Double Canyon continues to prove themselves amongst the best producers in Washington State, with their third consecutive vintage of at least a 92 point score. The 2017 Horse Hills comes roaring right out of the gates with beautiful, clean red fruits. On the attack, the wine offers intricately woven youthful tannins that give the wine a delicious and slightly chewy taste.
James Suckling called the wine, “very well crafted and refined” with “creamy tannins and a delicious finish.” That’s true, and it’s also incredible fresh and well built.
This one drinks nearly as well as its $65 older brother, but since we locked in a full year ago – you can have it for a much more gulpable price.
92 Points, James Suckling
This is a very well crafted and refined cab blend with a medium to full body, round and creamy tannins and a delicious finish. Give this time to soften but already polished and delicious.