Aromas of cola, cream soda and caramel lead to expressions of vanilla and strawberry jam on the smooth palate, flavors of spice round out the silky finish.
Washington State has been touted as perhaps the best Merlot producing region in the United States. Hogue Merlot lives up to this reputation and delivers a warm and fruity wine with aromas of crushed raspberry, cherry, and lavender. This robust wine has a core of cranberry and cherry flavors with hints...
Generous blackberry, black cherry and raspberry aromas and flavors unfold from the glass. This is a luscious, expressive wine with a soft, appealing finish.
This Shiraz features New World-style ripe and jammy fruit aromas. Flavors of black cherry and white pepper are pronounced on the palate with hints of boysenberry and raspberry. The lingering finish is pleasingly supple.
The ruby red color, cherry fruit and warm, smoky toast flavors found in this wine are all trademark descriptors for Washington Merlot. This Merlot is fruit-forward with a rich ruby color, subtle tannins and an enjoyable lingering finish.
This is a soft Chardonnay with subtle oak nuances.
The Columbia Valley's hot growing season in 2004 followed by a cool fall created a longer harvest that resulted in wines with ripe, rich flavors. Hot dry weather in August gave way to cooler temperatures and light rain in mid-September, slowing harvest and extending hang time. Warm, dry weather resumed in...
Deep ruby color leads to aromas of blackberry, chocolate and bits of orange peel. Bright blackberry flavors with touches of smoke lead to hints of orange on the finish.