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Columbia Valley Wines

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Fume Blanc anyone (6)
2005 Barnard Griffin - Fume Blanc

A not too wet white from Washington (7)
2007 Hedges Family Estate - CMS White

You can taste the berries! (9)
Domaine Ste Michelle - Blanc de Noirs

Melon and granny smith apples in this Pinot Gris (8)
2008 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Pinot Gris

Melon, pineapple and pepper! (8)
2006 Milbrandt Vineyards - Traditions 2006 Chardonnay

A serene Cab with a slightly spicy roll-off (7)
2007 Milbrandt Vineyards - Traditions 2007 Chardonnay

Simply marvelous (10)
2007 Columbia Crest - Grand Estates Merlot

Greatness for the state of Washington (10)
2008 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Cabernet Sauvignon

For all of you that love sweet wines (8)
2010 Kamiak - Windust White

That's amore (9)
2011 Barnard Griffin - Rose of Sangiovese

Young and juicy (8)
2009 Thorny Rose - Cabernet Sauvignon

A lovely dry riesling (10)
2011 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Dry Riesling

Nice and demure (8)
2009 Columbia Crest - Amitage

Berry backbone with spicy hints (8)
2010 14 Hands - Hot to Trot Red Blend

Another vintage, another good experience (9)
2011 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Pinot Gris

Not bad but not overly impressing (8)
2009 Dunham Cellars - Trutina

Creeps up on you (8)
2008 Tamarack Cellars - Firehouse Red

Not as good as it could or should be (8)
2010 Milbrandt Vineyards - Pinot Gris

Walla Walla whopped me (9)
2012 Waterbrook Winery - Sauvignon Blanc

Tastes too damned oily (6)
2012 Purple Star - Sauvignon Blanc

A little high on the sugar (8)
2012 Summit Estates - Pinot Gris

Green apples away (9)
Treveri Cellars - Blanc de Blanc

Demure apricots (8)
2013 Ryan Patrick Vineyards - Unoaked Chardonnay

Toffee and coffee (9)
2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon

 

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