2008 Camaraderie Cellars Madrona

Red Blend

  • USA
  • Washington
  • Columbia Valley
Drink between 2010 - 2011 (Edit)
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  • stevemn wrote: 85 points

    December 17, 2011 - Somewhat rustic at first and with noticeably high alcohol. But after a couple days in the fridge it lost the harsh edges and the fruit really came forward and was an enjoyable wine. I recommend decanting for at least a few hours before drinking this.

  • Bellissimo wrote:

    January 18, 2011 - Popped and poured, had a glass; hope to revisit tomorrow as well.

    Nose is fairly muted with light cola and sandalwood on the nose. Taste is tart, not quite cranberry but maybe raspberry. The acids carry throughout the wine and there are some green tannins on the finish. I kept thinking it was thin and a bit simple. Hope it shows better tomorrow.

    Night two -- revisited and the nose is darker fruit with more oak influences; cola is still there just more underneath. Palate seems to be pretty similar but I'm getting some heat from the alcohol now between mid to finish. Overall not the best effort I've had from Camaraderie.

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Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2008
  • Type Red
  • Producer Camaraderie Cellars
  • Varietal Red Blend
  • Designation Madrona
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country USA
  • Region Washington
  • SubRegion Columbia Valley
  • Appellation Columbia Valley
  • UPC Code 643002003602

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  • In Cellars 1 (14%)
  • Consumed 6 (86%)

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