The Columbia Crest 2009 H3 Les Chevaux Red Red (Horse Heaven Hills) wine is of the Red Blend variety from the USA, produced within the H3 Les Chevaux Red vineyard in the Washington province. The cost is $15. This wine has a score of 73/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a warm wine with a mineral texture that gives it a crisp edge. The red fruits are fresh and ripe.
This is a full-bodied and richly layered wine with complex flavors. It has a tight, dark structure that is still developing and is still accented by soft, ripe fruit. The acidity is still there, giving a crisp aftertaste. It needs time for the intact fruit to subside and allow the ripe, juicy character to show. Drink from 2020.
This wine is rich and structured, having a concentrated structure and a firm structure to be sure. The fruit is still a closed and dense part of this tightly knit, dry, mineral wine. The closed core of acidity gives a crisp, sharp aftertaste. Drink from 2020.
From a site with a long history of Pinot Noir, this is a fruity wine that’s full of fresh fruit and intense acidity. The wine is rich, ripe with black cherry and orange fruit, fresh acidity and a strong, rejuvenated aftertaste that strengthens the fruitiness. Drink from 2020.
Ripe and spicy, this is a soft, rounded wine. It is full of red fruits and soft tannins. The acidity is just right, giving a refreshing aftertaste. Drink from 2020.
Tight, dry and mineral, this is a light-bodied Pinot Noir that shows great elegance and freshness. Aromas of apricot, honeysuckle and almond are lifted by gingerbread and a touch of butter from the oak. The finish is dry and the finish is long.
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