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Garrison Creek Cellars announces the release of their 2007 Zinfandel!

Last year, I visited Walla Walla during Spring Release weekend. Garrison Creek Cellars was the highlight of my visit - see article (Garrison Creek Cellars).


I just received notice that Garrison Creek Cellars is releasing their 2007 Zinfandel. I'm spreading the word, this is your opportunity to take this marvelous wine home.

Winery Supplied Note (more below):
"This wine’s toasty vanilla and bright raspberry characteristics will lend themselves beautifully to bittersweet chocolates."  It is their second Zinfandel ever released, and they are quite proud of it.

Limited quantities of this wine and all purchases are first-come, first-served.  This wine can be purchased directly through the winery via email, or over the phone at (509) 525-7377.  Pricing, case discount, and tasting notes are included below.

Also, the first ever release of Garrison Creek Cellars Library wines.  
If you are missing any of their sold out vintages in your vertical flight, you can now fill the gap.  They are offering the following wines, at $85/bottle:
  • 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon (43 bottles remaining)
  • 2002 Cabernet Sauvignon (Walla Walla and Columbia Valley appellations) (36 bottles each remaining)
  • 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon (33 bottles remaining)
  • 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon (37 bottles remaining)
  • 2002 Syrah (36 bottles remaining)
Winery Tasting Notes
GARRISON CREEK CELLARS 2007 Zinfandel Walla Walla Valley
Zinfandel is a relatively rare variety in Washington vineyards; this 2007 vintage is our second  from our estate vineyard, Les Collines. Our winemaking goal for this wine was to showcase the bright berry fruit that is characteristic of Zinfandels, and then add warm, spicy notes with barrel aging. We aged this vintage in new French oak barrels for 19 months, and then bottled it at the end of May 2009. A year and a half of bottle aging followed, and the resulting wine has a very pleasing, full finish.  

Cases produced: 150

Vineyard: Les Collines
Release date: December 2010
Barrel aging: 19 months new French oak
Alcohol: 15.4% by volume

Winemaker notes: Generous notes of raspberry and strawberry jam in the nose; a medium-full, supple body is balanced by firm acidity, making it a versatile wine to pair with fine meals.

Price per Bottle: $55
Case: $594 (reflects 10% case discount)

Cheers!

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