Fall Line Still a Fave

Fall Line Winery in Seattle has always been a favorite of ours; regular readers of this blog have seen several raves about Fall Line and winemaker Tim Sorenson! So I am always pleased to read about others who feel the same way.

For example, here’s a recent post on Cellar Tracker about 2004 Fall Line Horse Heaven Hills Red by a taster named greenblanket:

“Once again I find this wine to carry an elegant balance between ripe Washington fruit and fine tannin and acidity. The handsome boysenberry and currant fruit is becoming more and more accented by spice and herb. … Tim Sorenson is one of the most talented (and affordable) producers of Bordeaux blends in Washington.”

The 2004 vintage is sold out, but try the 2005 release, which is even better!

Hmmmm, maybe we’ll open a bottle tonight!

By the way, Fall Line and other wineries that are part of South Seattle Artisan Wines (SSAW) are open for tasting this Saturday, December 13, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Fall Line will be pouring back-to-back vintages, 2005 and 2006, of their three wines.


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About Margot

Margot started writing about wine decades ago as a national journalist in Canada and the U.S. She and Dave created this website in 2007. Originally, the website introduced people to wines in Washington state, the second-largest wine region in the U.S. But over the years, the site expanded to feature other wine regions in the U.S., Canada, and in the world. If you like to read about standout wine and winery stories, then Write for Wine is for you.