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Vintage 2016

Delille Cellars D2. Complex nose of red currants, cedar, pencil lead, white meadow flowers, and mocha. The freshness and lift on the palate definitely represents the vintage, with red currants and mulberries supported by toffee and vanilla oak notes.

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

As to the reds, Delille's D2 is billed as the second wine of their Chaleur Estate blend and is comprised of 60% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot that spent 18 months in French oak. It displays classic aromas and flavors of black currants, wild herbs, plum sauce and Asian spice to go with a fleshy, full-bodied texture on the palate. Rich, voluptuous and well-constructed, it could certainly be consumed now, yet will be even better in another year or so and shine for over a decade. Drink now-2025. Making their wines in a Woodinville facility and pulling grapes from a number of eastern Washington AVAs, DeLille
Cellars was founded in the early nineties and is a reference point estate. The wines are made by Chris Upchurch, with help from Jason Gorski and Louis Skinner in the cellar. They've split up the brand into two different labels: Doyenne for all Rhone-styled blends, and Chaleur Estate for their Bordeaux blends and straight Cabernet Sauvignon releases.
Delille Cellars D2.

Bottle Size: .750

DeLille Cellars currently produces five Bordeaux-styled wines: Grand Ciel, Chaleur Estate Red, D2, Harrison Hill and Chaleur Estate Blanc. Also produced are the Doyenne wines, which include a classic northern Rhone-style Syrah - awarded as one of the great 15 Syrahs of the world; a Roussanne; Metier, a Southern Rhone-styled red wine; Metier Blanc, a Provence-style white, and Aix, a Provence-style red. We have built a traditional Bordeaux chai styled winery on the family farm owned by the Lill family. This beautiful ten-acre site overlooks the Woodinville valley floor below, including the wineries of Chateau Ste. Michelle and Columbia Winery.
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