2007  Cabernet Sauvignon  Red Willow

About the Vineyard

Located in the northwest corner of the Yakima Valley, Red Willow is one of the oldest and most celebrated vineyards in Washington.  The vines are planted on steep hillsides with unique soil formations unlike any other in the state.


The region’s warm and sunny days allow the grapes to ripen fully and cool nights keep the fruit acids high, creating flavorful and well-balanced wines.


Tasting Notes

Aromas of fresh huckleberry, cassis and eucalyptus.  Medium body with balanced acidity and ripe tannins.  Flavors of dark plums, boysenberry, birch and toasted oak. 


Food & Wine Pairing

Our 2007 Cabernet would pair well with dishes like roasted beef tenderloin with blue cheese and toasted walnut butter or Brazilian black bean and beef stew.



Gus White



Cabernet Sauvignon  100%


Vineyard Source

Red Willow                 100%



14 months in new American oak barrels


Technical Data         

Alcohol                       15.5

Total Acidity              6 g/L

pH                               3.7

Harvest Date              Oct 2007

Bottle Date                  Feb 2009

Release Date               Apr 2009


Contact:  Julie Caldwell      s julie@whitecellars.com     s 206.235.9769