Disruption Red Blend 2014
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“The warmer climate of the Wahluke Slope gives richness and intensity to the fully ripened Cabernet Sauvignon. The freshness and dark fruit of the Malbec benefits from the cooler sites of the Yakima Valley. The result – a deep and dark blend that has vibrancy and freshness on the palate. The best of both worlds.” ~Winery Notes
Columbia Valley AVA: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon (Clifton Bluff Vineyard, Wahluke Slope AVA), 40% Malbec (Newhouse Vineyard & DenHoed Vineyard, Yakima Valley AVA)
In 2011, Latta began producing wines under his own name, with a commitment to small-batch, native-fermented, single-vineyard releases of Grenache, Malbec, and Roussanne. The wines of these early vintages have been embraced by numerous industry publications – as indicated by the accolades below – and, after his departure from Charles Smith in 2014, he was quickly named one of “Washington’s Game-Changing Winemakers” by Wine Enthusiast.
In 2014 he additionally co-founded Disruption Wines, driven by the motto “More Wine, Less Ego.” Though the wines are humbly labeled as ‘Washington State,” each bottle is comprised of pedigreed fruit sourced from small vienyards in Ancient Lakes, Wahluke Slope, or Yakima Valley. This inaugural release consists of three wines: Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Red Wine consisting of Carbernet Sauvignon and Malbec.
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