acidity. Not nearly as ripe as California versions, and certainly not as jammy, this wine still packs a punch. Fermented in 100% neutral oak, drink now through 2020."
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Aspen Lane "Son Dancer" Pinot Noir 2014

Winemakers Notes
"This vineyard sits near the base of the Blue Mountains, southwest of the city of Walla Walla. At 1650 feet in elevation, it is one of the higher vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley Appellation. The soil is a rich but shallow clay loam. Because of the hillside where the vineyard is oriented, air is constantly in motion at this site, often changing directions every few minutes. This has the effect of cooling the grapes on the hottest days, and allows us to expose the clusters to more direct sunlight. Walla Walla Pinot Noir, produced and bottled in the valley, is quite rare. Distinctively Walla Walla but characteristically Pinot Noir, this wine opens with cranberry, dark cherry, raspberry, forest floor, and black pepper on the nose. The cranberry, black cherry, and raspberry flavors dominate the palate leading into mushroom-like earthiness, a mouthwatering touch of minerality, and black pepper from the 33% whole cluster fermentation. The finish rounds out with caramel and almond. Dijon clone 115, 22% new French oak. Drink now through 2030."
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