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Veraison in the Vineyards

In viticulture (grape-growing), veraison is the onset of ripening. Veraison (pronounced, veh-ray-zuhn) marks the stage in vine ripening when the grapes go from little, hard green berries to softer, colored grapes. The term is originally French (véraison), but has been adopted into English use. The official definition of veraison is "change of color of the grape berries".

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2015 Cabernet Sauvignon

Close to 3,900 growing degree days accumulated due to an excessively warm year. As a result, our 2015 Claar Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon was harvested in early September. This cabernet Sauvignon has a dark, eggplant like color. The first smell contains aromas of dark spices.  Cloves, licorice and vanilla dominate the spice portion of the bouquet while dark aggregated fruit aromas of blackberry and mountain huckleberry intensify from the heart.  The tannins are gritty and chewy swirling within a rich and voluminous palate.  After the first sip, the tannins subside, and the fullness of flavor is revealed.

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Claar Cellars operates 130 acres of estate vineyards, producing great wines respective of the natural terroir of the White Bluffs region of Washington. We have a wide selection of varietals, styles, and flavor profiles to suit any taste or event. Learn more about Claar Cellars »