History 2017 Windrow Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Walla Walla Valley (OR))

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This side project from the Oregon's Stoller focuses on some of the oldest vines in the Pacific Northwest, with this one coming from the first commercial plantings in the valley (1981). It leans into the variety's savory side, with aromas of fresh huckleberry, marionberry, nori, dark soil and whiffs of whole green pepper. The soft, supple flavors show sneaky intensity. It hangs on the finish. The oak is pulled back, letting the fruit shine. This is all about sophistication. Sean P. Sullivan

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