Like many wines from the cool 2010 vintage in Washington, this one takes a considerable amount of time to get going. Once it does, you’ll know it was worth the wait. The first release from this winery, it boasts a complex medley of herbs, cherries, olives and dusty earth. It’s rounded and supple, with tart acidity. The oak (35% new French) is dialed back, to allow the fruit to shine through.