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Gorman The Devil You Don't Know 2013
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We know this Devil and it gets the nod as our favorite of the two. Can a wine be serious and fun? We submit this as proof! Outstanding, concentrated, packed with intensity. Cassis and blackberry plays with mint and graphite. You'll love this today, or over the next several years. 64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 13% Petit Sirah, and 8% Petit Verdot, aged in French oak for 16 months.

2011 vintage notes: Gorman's newest wine is my favorite Gorman wine to date. It's a combination of the price and the purity of fruit - lush and black-hearted like the devil himself. A unique blend of 50% Cabernet, 40% Syrah, 8% Mourvedre, 2% Petit Sirah. I liked it so much it's a July Big Reds Wine Club selection. - Marcus

Gorman's critical praise belies the winery's age. Gorman's wines came out of the gates with big scores. In 2008, Wine Spectator named Chris Gorman one of ten rising stars in American winemaking. The wines continue to be among Wine Spectator's highest-rated Washington reds.

Gorman used to be a one-man show - now it's twice the size! Joking aside, Chris Gorman has added an assistant winemaker, Ben Paplow, who is rumored to be an exciting up-and-coming Woodinville winemaker.

Best value Gorman everyday drinking red. 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Syrah, 8% Mourvedre, and 2% Petite Sirah.

Chris Gorman descended into the wine business after graduating from university in 1991, apparently too affected to climb out, he made the best of it.Cutting his teeth on world class Barolo and Barbaresco, he spent 3 years working for a small Italian Importer and never looked back.

For the next decade, as a main stay in the Seattle wine trade, Chris was lucky to represent some of the finest wines in the world. He traveled extensively in the wine areas of Italy, Spain and Germany.

His is a simple philosophy; to make wine, it is imperative to understand it. Those early years found him producing small batch wines, using stolen fruit from many of Washington's finest vineyards.

In 2002 Gorman Winery went commercial.

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