With the newest release of Wine & Spirits Magazine comes new scores for our newest vintages. This type of recognition means so much to everyone here at DeLille Cellars, as we’re constantly working to create the most beloved wines local to Washington State. We’re pleased to share the 2023 Wine & Spirits scores here:
Showcasing a classic layering of red and dark fruits, our 2020 D2 is built upon a softer, approachable structure and style that allow for this wine to be so reliable to be enjoyed in its youth. Enjoy now with a gentle decant or cellar for up to 15 years. Our 2020 vintage is now sold out, but shop our 30th vintage, the 2021 D2 here.
Chaleur Estate marks the foundation on which the winery has built its craft of blending Washington State fruit in the traditional style. This wine is a Cabernet Sauvignon-dominant blend of Bordeaux varietals, with a focus on Red Mountain vineyards. Cellaring 12+ years will help tame the tannins and bring along even more complexity.
Medium to full-bodied, balanced and focused with fantastic layers that shine with elegance and refinement, our 2020 Le Colosse is a single varietal merlot that offers flavors of juicy blackberry and graphite complimented by a spicy finish. Easily enjoy now or cellar 10+ years.
The union of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon prove their compatibility once again in our 2020 Minuit. The palate shows great concentration and weight, with the vibrant dark fruits elevating the wine and bringing energy to the finish. Enjoy now or cellar for 10+ years.
Our 2021 Métier Cabernet Sauvignon is an inviting, smooth wine with black cherry and plum aromas pouring from the glass. With this only being the second vintage of our Métier lineup we are exceptionally proud and humbled to receive this recognition, as it reflects the care our winemaking team has put into their craft.
Thank you to Wine & Spirits for featuring us, we look forward to what next year holds! You can find all of these wines on our website, or visit our Woodinville tasting room to try some of these amazing Washington wines.