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Colossal sized Flavors


Come warm up in the Humble Vine. These wines are sure to put some color back in your cheeks. Big mouthwatering flavors are found in each of these bottles. All are dry but rich and fruit foreword. Some blends, some not. These guys will let you know they are there. Not for the faint of palate. Let’s taste a Pinot dominant kitchen sink blend from Oregon!!!, then a nice Yakima blend of mostly Cabernet, A wonderful Napa Meritage (another name for Bordeaux blend), An Amazing Cab dominant blend from the “Champoux” vineyards of Heaven Horse Hills WA, A rad new style Syrah from Santa Barbra CA, then a 100% Monastrell, from Spain. This is gonna be good….


Sineann, “R” Table Wine, Oregon, 2015 $19

This superb value mixes barrels from all the red wines in Sineann's portfolio. Mostly Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Zinfandel, there are small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot as well. It's dark and spicy, the flavors well integrated. It adds up to a potent and powerful all-purpose barbeque red, loaded with black fruits and finished with a kiss of caramel.


Two Mountain Hidden Horse Red Blend No., Yakima, WA 17

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc opens with rich aromas of dark fruits, tobacco and white pepper followed by flavors of blackberry, dark cherry and vanilla, framed in toasty oak.


Elizabeth Rose, “Chockablock”, Napa Valley, CA, 2015 $25

This 2015 Red Wine displays an intense and vibrant ruby color, along with notes of dark red cherry and hints of chocolate. Aromas of ripe dark red cherries and rhubarb along with cocoa, jump out of the glass. A lush, fleshy, and appealing palate of red fruits and spices. It is medium bodied with integrated soft and round tannins making it easy to drink now with the perfect balance of strength and elegance.


Powers, Horse Heaven Hills "A.V.A. Collection" Red Blend 2014 $21

Layered elegant aromatics of huckleberries, black cherries, currant along with a touch of fresh herbs and smoke lead into a complex wine on the palate. Packing loads of dark rich fruits such as black currant and dark cherries married with haunting herbs such as anise, the finish is very elegant and complex with firm tannins and a nice balance of acidity


Stolpman, Para Maria de las Tecolotes, Santa Barbra, CA. 2016 $23

Para Maria, a fantastic Syrah, already shows off its breadth and complexity at a tender young age. Lively, peppy balance and juicy brambly blackberry. Graphite and cracked pepper create an impression of seriousness with a hint of savory wood from the whole-bunch carbonic fermentation. 


Bodegas Beryna, Blue Monastrell, Alicante, Spain 2011 $16

Sight Clean bright and intense, dark cherry red color with maroon edges and violet reflections. It has appealing notes of ripe and mellow red and black fruit that give way to some spicy, floral, and roasted nuances. Nice acidity, very pleasant velvety tannins and a looong finish. A balanced, fun, honest and round Spanish wine.

Earlier Event: January 24
Wine Tasting Around the Globe
Later Event: January 31
Wine Tasting: Hooray for Gamay