#7 on Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Top 20 Wines of the Year!
The 2019 D2 aromas dance effortlessly between savory and dried fruit characteristics. Cranberries, roasted coffee beans, cassis and burnt orange are highlighted by deep, rich barrel tones of nutmeg, vanilla bean, dark chocolate and clove. As the wine develops in the glass, the fruit profile shifts between red and dark fruits, a trademark of D2 that we love. An inviting freshness and pronounced herbal quality on the palate leads to a structure that is refined despite the wine’s youth. Be confident that this blend of 13 iconic vineyards throughout the Columbia Valley will cellar for 15+ years.
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— Tim Fish, Wine Spectator
Polish meets structure in this red, which offers well-defined black cherry, toasty spice and bay leaf accents as this slowly unfurls toward fine-grained tannins. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2030.
Tim Fish, Wine Spectator
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.
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.
Cold soaked 24-36 hours, fermented for 12-14 days on skin, and aged 18 months in 100% French oak (55% new).
D2 Named #30
In Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines
We’re thrilled to announce 2019 D2 was named #30 on Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2022 List. Taking its name from the grand route du vin, or great wine road that travels through the historic region of Bordeaux, D2 is a 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.
We are excited to announce our Top 100 Wines of 2022! D2 (Wine Spectator #30), Chaleur Estate (Jeb Dunnuck #47), Grand Ciel Cabernet Sauvignon (Wine Enthusiast Cellar Selection Top 100), and Chaleur Blanc (Owen Bargreen Top 100) were all ranked Top 100 wines. Shop these wines & available gift sets.