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Wine Enthusiast Feature: Red Mountain Rising

Wine Enthusiast: March 2015

“Over the last four decades, Red Mountain has established itself as not only Washington’s premier winegrowing region, but one of the finest in the world. Once a well-kept secret, the recent boom in plantings and investments have served notice: Red Mountain has arrived.”

“‘Red Mountain wines can have intense amounts of fruit, but they also have this chalky, gravelly minerality,’ says Chris Gorman, winemaker for Gorman Winery.”¬†

The Pixie Syrah: “A blend of Klipsun and Ciel du Cheval vineyards, this wine brings brooding notes of bramble, blueberry, mineral, herbs and potpourri. The palate-coating flavors are dense and rich, leading to a long finish.”¬†

-Sean P. Sullivan


Zachary’s Ladder 2011

Red Blend

91 Points: Wine Enthusiast

90 Points: Wine Spectator


The Pixie 2011

Syrah

94 Points: Wine Enthusiast

91 Points: Wine Advocate



Evil Twin 2011

Syrah-Cab Blend

93 Points: Wine Enthusiast

92 Points: Wine Advocate


Behind the Black Curtain 2011

Syrah Reserve

93 Points: Wine Advocate


The F.O.G. 2010

90 Points: Wine & Spirits



The Bully 2010

Cabernet Sauvignon

93 Points: Wine Enthusiast

92 Points: Wine & Spirits

91 Points: Wine Spectator

91 Points: Wine Advocate


The Big Sissy 2012

Chardonnay

91 Points: Wine Advocate

90 Points: Wine Spectator


The Albatross 2010

Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

93 Points: Wine Advocate

92 Points: Wine Spectator



Pixie 2010

Syrah

94 Points: Wine Spectator

93 Points: Wine Advocate

90 Points: Wine & Spirits


Behind the Black Curtain 2010

Syrah Reserve

94 Points: Wine Enthusiast

94 Points: Wine Advocate


Evil Twin 2010

Syrah-Cab Blend

94 Points: Wine Advocate
“…the 2010 The Evil Twin checks in as a blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, also all from Red Mountain. Aged in 100% new French oak, it boasts knockout aromatics of blackberry liqueur, cedar, toasted spice and licorice as well as a full-bodied, mouth-filling and decadently textured palate. Still possessing some tannin to integrate, it should evolve positively for 3-4 years and drink well for over a decade. Drink now-2018..”

-Jeb Dunnuck

93 Points: Wine Enthusiast

93 Points: Wine Spectator



The Big Sissy 2011

Chardonnay

94 Points: Wine Enthusiast

93 Points: Wine Advocate

91 Points: Wine Spectator


The Albatross 2009

Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

94 Points: Wine Enthusiast

91 Points: Wine Spectator


Pixie 2009

Syrah

94 Points: Wine Spectator

90 Points: Wine Advocate