Cabernet Sauvignon Manet, 2017

Produced by Drum Roll Wine

Dark red fruits, sage, and toasty notes on the nose and palate with medium body and pleasant structure. Everything you expect from a Washington Cab with a delightful finish. Pair with steak or another substantial protein-based entree.

Icons/location pin Columbia Valley, Oregon
Icons/wine/red Cabernet Sauvignon
Icons/star Limited wine (200 cases produced)
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The details

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  • Tannin
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness
  • Funkiness
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Food Pairing

Grilled Portabello Mushroom, Hard Cheese, Roasted Pork Tenderloin, Steak

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Tasting Notes

Blackberry, Dark Chocolate, Dark Cherry, Oak, Cigar

What's cool?


We make a restrained Cab to be enjoyed with a broad variety of foods.

Soil That Matters

Grapes for our 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon were grown in the Clifton Hill, Ravenscliff, Northridge, and Purple Sage vineyards (all high-tiered sites on the Wahluke Slope). These are warm, dry vineyard locations that promote full ripening of red grapes with drip irrigation for optimal control of each stage of vine growth. The wine is 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Malbec.


Drum Roll Wine

Like exhilarating music or captivating art, our wines are easy to enjoy. In fact, making delicious wine is our only criteria for success. Plus having a bit of fun along the way.

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Nerdy Details

What's in the bottle
Cabernet Sauvignon (90%)
Malbec (10%)
ABV: 14.1%
Acidity: ph of 3.84 acidity of 5.45 g/l
Cabernet Sauvignon from Wahluke Slope (90%).
Malbec from Wahluke Slope (10%).
Fermentation: The wine was tank fermented
Moderate oak treatment during maturation.


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Bill Newman | @billwine5 Tastemaker

"Art meets music 🎸 and wine 🍷 This Cabernet Sauvignon blend sourced from the #ColumbiaValley of Washington state is bright and fruity and uncomplicated, made to be enjoyed upon acquiring. Medium ruby color with medium intensity aromas of dark Cherry, red currant, clove and nutmeg with developing characteristics. Medium acidity and dry on the palate with medium [-] intensity flavors of same with well structured medium tannins, high alcohol (14.0 so very modest for this varietal from PNW) and medium [+] finish. A very good wine. Drink now would not benefit from additional aging."

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