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93 points - Wine Enthusiast 2011 Nina Lee Syrah Walla Walla Valley

Spring Valley Vineyard 2011 Nina Lee Syrah (Walla Walla Valley). Coming from a cool vintage, this thriller of a wine has generous notes of black pepper, plum, orange rind and cranberry. It’s concentrated, rich and flavorful with the oak (50% new French) giving some gruffness to the tannins that should soften with additional time in the bottle. Best after 2017. —S.S. 03/01/2015

91 points - Wine Enthusiast 2011 Uriah Estate Grown Walla Walla Valley

Spring Valley Vineyard 2011 Uriah Estate Grown (Walla Walla Valley). Mostly Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this wine from the cool 2011 vintage is light in color, with notes of raspberries, green herbs and flowers. It’s on the lighter side of medium bodied—fleshing out over time—with abundant savory flavors and a firm handshake of tannins. It will benefit from additional time in the cellar. Best after 2018. Cellar Selection. —S.S. 03/01/2015

92 points - Wine & Spirits 2011 Uriah Red Blend - Walla Walla Valley

2011 Walla Walla Valley Uriah A blend of merlot, cabernet franc, petit verdot, malbec and cabernet sauvignon, this estate wine has an old-school feel-in its cedar scents and Walla Walla leafiness; in its dusty cherry flavors and dusty tannins; and mostly in its weighty, comforting texture. The cool 2011 vintage has lent this an elegance that will gain even more definition in the cellar, if you can wait. Or pour it with a marbled steak. 02/01/2015

89 points - Wine Enthusiast 2011 Katherine Corkrum Cabernet Franc Walla Walla Valley

Spring Valley Vineyard 2011 Katherine Corkrum Estate Grown Cabernet Franc (Walla Walla Valley). An aromatically subtle wine with notes of mortared herbs, flowers and cherry. The fruit flavors are elegantly styled, broadening with time, with a slightly gritty feel to the tannins but with a long finish. —S.S. abv: NA Price: $50 01/01/2015

91 points - Wine Spectator 2011 Uriah Red Blend - Walla Walla Valley

Lithe, open-textured and appealing, with cherry flavors matched to refined tannins. Hints of cinnamon and floral linger on the deftly balanced finish. Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Drink now through 2018. 750 cases made. –HS 12/15/2014