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10 Washington Cabernets with Personality

New reviews of reds from Columbia Valley, Red Mountain, Horse Heaven Hills and beyond
Courtesy of Milbrandt
Milbrandt's 2015 Cabernet from Columbia Valley is hard to beat at 91 points and just $17.
Tim Fish
Posted: March 12, 2018

Cabernet Sauvignon thrives around the wine world, but the trick is making a wine that is distinctive and true to place. Washington has been fine-tuning its winemaking and winegrowing long enough now to create its own personality and appeal, and this week's new releases illustrate this point. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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