Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2004

Ratings on Delectable

Christine Havens Delectable Pro

The 2004 Quilceda Creek is a stunning wine, with a nose that evolves to reveal layers of boysenberry, cassis, charcoal, dark chocolate, pain grillé and exotic spice. Truly, this is among the best of Washington, there is a reason why Quilceda has attained cult status. On the palate, massive structure is deceptively cloaked in silky, velvety, inky overtones. Steeped blackberries, roasted black cherries and cedar intertwine to give lift, polish, and a most luxurious, elegant finish. The balance is impeccable.

The 2004 Quilceda Creek is a stunning wine, with a nose that evolves to reveal layers of boysenberry, cassis, charcoal, dark chocolate, pain grillé and exotic spice. Truly, this is among the best of Washington, there is a reason why Quilceda has attained cult status. On the palate, massive structure is deceptively cloaked in silky, velvety, inky overtones. Steeped blackberries, roasted black cherries and cedar intertwine to give lift, polish, and a most luxurious, elegant finish. The balance is impeccable.

9.6

Sung Park Delectable Pro

Loved this wine

Loved this wine

9.8

Eric Hwang Delectable Pro

Young and tight, but has lots of potential. I'll need to revisit this in a few years.

Young and tight, but has lots of potential. I'll need to revisit this in a few years.

9.5

Ki Punwar Delectable Pro

Owner, California Wine Republic

Quilceda

Quilceda

8.5

Steve Mohebi

Magnum for Christmas Eve dinner - didn't disappoint.

Magnum for Christmas Eve dinner - didn't disappoint.

9.4

Jeff Dunn

Spicy, tobacco, incredible Washington surprise!

Spicy, tobacco, incredible Washington surprise!

9.5

Scott Dougherty

Wow!!!

Wow!!!

9.5

Xavier Valero

Soft tannins, good fruit. At its peak.

Soft tannins, good fruit. At its peak.

9.5

Eric Adams

From Mag

From Mag

9.3

Barbie Fiallo

Delicious!!!!

Delicious!!!!

9.1