Spring Valley Vineyard


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Eater NationalSpring Valley 2010 Nine Lee Syrah Walla Walla

Eater.com features the Spring Valley 2010 Nine Lee Syrah Walla Walla as “a hidden gem” in an article on new world versus old world wine. Tasting notes include, “Look for aromas of violet, boysenberry, cedar, bittersweet chocolate, and cumin.” 01/27/2016

92 points - International Wine Cellar 2012 Uriah Red Blend Walla Walla Valley

Full red-ruby. Restrained. fresh aromas of cherry, redcurrant, graphite and licorice. Shows a subtle sweetness and a lightly saline character to the intense, fine-grained flavors of dark plum, currant, menthol and chocolatey, spice oak. Classy wine with a very suave texture, noble tannins and excellent subtle length. The Spring Valley wines have been far more refined in the last two vintages than ever before. 01/11/2016

91 points - Wine Spectator 2012 Katherine Corkrum Cabernet Franc


92 points - International Wine Cellar 2012 Frederick Red Blend Walla Walla Valley

Dark red-ruby. Subdued but pure aromas of cassis, black cherry, graphite and licorice. Suave and perfumed in the mouth, showing a saline quality to the complex, subtle flavors of cherry, rose petal, minerals and chocolatey oak. Very suave, refined wine with a fine dusting of firm, noble tannins and noteworthy persistence. Not quite as sweet in the early going as the more Cabernet-dominated Uriah bottling, but boasts terrific subtle flavor intensity and length. 11/15/2015

91 points - International Wine Cellar 2012 Nina Lee Syrah Walla Walla Valley

Bright, deep ruby-red. Perfumed aromas of blackberry, licorice, violet, dark chocolate and minerals. Plush and moderately sweet in the mouth, with the dark berry flavors lifted by enticing floral perfume. Really builds subtly on the long, smooth, savory back end, with the fine-grained tannins giving shape to the wine. Very classy Syrah but it will need a few years in the cellar to express itself. 11/15/2015