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Lydian Cabernet Sauvignon
Avennia
United States - Washington - Columbia Valley

Lydian was established in 2019 as a new way to experience Washington wine. The team behind the fast-rising success of Avennia brings you another delicious wine that serves as an introduction to a lifetime of wine appreciation and a fresh take on Washington terroir.

In music, Lydian refers to a musical mode, or scale that is used as a building block for some of the world’s oldest and newest masterpieces. This happy sounding mode brings joy on its own, yet when molded and crafted by talented musicians can become a work of timeless art.

We believe Washington vineyards produce some of the finest building blocks in the world. With these grapes, and the collective talent behind those growing and working with them, Lydian wines can be as complex, nuanced, and profound as any jazz classic.

Lydian: a fun, fresh take on Washington Wine.

Full bodied and rich, with black cherry, currant, dark chocolate, and fresh herbs. Great Washington Cabernet character and structure. 

Specifications
Appellation
Columbia Valley
Wine Type
Red
Varietal(s)
100% Cabernet Sauvignon

Reviews and News

2018 Lydian Cabernet Sauvignon - 91 PTS - Editors' Choice - WE

2018 Lydian Cabernet Sauvignon - 91 PTS - Editors' Choice - WE

wine enthusiast 91 pts"Aromas of café au lait and cocoa powder are followed by notes of freshly chopped herb and cherry. Big, bold but still in check fruit flavors follow, with plentiful spice accents throughout. Coffee notes linger on the long finish.It shows rare balance for a wine at this price. - SEAN P. SULLIVAN"

- Wine Enthusiast (March 2021), 91 pts

2018 Lydian Cabernet Sauvignon - 90 PTS - WS

2018 Lydian Cabernet Sauvignon - 90 PTS - WS

wine spectator 90 pts"Svelte and polished, with lively black cherry, espresso and toasty herb flavors that linger toward fine-grained tannins. Drink now through 2027. 720 cases made. - TF"

- Wine Spectator (October 2021), 90 pts

Producer Information: Avennia

Marty Taucher and Chris Peterson (Seattle Magazine’s 2017 Winemaker of the Year) got together in 2009, at first only to review Marty’s draft of a winery business plan. Peterson was ...
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