Double D is situated 15 miles Southwest of Lake Chelan, along the Columbia River. From near the river's edge at an elevation of 700 feet, 55 acres are planted up to 940 feet on a north-facing slope of fine silt loam and tumbled granite.
Aromas of blackberries, cherries and violets pour out of the glass, complimented by star anise, oregano and cedar with a hint of earthiness in the background. The palate is more savory then the nose indicates with notes of sage, red fruits and cocoa.
Food Pairing: An elegant wine that will reveal its many layers over time, pair with flank steak with chimichurri, mushroom risotto or the classic Roman dish cacio e pepe.