Midnight blue and black hues introduce an array of wonderful aromas like blackberry jam, blueberries, black plums, fresh leather, pie spices and pastry dough along with the unique qualities of grape skins and blood orange citrus. This generous and massive wine continues with boysenberries, cherries, blueberries, pomegranates and currants. Supported by understated oak, there is great lift throughout the delicious flavor profile exhibiting good structure, savory tannins and a tremendous finish.
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— Jeb Dunnuck, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
The inky colored 2013 Malbec is a head turner! Creme de cassis, lead pencil shavings, graphite, smoked herbs and hints of spring flowers all emerge from this fabulously concentrated, medium to full-bodied, focused and structured beauty. It needs a few years of cellaring to be at its best, but it should deliver loads of pleasure through 2025. — Jeb Dunnuck, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
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Behind the Wine
2013 Red Willow Malbec
Founded in 1971, Red Willow is one of the oldest vineyards in Washington State. The vines are grown on steep hillsides and offer unique soil formations yielding premium wine grapes.
Red Willow is the furthest western vineyard within the Yakima Valley AVA. Founded in 1971, the vineyard is one fo the oldest in Washington State.