From: Columbia Valley, Washington, US
Abeja founders Ken and Ginger Harrison came to Walla Walla Valley in the late 1990s in search of land suitable for planting world class Cabernet Sauvignon. It was while searching for an ideal vineyard location that the couple discovered an extraordinary historic farmstead that captured their hearts and sparked their imagination. The idea for Abeja began to take hold. Not only was the property suited for grape growing and winemaking, but by restoring the farmstead’s existing buildings, the Harrisons saw the opportunity to preserve the property’s rich heritage while creating a one-of-a-kind Walla Walla wine country destination.
Tasting Notes: Reserved raspberry, black currant and mocha aromas are followed by seamless red and black fruit flavors. It offers as lot of direct appeal but with plenty of complexity beyond that. -John P Sullivan
92 Points- Wine Enthusiast
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