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91 points

DaMa 2012 Chardonnay (Columbia Valley (WA))

The 2011 and 2012 Chardonnays from DaMa are a study in contrasts, showing how very different the vintages were. Both come from Sagemoor and Conner Lee grapes, but in 2012 the wine has more floral highlights, and a vertical crispness to its structure. Flavors of anise, green apple and pear are wound up in the tight…

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2014
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91 points

DaMa 2010 Syrah (Columbia Valley (WA))

This spicy, elegant take on Syrah will reward your attention. Boysenberry and other purple/black fruits are expressed both aromatically and on the palate, with light touches of vanilla. The overall impression is of a pretty, structured, textural wine, with excellent length and balance.

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2014
91 points

DaMa 2007 Syrah (Walla Walla Valley (WA))

Ash Hollow vineyard is the fruit source for this herbal, cool-site Syrah. If you like peppery herbs, along with tart raspberry fruit, this is for you. Great purity and concentration keeps this wine alive in the mouth through a long finish.

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2010
90 points

DaMa 2011 Chardonnay (Columbia Valley (WA))

Sagemoor and Conner Lee grapes go into this soft, plush, totally drinkable Chardonnay. Pretty fruit flavors of banana, apple and pear mingle seamlessly, and the wine has both balance and texture to spare. Drink it now for its poise and freshness.

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2014
90 points

DaMa 2010 DaMaNation Red Wine G-S-M (Washington)

As in 2009, this is a GSM blend from a single vineyard, Lonesome Springs. The fruit is fresh and bright, a pleasing mix of strawberry, blueberry and cherry, dusted lightly with peppery spice, aromatic and drinking beautifully.

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2014
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90 points

DaMa 2010 Chardonnay (Columbia Valley (WA))

A switch of vineyard sources—to Sagemoor and Conner Lee—has led to the best Chardonnay yet from DaMa. Rich, full and fleshy, this is a riot of stone fruits. In the mouth it’s smooth and luscious, with a pleasing, textural finish.

 — P.G.   Published 12/15/2011
90 points

DaMa 2007 Cowgirl Cab Red (Columbia Valley (WA))

The Cowgirl Cab, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, is DaMa’s most popular offering. Loaded with bright, brambly berry fruits, licorice and loam, it’s notable also for smooth, silky tannins.

 — P.G.   Published 5/1/2010
90 points

DaMa 2006 Riesling (Columbia Valley (WA))

Here is yet another Washington Riesling that shows how good these wines can be. This is well beyond the sweet and fruity style of the tasting room wines; here are layers of stone fruits, density and weight, length and detail. Once in the mouth this explodes with flavor and keeps bringing the oranges, peaches…

 — P.G.   Published 12/31/2007
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