Corliss Red Wine 2008 $68
This red absolutely floored me - in fact, I preferred it to the Cab, perhaps because it is drinking so beautifully right now. Supple and voluminous, with cassis and loganberry cascading across your palate. Nuances of cedar, sage, iron and baker's chocolate round out this damn near perfect red wine. The two best Washington reds I've tried all year: Figgins 09 and Corliss 07. I highly, highly recommend it. - Marcus
The Unnamed Syrah 09 $60
Fascinating "rocks" Syrah, showing Asian spices, cured olive, smoked meat, fig, dark cherry and baked plum. The supple texture makes this drink beautifully right out of the gate. You will taste pure terroir with the 2010 "The Unnamed" Syrah. The terroir is expressed in the flavor - with hints of shattered stone, crushed fig, anise and raspberry. This wine has a fantastic mouthfeel with a long finish.
Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 $40
Wine Spectator 93 points: Intriguingly spicy, featuring hints of nutmeg and coffee mingling with a supple core of black currant and sage flavors, lingering easily on the polished, medium-weight finish. Drink now through 2020. 300 cases made.