The name Bellamy is taken from “Belle Amie,” or beautiful friend and features the object of Stanley’s affection on the label, where he can be seen on the outside of the wall, handing her a bouquet of flowers.
A core of dark fruit with a dusting of cacao, Madagascar vanilla bean, pipe tobacco and lifted, white floral notes. On the palate it is medium to full bodied and loaded with finesse, weightless and plush, round and supple with firm tannins and acid that frame a long, pure finish.
Carrie’s notes: I really love this Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon blend. It is quite different from Curiositas’ Red Mountain expression, and it stands alone as a really great example of how Washington can produce elegant, aromatic, compelling Bordeaux varietal wines. I’m excited for people to get to experience this!
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