2020 D2 New Release 🍷Drink D2 Day Offer – $39 SHOP

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Varietal

61% Merlot
27% Cabernet Sauvignon
8% Cabernet Franc
4% Petit Verdot

Appellation

Columbia Valley AVA

Aging

Drink Now or Age 5 to 15+ Years

Vineyard

D2 is sourced from over a dozen Columbia Valley
Vineyards, including Red Willow, Harrison Hill,
Ciel du Cheval, Klipsun, Boushey, DuBrul,
Upchurch and Grand Ciel.

2020 D2

Showcasing a classic layering of red and dark fruits, our 2020 D2 is built upon a softer, approachable structure and style that allow for this wine to be so reliable to be enjoyed in its youth.  Whiffs of dried cranberry, black cherry, vanilla bean, and lavender flower flow into a palate filled with flavors reminiscent of milk chocolate, green peppercorn, and fresh ground nutmeg.  Many of the state’s most heralded sites provide pure fruit and savory characteristics here, with toasty oak influence deftly supporting in the background.  Enjoy now with a gentle decant or cellar for up to 15 years.

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Drink D2 Day Sale! $39 special offer, limited quantities at this price! No discounts apply.

Butternut Squash Risotto with Black Truffles

This is a very cool dish because it is vegetarian, yet the cheese and truffles bump it up to a red wine pairing. It is perfect with the DeLille Cellars Merlot-dominant D2. For the carnivorous, add a short rib on top. Vegetarian or not, everyone is happy. Do not fear the truffle. As with many things, they are available on the internet for most of year.

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Behind the Wine

2020 D2

Always leading with Merlot, D2 is a traditional Bordeaux-style blend sourced from over a dozen of the state’s most prestigious vineyards across the Columbia Valley to create the ultimate expression of Washington State terroir.

Vineyards

Sourced from over a dozen premier vineyards throughout the Columbia Valley AVA.

Vineyards

Winemaking

Cold soaked 24-36 hours, fermented for 12-14 days on skin, and aged 18 months in 100% French oak (55% new).

Taste with Director of Winemaking Jason Gorski

Director of Winemaking Jason Gorski tastes and reviews 2020 D2

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