Sineann gets grapes in Oregon and Washington and makes quite a few different wines. This one is a blend of grapes that did not get bottled as a single varietal. It is always a great wine and a better value. This vintage it contains Merlot, Cabernet and Zinfandel. By the way, Abondante means "generous" in Italian. Purple in color. The nose has cassis, black cherries, spice, slight chocolate and forest floor. On the palate, there are light tannins. This is medium to full bodied. Plenty of black cherry fruit with some cherry over a forest floor quality. Good finish. This is very fle
Purple/ruby in color, ruby at the rim. The nose has black cherries with slight sour cherries and sandalwood. On the palate, this is a big Pinot on Oregon standards. Sour cherries, some underlying char. Full bodied. Slight tannins. This should work well with medium bodied and heavier foods. Think Salmon, game, etc. Screw capped. It is still young and should improve a bit. Drink over the next ten years.
A very interesting wine for a couple of reasons. First, the Columbia Gorge AVA is the only AVA that spans across two states (Oregon and Washington). Second, drinking a Pinot Gris at five years from vintage is really pushing it, but this was screw capped which gave it a fighting chance. This is a wine that was drinking great in 2014 with plenty of fruit but its now 2018. Light silvery gold in color. The nose has a nice fresh minerality to it but little fruit. On the palate, this has a nice texture. 13% Alc. There is some minerality and a hint of citrus though there really isn't much