Hogue Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, 750mL Bottle
Eastern Washington's warm days and cool nights provide the perfect conditions for producing Hogue Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon.
The majority of the Washington's wine grapes are planted east of the Cascade Range in the Columbia Valley appellation, which encompasses the Yakima Valley and Walla Walla appellations.
The Columbia Valley covers 18,000 square miles and provides a huge range of geographical and climatic conditions for grape growing.
This Cabernet Sauvignon offers up a bouquet of black cherry, spicy oak, and tobacco, with sassafras and cassis notes. Pair with pork roast, barbecued baby back ribs, or grilled sausages.
Constant awards and accolades grew the company from 2,000 cases in 1982 to 10,000 in 1984. By 1996, an expansion project was completed boosting Hogue's production capacity to 400,000 cases.