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2010 Quilceda Creek - (CVR) Columbia Valley Red Proprietary Blend - USA - Washington - Columbia Valley - Red

USA - Washington - Columbia Valley

Red Proprietary Blend
Producer Notes

No Washington winery commands more attention from wine collectors than Quilceda Creek, with repeated 100-point scores and subsequent appreciating bottle value. Since 1978, the Alex Golitzin and his son Paul have been lauded for their flagship Cabernet Sauvignon, which is elevated by the Bordelais practice of declassification of up to one third of production into a second label each year. The... More »

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92
IWC 91
WA 92
Drink Dates
Comm: 2014-2020 WA: 2013-2020
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IWC 91
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 171

(15.2% alcohol; 81% cabernet sauvignon, 16% merlot, 2% cabernet franc and 1% malbec): Good bright, full red. Cranberry, currant and plum aromas are complicated by licorice, menthol and musky chocolate and lifted by violet and herbs; grew more mellow with air. Suave, sweet and nicely concentrated, with good definition to its berry, loam and spice flavors. Finishes with slightly dusty tannins and good energy.

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WA 92
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 207
Drink Dates 2013-2020

A superb entry level effort that has not only layers of fruit and texture, but solid back-end structure, the 2010 Red Wine is a declassified blend of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon, yet has 15% Merlot and a splash of Malbec, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc in there as well. Up-front, perfumed and intense, it offers up spice-laced red and black fruits, toast, cedar, vanilla and hints of chocolate to go with a full-bodied, mouth-filling and voluptuously textured palate. Lacking the polish and elegance that can be found in this estate's upper tier efforts, it nevertheless has superb fruit, ripe tannin and serious length. Enjoy it while you wait for this estate's other wines to mature.

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Author Cobra
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Tasted On 01/02/2015

Need to breath not bad

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