DeLille 2003 Harrison Hill Red (Yakima Valley)

Apart from Columbia's Otis Cab, this is Yakima's (and Washington's) oldest Cabernet vineyard. Newer plantings of Merlot and Cab Franc enhance the blend. The wine is marked by its finesse and exceptional grace. Silky and sensuous, it's a wine that warrants the old-fashioned term “breed”—suggesting manapricot-scented lemon and lime flavors are tinged with peaches, wildflowers and nered elegance. Cherry, bramble berry, plummy fruit and exotic spices light up the finish. Paul Gregutt

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