2019 Cabernet Sauvignon


SMELLS LIKE: roasted cherries, dusty bramble, crushed rose petal
TASTES LIKE: dried herbs, savory cigar box, espresso, black plum
MOUTHFEEL:  commanding mouthfeel, lush tannin structure, inviting acidity
DRINK WITH: beef short ribs, portabello mushrooms, polenta, aged goat cheese


The growing season began with cold temperatures and snowfall in February and March. Bud break was right on time and bloom occurred a bit earlier than normal, on June 1st, thanks to some really nice weather in May.

Summertime temperatures were normal with plenty of heat units. In the second week of August, the weather became milder than normal and allowed us to have a fantastic fall with beautiful hanging time. Harvest started in mid-September and continued into early October. We got some frost the mid-October, but all of our grapes were picked by then.

The 2019 vintage for Amavi Cellars is very expressive of Washington wine as a whole, characterized by good natural acidity, low sugars, and impressive balance.


100% estate, sustainably farmed
Founding member of VINEA


VARIETALS: 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Malbec, 7% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot

ESTATE VINEYARDS: 39% Pepper Bridge, 28% Summit View, 12% Octave, 11% Seven Hills, 10% Goff
APPELLATION: 100% Walla Walla Valley
OAK PROGRAM: 94% French, 6% American; 31% New, 69% Neutral
HARVEST DATES: 9/27 –  10/21/2019
PRODUCTION: 4,335 cases