Cabernet Sauvignon, Otis Vineyard
Dry wine. Black currant, cedarwood, blackberry, wild cherry and berry are the aromas prominent in this wine. The gnarled 50 year old vines of Washington’s oldest Cabernet vineyard always produce wines of enormous complexity. This wine ages very well and develops distinct vineyard characteristics.
"Otis wines are food wines. They taste best when enjoyed with a good meal. These cabs are much closer to Bordeaux in their structure than they are to Napa. They display the classic herbal aromas of the cabernet varietal — the sort of lightly vegetative scents prevalent in even the best young Bordeaux — along with fairly hard tannins and tightly knit layers of tart red fruit."
1999 Otis Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon
2002 Otis Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon