The finish brings it home with subtle, dark earth and wet forest floor characteristics. Well made wine from vine to bottle. You can really tell that they take the entire process of winemaking very seriously.
Very light evidence of oak with moderate tannins, high alcohol, and medium acidity, this wine is a pure joy and a great expression of innovative winemaking techniques and classic Columbia Valley fruit
Alamos crafts quality wines from Argentina, offering the best of Mendoza’s high altitude vineyards at an incredible value.
Ripe blackberries and spicy pepper flavors from the Syrah driving this blend are met with a soft and supple palate. Good density with lingering flavors and a hint of oak.
Les Chevaux, (French for “the horses”) is named for the wild horses that once roamed the Horse Heaven Hills.
“The little winery that could.”
This wine is a border line fruit bomb but is balanced slightly by the earthy mid palate and the shockingly bright acidity that levels out the oak and the jammy-ness on the finish.
The fruit for this brute of a Cab comes from the original “Super Freak,” Michael Phillips’ vineyard located only a stone’s throw from the winery.
This fruit bomb is more like Joe Lewis, a great fighter that was classy and refined but still a bomber.
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