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I start up wine business with a son named Steve on his parents property and 4 years old. Find great mostly and doing a great job getting it from places like Red Mountain in Walla Walla.Very much enjoyed the Riesling which is a soft lemon tart like with a clean finish.we very much enjoyed their cab which is one of the biggest blackest cabs that we've had and they got the grapes from Red Mountain. At $27 it's a great buy and we bought several bottles.Their red blend is also big with a cab, franc, malbec, petit verdot blend. Huge tannins and definitely food wine.very nice new property

Up in the southern Valley of Walla Walla and a long drive to find a couple of wineries.  Extremely overcast foggy day with frost all over all growth so it shows us the cool times. They explained that there were many days of hundred degrees and then drop cold at night with frost. That's what we're seeing. The fog inversion apparently it's pretty common too. The wines are classic to Washington -- high acidity, red to black fruit which state bright. I attribute that to cool nights keeping down grape ripening into darker black fruit. They stay acidic but have high tannins and deep burgundy color. Everything at Northstar

In the middle of downtown Walla Walla wine tasting we have to take a break and eat. The Olive is a delicatessen with fresh desserts, sandwiches and soups. Very lively and loud but full of great options. Look at the desert photo, wow! Fresh baked breads. I had of Foccacia and veggie sandwich. Great fun dining, reminiscent of boutique napa in-the-vines stops.

Spring Hill is interesting facility since they have nine hundred acres and a hundred of it is wines but the rest is wheat.  Great map featured showing the dry desert climate where they grow hay and in the middle is a green vineyard. This is their estate property.The entire winery does homage to ancestors with their names of the products and two of them have been on the 100 wines of the world list several times including Uriah and Frederick.once again we were surprised by how the Merlot taste like a big cab and the cab taste like soft Merlot.we're also surprised how campground takes a lead in

this winery had a number of award-winning products so we found it in the downtown Walla Walla area. It sits amongst the first at the Marcus Whitman Classic Hotel we're for tasting rooms share space.as we are seeing in this state Merlot taste huge and big and cabs are easy drinking. They say that Cab Sauv, Cab Franc and Petit Verdot are picked last in the entire area so that they can get the biggest wine they can. Each parietal is shown independently and the cab Franc has a taste that is not the normal pepper taste or vegetable, but a easy drinking light fruity wine. My companion

David helped us at our first tasting of the day by letting us in early, thank you David.Lovely property. Huge production facility. We followed in a tanker truck carrying juice from one of their properties.Iconic products in three tiers, one of them is called the icon which is their upper tier only available here and for the wine club. The second is what is normal reserves. Also only available here and for the wine club. Then they have the public products that are classics.We purchased the brute which is made out of 75% charged and 25% Pinot. We also purchased the reserve cab. Very approachable tannins and lovely

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