From twelve estate vineyards in Washington covering nearly 2,000 acres. The Riesling is from the Yakima Valley, the oldest and most diverse region of the state. The Cabernet Sauvignon is from the Columbia Valley, the largest wine growing region of Washington, where the northerly latitude provides two hours more sunlight per day than in California. This develops fruit intensity, while cool evenings and nights promote higher acidities. Well-drained sandy soils have low fertility and low water-holding capacity, allowing precise control of vine growth patterns.
Sourced from Columbia Valley, our Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are exposed to excellent sun exposure for grape ripening. Well-drained sandy soils have low fertility and low water-holding capacity, allowing precise control of vine growth patterns. Grace Lane Cabernet Sauvignon is medium-bodied yet complex with concentrated aromas of black cherries and ripe plum. Its smooth flavors start out fresh and fruity but finish with nice structure and a silky mouthfeel.
100% Cabernet Sauvignon. Concentrated aromas of black cherries and ripe plum. Medium-bodied with soft tannins, fresh and fruity in style with fine structure and acidity, and a silky mouthfeel.