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93 points

Bunchgrass 2007 Frazier Bluff Vineyard Malbec (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

Just one barrel was made of this complex, nicely sculpted, 100% Malbec. It’s from fourth leaf fruit, showing bright and fresh raspberry flavors, compact herbs, and streaks of tar and earth. A floral note (clover?) comes in as the wine breathes open. Still young and slightly reduced, it will reward decanting.  — P.G.   Published 3/1/2010
92 points

Bunchgrass 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

This full-bodied, 100% Cabernet is lightly gamy, offering a sensuous potpourri of wild herbs and brambly berries. It’s subtle, lovely, distinctive, smoothly rendered and unusually textural and complex. Drink it with enjoyment now, or give it a few more years in the cellar.  — P.G.   Published 4/1/2012
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92 points

Bunchgrass 2008 Founder's Blend Cabernet Franc-Merlot (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

This marks the return of a blend that was the winery's most popular offering in years gone by. The excellent matchup is two thirds Cabernet Franc and one third Merlot. Spicy and precise, it's anchored by firm and full-bodied berry and black currant fruit. The barrel aging adds toast and cinnamon, and the wine…  — P.G.   Published 11/1/2011
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92 points

Bunchgrass 2006 Windrow Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

This elegant, refined, ageworthy, pure Cabernet is sourced from the oldest vines at Windrow, which date back about two decades. There is plenty of round cherry fruit in the core of the wine, along with red plum, golden raisin, and Christmas cake spices. Cinnamon and chocolate scents waft up from the glass, nothing…  — P.G.   Published 3/1/2010
90 points

Bunchgrass 2011 Whispering Owl Bordeaux-style White Blend (Columbia Valley (WA))

A welcome addition to the Bunchgrass lineup, this white Bordeaux-style blend is one third barrel-fermented Semillon, two thirds tank-fermented Sauvignon Blanc. The ripe and textural fruit still shows a lightly yeasty character, along with highlights of honey graham cracker.  — P.G.   Published 7/1/2013
90 points

Bunchgrass 2006 Syrah (Columbia Valley (WA))

This is 100% varietal, all Lewis vineyard fruit. The aromas have the smoky, meaty, brambly fruit character of the Dunham Lewis bottling, but the wine overall is more restrained, with a strong leafy note under very pretty raspberry fruit.  — P.G.   Published 9/1/2009
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89 points

Bunchgrass 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

Sourced from old vines at Windrow and the less-well-known (but excellent) Tokar vineyard, this pure Cabernet Sauvignon shows a tight mix of plum, cassis, olive and earth, underscored by sharp acidity. It’s young and substantial, with some heat in a finish marked by slightly bitter phenolics.  — P.G.   Published 7/1/2013
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Bunchgrass 2008 Syrah (Columbia Valley (WA))

This is a pleasing, well-crafted Syrah, 100% varietal, and sourced from the excellent Lewis vineyard. The wine displays a nicely balanced mix of earth, herb, citrus, spice and berry. It feels lighter than its 14.6% alcohol, but the flavors persist, finishing with fine-grained tannins and a streak of coffee/mocha.  — P.G.   Published 11/1/2011
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