Wine Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon, 2006
The wine is dark ruby color.
The wine has a well-balanced taste with light tones of oak and enjoyable finale with hints of cocoa.
The wine has a fruity aroma with hints of cherry and blueberry.
The wine goes well with meat dishes.
Columbia Crest - a very popular and growing winery America. Columbia landed his first big major varieties of Bordeaux vineyards in 1978, and in 1984 produced the first wine. Columbia Crest produces small-scale top-quality wines, as well as affordable everyday wines. Columbia Crest Winery in - work international team, led by 2002 worth winemaker Ray Einberger. Under the leadership of Ray talented oenologists produce consistently high-quality wines, deservedly marked by both consumers and professionals in the field of winemaking.
2,500 acres of vineyards are located in the Columbia Crest Horse Heaven Hills, Columbia Valley. The unique location with its microclimate, and especially from the rest of the valley soils makes it possible to grow high-quality grapes. The vineyards are planted on the east of the Cascade mountain range. High mountains - up to 14,000 feet in height - effectively block moving from the east moist winds of the Pacific Ocean. Soils with low fertility and low water retention can accurately control the dynamics of the growth of the vine.
Wine "Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon" matures in oak barrels for 10 months.