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Seriously. Just shut up and drink it already. XOXO
I'm not kidding, man. If I have to listen to Angela whining about wine one more second, I'm going to throw myself off a building.
One minute it's "I just don't know. I like the chocolate and cherry in this Cabernet," and the next it's "But then I really like the sound of the blackberry and herbs de Provence in this Syrah. I can't decide. Why is it so hard? Will you pick for me? Pleeeeeease, Greg?!"
And I'm all, "Why don't you just go with a Merlot? You'll enjoy the dusty malt …"
But see, then she interrupts me, because she's NOT EVEN LISTENING, with "I dunno. The Cab does pair well with burgers."
Burgers? REALLY, Angela? I THOUGHT YOU WERE A VEGETARIAN? Oh. Not on Sundays. OF COURSE! I forgot about that sect of non-meat eaters who actually DO eat meat on Sundays. And besides, who cares what it tastes good with? The Syrah goes nicely with grilled ham and Fontina cheese, but you don't see me basing my wine consumption purely on the merit of its food pairings now do you? DO YOU?
No, no. Not you. Sorry, man.
Why does she even bother anyway? She's just gonna have one little sip and then say she's too tipsy to finish her glass just like she always does. And then when she makes out with my best friend, she's just going to blame it on the mouth-coating tannins of the Merlot even though she only drank, like, a tablespoon full.
UGH! Anyway. Sorry for venting, man. But listen. I totally need to talk to you about making out with my girlfriend.
2010 Boomtown Cabernet Sauvignon Washington State 750ml 2-Pack
This Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon has notes of chocolate and cherries floating from the glass. The Boomtown Cab is an enticing wine without being overdone. This is a medium-bodied blend that contains a dash of merlot, cabernet franc, malbec and petit verdot. It is a complete wine that offers tremendous bang for your buck. Pair with burgers, grilled vegetables or just enjoy with friends and some great conversation.
"Year's Best Cabernet 2011" & "Best Buy," Wine & Spirits
Washington State Syrah has it going on. The Boomtown Syrah has classic notes of blueberry, juicy black raspberry along with subtle hints of herbs de Provence. To sum it up; new world fruit meets old world complexity. The Syrah enters soft and round and has a filling juicy core supported by small amounts of Grenache and Mourvédre. Pair with duck on a Saturday evening, or grilled ham and Fontina cheese on a Tuesday eve.
89 points / Top 100 Domestic Values, Wine Spectator
Best Buy / Recommended, Wine Press Northwest
2009 Boomtown Merlot Washington State 750ml 2-Pack
Stop! Collaborate and listen! Washington’s back with a brand-new invention. OK maybe it’s been awhile since Vanilla Ice rocked the mic. For many, that was the last time they thought Merlot was “cool.” The fact is, Washington State Merlot is phenomenal and is often compared to the most famed Merlot based wines in the World. The bouquet of this wine will grab your attention alone. The palate is filled with cherries and dusty malted chocolate. Mouth coating tannins make it a great wine for big flavorful foods.
Oak Program: 40% New Oak: 75% French and 25% American
2008 Boomtown Syrah Washington State 750ml 2-Pack
Blend: 96% Syrah, 2.4% Mourvedre, 1.6% Barbera
Total Acidity 0.59 grams/100ml
Oak Program: 40% new mostly French and a dash of American
2009 Boomtown Merlot Washington State 750ml 2-Pack
Blend: 84% Merlot, 16% Cabernet Sauvignon
Total Acidity 0.58 grams/100ml
Oak Program: 50% New Oak: Blend of French, American and Hungarian oak
Dusted Valley Vintners
Corey & Cindy Braunel and Chad & Janet Johnson
Walla Walla, WA
Dusted Valley was founded on the notion that when family pulls together the American Dream can turn into a living reality. Hey, we're just a proud bunch of farm-raised Wisconsin Cheese-heads, and what goes well with cheese? You guessed it – wine. It's all about the wine…
We don't exactly remember when the idea of Dusted Valley came about. We've all had many inspiring experiences with wine and wonderful food, surrounded by incredible friends and family. We're sure you can think of a few times that this fermented pleasure represented a little taste of heaven. Thus began the quest for the best fruit and estate vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley and beyond.
So, in 2003 the Braunel and Johnson families moved to Walla Walla and became the 52nd winery to "hang the shingle" and call Walla Walla Valley home. Today, our family is producing spectacular wines from its 4,000 case operation. We are vineyard focused and farm four diverse vineyards totaling nearly 100 acres in the Walla Walla Valley. In addition, Dusted Valley has begun a unique barrel project using extra-tight-grained Wisconsin Oak harvested from the very land we grew up around!
As we say in the Dusted Valley, “Experience the click of quality and crack that cap! The first two glasses are for your health, the second two for ours!"
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