These were delicious but they are LONG GONE. I recall very good red and black fruits, some chocolates, a little tannins, delicious with food. (We had 1 or 2 bottles at the Afghan Kebab house and they LOVED the meat dishes there). We paid $13.33 / bottle on close-out. Excellent QPR for that price. Too bad this winery went out of business.
Informal notes, but loads of black fruit, spice and oak(!). Full bodied with medium tannin and medium acidity. Medium finish with a bite of alcoholic heat. This was opened several hours and showed no signs of decline, and the half glass I had in the fridge seemed to smooth out, with no oxidation, but still had the heat. Killer qpr. I'll sit on my last bottle for a while. 91+
Quite good, attractively (and aggressively) oaked, with very dark flavors of blackberry, black plum, asphalt, dark chocolate, and some permanent marker. Full-bodied, modern, and typical of Washington State. Got it for $13 and it was well worth that price.
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