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Melange Sampler
Net Price $300.90
In the Melange Sampler, you will receive 12 bottles comprised of our most popular and highest rated wines: three each of 2017 King Cab, 2015 Artist Series, and 2016 Terrible Beauty, plus two bottles of 2015 Ciel du Cheval Cabernet Sauvignon Vielles Vignes, and three bottles of 2015 Ciel du Cheval Cabernet Sauvignon Vielles Vignes.

This price is net of a 15% year round discount

 
Current Releases
King Cab - 2017
$18.00
Cabernet Sauvignon has long been called the “King of Wines”. This first vintage is sourced from Horse Heaven Hills, the appellation known for producing Washington’s best Cabernet. The wine offers concentrated blackberry, cherry and subtle spice flavors ending with a long, soft finish.
Ciel du Cheval Vineyard - 2016
$40.00
95% Cabernet Sauvignon entirely from the coveted 1982 block, which is the oldest we source from plus 5% Merlot, aged almost entirely in once-used French oak barrels. We pick this Cab early to get the more intense raspberry flavors, which are complemented by abundant tannin and moderate acidity.
Artist Series #16
$30.00
50% Cabernet Franc, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Merlot sourced from Ciel du Cheval, Slide Mountain, and Two Blondes Vineyards aged in once and twice-used French oak barrels. This is a different mix of vineyards for this wine, which is reflected in the beautifully distinctive flavors. Also, the softer tannins typical of this vintage are evident. Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast Magazine. 90 points.
Sundance - 2016
$25.00
Bright red-ruby. Aromas of black cherry, menthol, licorice and sassafras exhibit a medicinal coolness. Then sweeter in the mouth than the nose suggests, with flavors of redcurrant, black cherry and olive dusted by baking spices. Spreads out horizontally on the back end, finishing with a fine layer of tannins and good length. 89 points – Stephen Tanzer.
Terrible Beauty - 2016
$30.00
88% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot, and 4% Cabernet Franc sourced from Ciel du Cheval, Dineen, and Slide Mountain vineyards aged almost entirely in once and twice-used French oak barrels. The change in vineyard sources has produced a softer more elegant style for this vintage, similar to the first, 2012 vintage. Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast Magazine. 92 points.
 
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Ciel du Cheval Vineyard - 2015
$40.00 SOLD OUT
The ‘Ciel du Cheval vineyard’ Red Wine is a silky blend of mainly Cabernet Sauvignon (57%) with the remainder Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The wine starts off with a bouquet of black tea, Asian spice, dark chocolate shavings and espresso bean that fills the nose. The palate has good weight and tension, with moderate tannins. Black tea, mocha, crème de cassis and red bell pepper flavors all nicely mingle together. Rich and layered, this is an outstanding effort by Soos Creek that can be enjoyed in the next fifteen plus years. Drink 2018-2033. Owen Bargreen, Washington Wine Blog. 92 points.
Ciel du Cheval Vineyard Vieilles Vignes - 2015
$50.00 SOLD OUT
(aged 21 months in 50% new French oak): Bright medium ruby. Aromas of black cherry, dark berries, dark chocolate, licorice and graphite are glossier and classier than those of the basic Ciel du Cheval Cabernet Sauvignon. Concentrated, dense and suave, conveying a finer-grained texture and more inner-mouth mineral lift than its sibling. Much longer on the aftertaste as well, with rising dark berry and spice flavors revealing less early sweetness but more structure and refinement. I find more consistent ripeness and verve here, but this wine will require patience. 92+ Points - Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Magazine
Artist Series #15
$30.00 SOLD OUT
Spent 22 months in 30% new French oak. Bright ruby-red. Pungent aromas of cassis, black cherry, licorice, spices, lead pencil and peppery herbs, with obvious new oak scents. A step up in inner-mouth energy and definition from the Sundance Red Wine, offering a finer-grained texture, a more restrained sweetness and captivating violet florality to the flavors of dark berries, bitter chocolate and spices. Juicier, fresher and more refined than the Sundance, and firmer and longer on the aftertaste, with ripe, dusty tannins reaching the front teeth. This rather suave midweight should offer good cellaring potential. Stephen Tanzer, Nov. 2018. 91 Points.
 
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