PARABELLUM (by FORCE MAJEURE) 2019 PROPRIETARY RED "ALLUVIO" RED MOUNTAIN 750mL

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222830
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750ml
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20
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JEB DUNNUCK 93-95 POINTS - "Previously known as Grand Reve, Force Majeure has skyrocketed to the top of the pyramid in Washington State, in no small part due to their talented winemaker, Todd Alexander, who moved from Bryant Family in Napa to Washington State to focus on this estate. While the focus is on their Red Mountain Vineyard, they make a bevy of world-class wines from throughout the Columbia Valley. Anyone doubting the quality coming from Washington State these days owes it to themselves to try these wines."

"Another gem, the 2019 Parabellum Alluvio offers loads of cassis, tobacco leaf, graphite, and lead pencil notes in a full-bodied, pure, beautifully balanced, layered package. The entry level Bordeaux blend from this team, it's a gorgeous wine in the making that will have upfront appeal yet also keep for 15 years if you're so inclined."

ANTONIO GALLONI'S VINOUS MEDIA 92 POINTS - "A kitchen sink blend of Bordeaux varietals (38% Merlot, 37% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Cabernet Franc, and 6% Petit Verdot) all sourced from the Columbia Valley, the 2019 'Alluvio' unveils rich aromatics of black currents and violets alongside chocolate covered espresso bean and garrigue notes. Full-bodied and exuding class with its silky texture, this is nicely-evolved wine that will surely cellar well over the next eight plus years."
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