Nose: sweet bing cherry, a little pine needle (very subtle) Palate: smooth, well placed, though not effortless. The oak is there, but it's not making such a fuss you can't tune it out while concentrating on what the fruit (mostly, cherry, some blackberry) has to say. Alcohol in check, even at room temp, which is a major bonus. This is quite nice. Not sure it's worth $75, but it is an exceptional wine.
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(Corliss Estates Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley) Tons, literally tons of black cherry along with earth and bittersweet chocolate. This is an undulating wine that is perfectly balanced and has a beautiful finish. A super thick, chewy wine that takes multiple swallows to consume and then lingers on and on forever. A perfect mixture of subtlety and strength. This is a wine you will dream about when you go to sleep.
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