Washington Cabernet Sauvignon

Here’s a fun factoid: there were a grand total of 12 Cabernet Sauvignons bottled in the entire Northwest in 1979. Fast forward to today: 18,528 acres planted, and production spiked 76 percent since 2014. This sort of growth spurt is rarely found outside of puberty. 

Cabernet Sauvignon
Red Mountain, Washington
2017
$42.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Walla Walla Valley
2017
$25.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Horse Heaven Hills, Washington
2015
$35.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Columbia Valley, Washington
2016
$62.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Yakima Valley, Washington
2017
$44.00

$20.00

$27.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Walla Walla Valley, Washington
2014
$75.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Columbia Valley, Washington
2018
$20.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Red Mountain, Washington
2018
$75.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Columbia Valley, Washington
2014
$65.00

California Cabernet Sauvignon

People occasionally ask why we don’t have many California Cabernet Sauvignons. The answer is reasonable and predictable—we live in a state that produces amazing Cabernet at all price points, so most of what gets shipped from California is meant to supply the demand of two specific markets: the retail chain shelves and the cellars of collectors. One is produced in enormous numbers by enormous mechanized facilities in the central coast; the other in small quantities by the hands of people meaning to create art in a bottle. One is cheap, the other, not so much.

Cabernet Sauvignon
Napa Valley, California
2017
$60.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Napa Valley, California
2015
$55.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
Napa County and Sonoma County, California
2016
$75.00

Cabernet Sauvignon
St. Helena, California
2016
$85.00