Sagelands 2004 Andrews Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Horse Heaven Hills)

The second release of this vineyard designate. This is several steps up from the generic reds that characterize the lineup. It's got more focus and stuffing, more density and texture, than anything else. There's an interesting mushroom component. The fruit is tight and tart, and the acids a bit flush. This is not a particularly elegant wine, but it hangs in there with extended flavors, finishing with toasted almonds. Paul Gregutt

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