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DeLille Earns Over 20 90-Point Scores from Vinous

We are excited to share over 20 90+ point scores from wine critic Eric Guido at Vinous Magazine! Read more about these top-scoring wines and stock up your cellar. 

grand ciel cabernet sauvignon red mountain red wine

95 points — 2019 Grand Ciel Cabernet Sauvignon

“Dusty and inward in the glass the 2019 Grand Ciel Cabernet Sauvignon wafts up with a mentholated mix of musky black currants, exotic spices and balsamic herbs. This is deeply textural with dark mineral-tinged raspberry and tart cherry fruits offset by sweet baking spices under and air of tobacco. This tapers off both structured but also potent and incredibly long as grippy tannins fade, leaving nuances of plum and lavender to linger. Drink 2026-2035″

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Le Colosse Yakima Valley Red Wine94+ points — 2019 Le Colosse

“The 2019 Le Colosse smolders up from the glass with a darkly inward mix of crushed rocks and lavender complementing wild blueberries and hints of plum. This is seductively silky and refined without a hard edge in sight, with cooling acidity that motivates its sweet red and black fruits. The 2019 tapers off classically structured and long, echoing notes of black raspberry and licorice under a sweet air of minty herbs. Fans of Washington Merlot will not want to miss this. Drink 2025-2033”

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bottle of delille cellars chaleur estate red mountain red wine94+ points — 2019 Chaleur Estate

“Dark and spicy in the glass, the 2019 Chaleur Estate lifts from the glass with masses of black raspberry, sweet herbs, hints of white pepper and crushed rocks. This is silky and seductive, with cooling acidity that adds a sensation of pure energy and thrust to its vivid red berry and inner floral tones. Nuances of lavender and spice linger incredibly long. The 2019 finishes structured yet lively, but with that said, these grippy tannins will take some time to fully integrate. Drink 2025-2035”

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delille cellars shaw cabernet sauvignon94+ points — 2019 Shaw Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

“The 2019 Shaw Vineyard, a varietal Cabernet Sauvignon from Red Mountain, is dusty and floral in the glass, with nuances of wild strawberry, red plums and dried roses forming its bouquet. It is wildly energetic, with sweet inner herbal tones and mineral-tinged red fruits complemented by zesty acidity. It lingers long with dusty tannins throughout the perfumed finale, as nuances of violet and lavender slowly fade. Drink 2024-2031”

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Grand Ciel Red Mountain Syrah94 points — 2019 Grand Ciel Syrah

“Cracked ashen stones, savory herbs and smoky black currants form the 2019 Syrah Grand Ciel’s beguiling bouquet. This is silky and round on the palate, with depths of dark fruit, savory spice and herbal tones that swirl throughout. It leaves the palate caked in salty minerals and a web of fine-grained tannins while tapering off with pretty inner violet florals and a dark fruit concentration. Drink 2024-2032”

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93 points — 2019 D2

“Masses of crushed wild blueberries, tart cherry, sage nuances and a hint of spiced citrus rinds waft up from the 2019 D2. This is elegant and silky in feel, with peppery-tinged red and blue fruits underscored by saline-mineral tones that add a lovely tactile feel toward the close. It tapers off structured and concentrated, and yet it maintains a fantastically fresh persona. Frankly, it’s amazing to think that the D2 is the “entry-level” Bordeaux blend from DeLille Cellars. The 2019 is a Merlot-heavy blend rounded out with 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. Drink 2024-2032″

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Discovery Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Washington Wine93 points — 2019 Discovery Cabernet Sauvignon

“Masses of crushed raspberries mix with sweet herbs and cloves as the 2019 Discovery opens in the glass. This is silky-smooth and round on the palate, with ripe red berries complemented by pretty inner florals and vibrant acidity that keeps the style fresh throughout. A coating of primary concentration is left to linger, as the 2019 finishes with a fine web of tannins that slowly clenches the senses. Of note, the Discovery will not be made in 2020, as the winery felt it was not as expressive as usual due to the issues with smoke during the vintage. Drink 2025-2033”

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Klipsun Vineyard Washington Wine93 points — 2019 Klipsun Cabernet Sauvignon

“The 2019 Klipsun Vineyard is vividly floral with bright red fruits, dusty rose and hints of lavender. Its textures are velvety in feel, yet the style is lifted and finessed throughout, with masses of spiced raspberry and tart cherry excited by bright acidity. This finishes with grippy tannins, as residual acids work to keep the expression fresh throughout, and nuances of Violette pastille and sugar-dusted currants slowly fade. Drink 2025-2035”

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Doyenne Red Mountain red wine93 points — 2019 Doyenne

“The 2019 Doyenne, a blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, wafts up with a dark mix of black raspberries, dusty sage, graphite and dried roses. It’s soft-textured and round on the palate, with pretty floral-laced red fruits propelled by zesty acidity. This leaves a staining of primary concentration while tapering off lightly structured yet also fresh and mouthwatering. This is a lovely blending of Syrah and Cabernet. It’s super-sexy, yet with a balanced structure that promises good things through medium-term cellaring. Drink 2025-2030”

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red willow syrah yakima valley wine92+ Points — 2020 Red Willow Syrah

“The 2020 Syrah Red Willow is youthfully understated on the nose, wafting up with rosy florals, rich black fruits and nuances of cracked ashen stone. This splashes across the palate with ripe dark red fruits, displaying a pleasant inner sweetness and underlying minerality that adds a tactile grip toward the close. It finishes staining and long with grippy tannins that frame the style well while maintaining an energetic feel. Drink 2024-2030”

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bottle of chaleur blanc white wine92 points — 2021 Chaleur Blanc

“The 2021 Chaleur Blanc is exotic and spicy with a captivating mix of gingery spice, yellow flowers and crushed green apples. This is creamy in feel with cooling acidity that propels its ripe orchard fruits, as sweet exotic spices cascade across the palate. The 2021 finishes unexpectedly fresh, yet with admirable length and potency, while leaving the mouth watering for more. This Bordeaux Blanc, a fashioned blend of 67% Sauvignon Blanc and 33% Sémillon, is an absolute pleasure to taste. Drink 2024-2032”

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2020 Marguerite Bottle Shot92 points — 2019 Marguerite Sauvignon Blanc

“The 2019 Marguerite is rich and spicy in the glass, as almond paste and white flowers give way to candied lime contrasted by flinty crushed stone. This is silky-smooth, communicating a sense of opulence while being expertly balanced by a core of zesty acidity. Citrus-tinged peach and baked apple are complemented by sweet spices and nuances of roasted hazelnut. This leaves the palate reeling with residual tension, finishing spicy and potent while leaving the mouth watering for more. Already highly pleasurable today, this varietal Sauvignon Blanc is also geared for medium-term cellaring. Drink 2024-2031”

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92 points — 2021 Sagemoor Riesling

“The 2021 Riesling Sagemoor Vineyards from DeLille Cellars wafts up with sweet floral perfumes, candied ginger, lime zest and nuances of kiwi. It’s soft-textured with a balanced inner sweetness, casting ripe melon and nuances of candied citrus across an energizing core of juicy acidity. This cleans up beautifully through the finale, leaving salty minerals and hints of sour melon to linger through the cheek-puckering finale. The balance of savory and sweet is expertly done here. Drink 2024-2030”

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Red Willow Vineyard Yakima Valley Washington Wine92 points — 2019 Red Willow Blend

“Dusty florals and peppery herbs give way to crushed black raspberries and a dusting of cocoa as the 2019 Red Willow comes to life in the glass. This coasts along the palate, cooling and full of energy, showing its minerality up front. Juicy red and black fruits give way to grippy tannins that settle in toward the close. The 2019 has sneaky concentration that leaves the palate wrapped up in youthful tension, along with fine tannins that will require a number of years to fully mellow. The Red Willow is a blend of 56% Cabernet Franc, 35% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink 2024-2032”

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yakima valley signature syrah red wine92 points — 2019 Signature Syrah

“The 2019 Syrah Signature is spicy and intense with masses of dark red and black berries tinged with wild herbal tones and hints of underbrush. This washes across the palate with silky textural dark red fruits and exotic spices contrasted by a twang of sour citrus. It finishes lightly structured yet staining, with cooling herbal and mineral tones that linger on. Drink 2025-2031”

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delille cellars roussanne red mountain white wine91 points — 2021 Roussanne

“The 2021 Roussanne Red Mountain is incredibly spicy, with ginger-tinged peach and hints of kiwi forming its bouquet. This soothes with its round textures while zesty acids pepper the senses with tension, complementing its ripe orchard fruits and melon tones. This tapers off long and potent with a salty flourish that lingers on and on. While not stated on the label, the 2021 is sourced entirely from 21-year-old vines from the Ciel du Cheval vineyard. Drink 2023-2026”

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"91 points — 2020 Roofline Chardonnay

“The 2020 Chardonnay Roofline is spicy in the glass with notes of crushed rocks, ginger-spiced lemon rind and crushed apple forming its bouquet. It’s soft-textured with depths of minerality offsetting ripe orchard fruits contrasted by hints of candied citrus. This tapers off fresh with masses of residual tension and acids, keeping the mouth watering for more. Drink 2023-2025”

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StoneTree Mourvedre Washington Wine91 points — 2020 StoneTree Mourvèdre

“A rich mix of crushed raspberries complemented by peppery herbs and hints of brown spice wafts up from the 2020 Mourvèdre StoneTree. It’s silky-smooth with ripe red fruits and sweet spice that’s elevated by zesty acidity. This stains the palate with primary concentration, slowly tapering off with nuances of wild berry and pretty inner rose tones. Drink 2023-2026”

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delille cellars minuit yakima valley red wine91 points — 2019 Minuit

“The 2019 Minuit, a blend of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon, impresses with its vibrant mix of black raspberries complemented by violet florals and sweet smoke. This is silky-smooth, with a seductively spicy mix of ripe red berries accelerated by juicy acidity that keeps the style wildly fresh. The 2019 is packed full of energy, tapering off wickedly spicy and fresh with only the slightest hint of tannin that lingers on. Drink 2024-2030”

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Maverick chardonnay90 points — 2020 Maverick Vineyard Chardonnay

“The 2020 Chardonnay Maverick, sourced from vineyards across the border in Oregon, wafts up with pretty floral perfumes complicated by flint-crushed rocks and yellow apple tones. This is silky and pliant, yet also nicely lifted with cooling minerality and a note of young pear. The 2020 finishes with a pleasant grip, as gingery spices and honeyed florals slowly fade. Drink 2023-2026”

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columbia valley rose wine90 points — 2021 Rosé

“Sweet melon, rosy florals and hints of wild strawberry waft up from the 2021 Rosé. It’s silky-smooth and rich on the palate with a pleasant inner spiciness and pretty red fruits. Residual acids maintain a lovely freshness, as the 2021 tapers off remarkably fresh. Drink 2023-2024”

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Le Dessein Columbia Valley Red Wine90 points — 2020 Le Dessein

“The 2020 Le Dessein wafts up with a lovely blend of wild flowers, peppery herbs and crushed raspberries. It splashes across the palate with succulent ripe red fruits and sweet spice, guided by juicy acidity. This leaves a staining of wild berries under an air of inner rose while tapering off pleasantly refreshing. Drink 2023-2026”

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bottle of harrison hill yakima valley red wine90 points — 2019 Harrison Hill

“The 2019 Harrison Hill, a blend of 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc from the 1962 plantings in the Snipes vineyard, is spicy, with dusty florals, peppery herbs and dried black cherries forming its bouquet. This fills the palate with soothingly round textures, as ripe red and hints of blue fruit are carried across a core of brisk acidity. Hints of blueberry and lavender linger through the lightly structured finale, as the 2019 leaves the palate with a classically dry sensation. In the end, I find myself craving a little more depth. Of note is that the 2019 Harrison Hill clocks in at an impressive 13% alcohol. Drink 2024-2030”

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DeLille Cellars Four Flags Cabernet Sauvignon Red Mountain Red Wine90 points — 2019 Four Flags

“The 2019 Four Flags impresses with a mix of wild blueberry, cooling smoke and rubbed sage. It soothes with its silky textures and ripe red and blue fruits, as a pleasant inner sweetness resonates, nicely complemented by zesty acidity. This finishes remarkably fresh with subtly grippy tannins that linger. The 2019 mixes vivid fruit, energy and power in a way that I find wildly appealing. Drink 2024-2030”

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2021 Metier Cabernet Sauvignon90 Points – 2021 Metier Cabernet Sauvignon

“The 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon Metier is unexpectedly fresh with zesty red berries, peppery florals and wild herbs. It boasts tart red fruits and inner herbal tones with mineral underpinnings, all kept nicely in check by zesty acidity. This finishes with a staining wild raspberry concentration and grippy tannins that frame the style well. The Metier Cabernet Sauvignon is produced mostly from Candy Mountain fruit. Drink 2024-2028”

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Add these top-rated wines to your cellar collection today. Although drinking well now, patience cellaring will surely be rewarded. Shop DeLille Cellars Washington wine on our website or visit us at our Woodinville tasting room.

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