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The Best of the Pacific Northwest (6 Bottle)

The holiday season is officially here, and we're helping you stock your shelves with the best red wines that the Pacific Northwest has to offer! This delicious trio is filled with the mouthwatering fruit notes of black raspberries and Chambord liqueur and with luscious wood spices of milk chocolate, toasted vanilla beans and hazelnuts, everything that the gorgeous PacNorthwest is known for.

The Best of the Pacific Northwest (6 Bottle)

Item #: 47938

$126.00/ea.
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Wines In Sampler:

2014 Angel Vine Columbia Valley, Oregon 'Stonetree Vineyard' Petite Sirah 2014 Angel Vine Columbia Valley, Oregon 'Stonetree Vineyard' Petite Sirah
Powerful and a single vineyard wine, directly from Washington state, this gorgeous Petite Sirah offers a long, delicious finish.
2016 Maryhill Winery Columbia Valley, Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Maryhill Winery Columbia Valley, Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon
A quintessential Northwest Cabernet; red in hue, fresh on the palate and brimming with fruit flavor.
2017 Eugene Wine Cellars Williamette Valley Oregon 'B2' Pinot Noir 2017 Eugene Wine Cellars Williamette Valley Oregon 'B2' Pinot Noir
When you're looking for a quintessential Oregon Pinot Noir, look no further- it's ruby in hue & filled with everything that Pinot dreams are made of.

NOTE: Because these wines are all in very limited supply, substitutions for wines similar in character and of equal or higher value may occasionally be made.

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