Lot 660 | 2016 Red Mountain
Our first blockbuster Cabernet release of the 2018 Fall season. The Reserve Cabernet offering from the same producer as our fabulously popular Lot 575 Red Blend!
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- Red Mountain
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2028
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Red Mountain reigns supreme in Washington wine when it comes to wines of structure and intensity – a tiny AVA with only about 1500 acres planted, the well-drained loess soils of this region produce tight clusters and small berries, which in turn make for powerful, intense reds.
Made with all the bells and whistles and aged with approximately 50% new French oak, Lot 660 is the Reserve Cabernet offering and flagship cuvee of the same pioneering winery that produced Lot 575 Red Blend (98/94-point scores, Double Gold/Platinum medals galore).
For the price this is an excellent cab
Let the wine breathe for 30 to 45 minutes and you will be rewarded with a very smooth drink with no bite
This is my first experience with red mountain wine I was pleased with the results
Nice smooth, full bodied, fruity cab.
This is a top notch Cab for the money. For my birthday my wife made me her famous meatballs in red sauce...and the Red Mountain Cab was the perfect pair. I miss the RM Blend...but will be re-ordering more of the RM Can very soon.
Would purchase again but is a bit "full" for my preference.
Two friends liked this one very much. I enjoyed it as well but prefer something a bit lighter.
A good cab.
One of my favorite areas for wine, Red Mountain. This cab, while not as full bodied as 664, it does not disappoint by any means. Great value!
Served on NYE to friends; who knew Cabernet with smoked pulled pork!! Deliciousness in a bottle.
Just like 575
Good but nothing special, I prefer other Cab options from CH
One of my favorites.
On the fence..
We have had a "Field Day" enjoying the Fall 2016 Cabernets this Holiday period - and hats off to CHW for some exceptional selections* This one just not to our liking, and we have enjoyed some WA state wines in the past (e.g. bought x19 bottles of Lot 607 in the end).