What better way to enjoy the spring than with our Abracadabra Rosé! Beautiful electric pink in color, aromas of ripe strawberries abound with more subtle notes of peaches and orange blossoms. On the palate is bountiful fruit backed up by deliciously crisp acidity.
The 2018 vintage is a richly aromatic wine, resplendent with tangerine, apricot, ripe pear and apple with touches of honey and anise. Crisp acidity greets the palate while mouth filling fruit flavors linger making this an excellent companion to many foods, from crab cakes to shellfish to Asian cuisine. 91 pts. - Wine Enthusiast
This Sangiovese-based Super Tuscan-style blend is always a hit with foodies. The 2015 vintage shows off generous aromatic elements and a classic Chianti-like finish. Wild blackberries with hints of white truffle. 93 pts. - James Suckling
Southern Rhone-Style blend inspired by the wines of Chateauneuf du Pape. This is a Grenache based wine with Syrah, Mourvedre, and smaller amounts of Counoise and Cinsault. A complex nose of ripe, red cherries, tar, white pepper and the garigue spice with a long finish of earthy minerals. Tri-Cities Wine Festival - Best of Class - Double Gold
This finely-crafted blend will instantly transport you to Spain, where Tempranillo is regarded as the king of Spanish varietals. A beautiful garnet color greets you with bright aromas of black cherry, toasted cedar, pomegranate and black pepper with hints of baking spices. 92 pts. - James Suckling, 90 pts.- Wine Enthusiast
This enchanted wine uses the same carefully-selected vineyard sources as other wines. You might just fall under its spell! Aromas of blackberries, black cherries and cedar with pinches of pepper and vanilla bean. Best of Class / Gold - Cascadia Wine Competition
I am very proud to introduce the second of our Dedication Series. My passion is making great blended wines inspired by the classical blends of Europe. Never wanting to stand still, I am offering up a new series of blended wines outside of the box (but still inside the bottle). Each wine is unique in its blend and to whom it is dedicated. For our second Dedication wine, we bring you, Takahashi. A Malbec based Bordeaux blend dedicated to Robert Takahashi our assistant winemaker, who has contributed greatly to Brian Carter Cellars as well as the wines of Washington.92 pts. - Robert Parker, Double Gold - Cascadia Wine Competition
Using five varietals permitted in the Bordeaux region of France, this “Right Bank,” Merlot-dominated wine is a winner with red meats. Notes of cassis, blackberry, fruit, and exotic spices. 93 pts. - James Suckling
The floral aromatic qualities, combined with its inky hue and powerful structure, makes this limited production Petit Verdot-based Bordeaux-style blend truly special. Multi-layered with aromas of pie cherries, black raspberries, musk and cedar. Originally released to celebrate Brian's 30th year as a Washington winemaker it is now in it's 9th release. This wine captures Brian's spirit of winemaking: Make a difference, do it better, do it well. 90 pts. - Jeb Dunnuck
This vintage port-style dessert wine is made from a blend of varietals, such as Touriga Nacional, and is fortified with local brandy. Aromas of berry fruits and chocolate, with a hint of orange peel. Cascadia Wine Competition - Double Gold, NW Wine Summit - Best of Category/Gold
This vintage port-style dessert wine is made from a blend of varietals, such as Touriga Nacional, and is fortified with local brandy. Aromas of berry fruits and chocolate, with a hint of orange peel. Jefferson Cup Invitational Winner
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