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2019 Tamarack Columbia Valley Firehouse Red

Notes of red cherry, cedar box and leather highlight the nose, with darker fruit including blackberry emerging at the end as it opens up.

2019 Tamarack Columbia Valley Firehouse Red

Country: United States

Brand: Tamarack

Varietal: Red Blend

Vintage: 2019

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About This Wine:

In other words, there’s no other wine like it. And that’s certainly true of the 2019 Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red Wine from Washington’s Columbia Valley.

A bold blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc — along with a splash of “winemaker's proprietary red blend” — this wine offers vibrant aromas and robust flavors in a medium-bodied style. That makes Firehouse Red easy to drink, and its smooth finish (with lots of dark fruit, spice and just a hint of tobacco) seems to say, “More, please!”

The grapes for the wine were sourced from premium vineyards in Washington’s Columbia Valley, which sit at the same latitude as Bordeaux, France — the historic home of the king of grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon. No wonder Tamarack Cellars' 2019 Firehouse Red Wine has such luscious dark fruit character. Take a sip, and you’ll agree it truly is a wine without a match.

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