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Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley Red 2004

Bordeaux Red Blends from Columbia Valley, Washington
  • RP 92
  • V 90
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Winemaker Notes

The 2004 Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley Red Wine has red cherry fruit, chocolate, herbs, smoke and vanilla presented in a medium-bodied format. This has benefited as we have gotten stricter with our selections that go into our Cabernet Sauvignons. It is one of the best versions to date.
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Critical Acclaim

RP 92
The Wine Advocate

The 2004 Red Wine is a blend of 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Cabernet Franc, and 6% Merlot from declassified fruit and may be considered a second label. Purple-colored, it gives up a toasty nose of vanilla, violets, cassis, black currants, and blackberry. This leads to a rich, layered, black fruit-flavored, and smoothly textured wine that offers considerable elegance. There is enough ripe tannin to support 3-4 years of further evolution and it should drink well through 2022. It is an excellent introduction to the style of Quilceda Creek.

V 90
Vinous / Antonio Galloni

Good deep ruby-red. Sexy aromas of plum, chocolatey oak and spicecake. Suave, fat and sweet, with a lovely layered texture to the plum and milk chocolate flavors. Very harmonious use of oak here.

Quilceda Creek Vintners

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Quilceda Creek is dedicated exclusively to the production of world-class Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon. Founded in 1979, Quilceda Creek has had an unbroken string of highly-rated vintages that has led Robert Parker, Jr. to name it Washington State's premeir Cabernet Sauvignon producer.

"Quilceda Creek...makes Cabernet of unrivaled finesse. This small winery...has the best track record of any Washington winery...No other Washington Cabernet is as graceful yet profound."
Matt Kramer
The L.A. Times

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