The fruit for this wine came from vineyards in Walla Walla Valley, Washington. According to Nielsen, Walla Walla Valley red blends are outpacing category growth of 1.7% with a 67.1% increase in dollar share, the company says. A vintage referred to as the longest harvest in Washington, the 2016 season allowed grapes to ripen slowly, producing refined yet powerful wines. After the grapes were harvested, sorted and fermented, the wine was then aged in French oak barrels for 22 months. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot blend together to create a dense and rich palate with an elegant finish.