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Wine Advocate Review
The 2011 Columbia Valley Red Wine, like the Cabernet Sauvignon, has a serious kick of oak, but manages to hold it together and has just enough fruit to balance things out. Giving up lots of black raspberry, toasted bread, licorice, sweet oak and crushed flower, its full-bodied, nicely concentrated on the palate and beautifully textured. Made from mostly Merlot and Cabernet Franc, aged 28 months in new and used French oak, give it a year or two in bottle and drink it through 2026.
Wine Tasting Notes
The Corliss shows dark plum, pomegranate and wild currants on the nose with underlying spice notes of chai, cedar, sagebrush, black tea and tobacco leaf. The wine is lush and concentrated upon entry with dark cassis flavors and exotic spices. Fine dusty tannins continue to build and broaden in the mouth, leading to a long, lingering finish.
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