Mosier Hills Estate Albariño 2020

Consistent notes. — 4 months ago

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Blanc de Noirs Columbia Gorge Pinot Noir

Washington sparkling! — 5 months ago

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Interesting. Didn’t know that was becoming a thing. I’ll be in Seattle in about a month for work and hope to try some of these unique offerings. Also meeting up with Travis of Kobayashi.


Blanco Mosier Hills Estate Godello Blend

The 2018 is a great all purpose white that is crisp to the palette! — 2 years ago


Oak Ridge Columbia Gorge Pinot Noir 2019

Fresh king salmon! — 4 months ago

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Oak Ridge Columbia Gorge Chardonnay 2020

Something’s off. Finish goes bitter. — 4 months ago

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Mosier Hills Estate Tinto

I don’t know which I like better here - the aromas or the juice itself. This tinto is just awesome.

Immediately, cork removed, I got some briar wood and unripened blackberries. 10 mins later and it’s a totally opened up and tamed beast of old leather, now ripened blackberries, and a slight nod to bacon grease.

A few sips reveal blueberry jam, more blackberries, and plenty of warm baking spices.

The acid is puckeringly fresh and smooth, slight amount of heat and plenty of lingering tannins. Excellent!
— 10 months ago

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Mosier Hills Estate Mencía 2019

Not as dry as i remember from last fall. Very respectable but still a bit anonymous. — 4 months ago

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Mosier Hills Estate Trousseau 2019

Jura ringer. — 5 months ago

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Mosier Hills Estate Blanco

Great balance. Went well with Indian take out and sipping through out the evening. — a year ago


Tinto Mosier Hills Tempranillo Syrah 2017

Bought at winery. Garnet red, moderately extracted pigment. Leather, tangerine and red fruit aromas. Oak and cherry flavors, slight seed bitterness, good acid, wood and somewhat gripping acid-skin astringency on finish. Drinkable now, but not sure what additional aging will get you tannin-wise. More wood dominance and less fruit? Balance among the elements now so why wait? Winery tasting notes mention fresh fig (yes, how did I miss that?) petrichor (huh? Turns out I know what this is - smell of dust or dirt after rain first falls on soil, but I didn’t pick this up in the wine) and red currant (close enough). 40/25/25/10 blend of Grenache (tangerine note), Tempranillo, Syrah (cherry) and Mencia, 228 cases produced. If you’ve never heard of Mencia, Analemma or this AVA, you have to check them out! Only one bottle to taste *sigh* Give the wine an hour for the red fruit to come out and develop length, and a better quaff at that — 2 years ago

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