Lady Hill Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Lady Hill Winery
United States - Washington - Columbia Valley

Intense hues range from wine purple to sangria showcasing Cabernet Sauvignon’s genetic predisposition to tiny berries packed with color making molecules called anthocyanidins. Chocolate covered cherry and subtle blackberry liqueur combine New World fruit flavors with savory olive tapenade, dried herb de provence and a tinge of minerality found in ancient volcanic soils. The subtle wood impact of 10% new and once filled barrels keeps the focus on fruit and spice, while maintaining the characteristic dusty tannins and lingering finish that Cabernet Sauvignon has become famous for. 

Columbia Valley
Wine Type
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Age of vines
Between 20 and 40 years old
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
Loess and Loam planted at 1200-1300 feet of elevation above the Missoula flood plain.
Located on the far reaches of the Yakima Valley, you’ll find 2 of the most iconic grape growing sites in Washington State. Between Slide Mountain and Red Willow vineyard, Lady Hill sources 8 separate clones (2,4,5,6,8,10,21,25) of Cabernet Sauvignon. Red Willow and Slide Mountain vineyards in Yakima Valley, both planted in the early 80's to CS.
Harvested at optimal phenolic ripeness between early and mid October and fermented with a combination of house selected yeast strains, the wine was pressed off the skins after 20-25 days and aged in a combination of 10% new, once filled and neutral French Oak barrels for 24 months to showcase the beauty and complexity of this noble grape variety. 
327 (9-liter cases)

Pan roasted veal chops, grilled veggie pizza or a can of Cougar Gold Cheddar.

Producer Information: Lady Hill Winery

Lady Hill is named for all the great women in the family, and it's history of female dominance. The family settled in Oregon Territory in 1850's as pioneers, most of ...
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