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COR Cellars

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The NEXT generation of Washington wine, COR Cellars is an exciting young winery located in the Columbia Gorge. We produce Alsatian and Friulian varietals in the Columbia Gorge AVA and Bordeaux varietals from the Horse Heaven Hills AVA. We aim to showcase Washington's strengths which are bold fruit with a strong backbone at democratic prices. Wines of verve and energy, reflecting our location on the Columbia River where the desert and mountains meet.


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Our Wines

  • 2015 ALBA COR

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    • A blend of Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer from the beautiful Celilo Vineyard on Underwood Mountain, this wine is a tip of the hat to the northern Alsace. A refreshing alternative to "other" whites, this wine has incredible fruit, food friendly acidity and a touch of the unknown to keep you sipping.

      • Blend - Other White
      • $15 - $20
      • Columbia Gorge
      • Celilo Vineyard
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2013 Cabernet Franc

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    • Cabernet Franc from Alder RIdge Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, one of the most picturesque vineyards in the state. With dark color yet a light and enchanting body. A wine for lovers of Loire wines and esoteric varieties.

      • Cabernet Franc
      • $20 - $30
      • Horse Heaven Hills
      • Alder Ridge Vineyard
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2013 MOMENTUM

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    • Get some movement and impulse in your life. A blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Malbec, this is a wine for all foods and occasions.

      • Blend - Bordeaux Style Red
      • $15 - $20
      • Horse Heaven Hills
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon - McKinley Springs Vineyard

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    • A Cabernet Sauvignon for which Napoleon would have invaded in an attempt to reoccupy Washington. We use very little new oak in this wine, striving for a more classic style, with fresh acidity and all the dark fruits for which Cabernet in Washington has become so well known.

      • Cabernet Sauvignon
      • $20 - $30
      • Horse Heaven Hills
      • Andrews & Rowell
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2013 Malbec

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    • Truly a nomad, this dark ruby wine has been given over a thousand names. Generous and intriguing, toting exotic black fruits and lively acidity on broad shoulders of ripe tannins. Imagine roaming the earth, eating fistfuls of black raspberries, plums and chocolate covered almonds with a velvet glove, you get eh picture. Regarding the wandering roots of this grape, in the words of the poet Rakim, "It's not where you're from it's where you're at."

      • Malbec
      • $20 - $30
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2013 Petit Verdot

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    • Like Howlin' Wolf, limousines and Thanksgiving dinner, this wine is built for comfort, not for speed. Dark, spicy and richly aromatic, full of deep black fruits and ripe tannins. Goes great with roasted meats, holiday dinners and soul food.

      • Petit Verdot
      • $20 - $30
      • Horse Heaven Hills
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
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NEW RELEASE OF THE 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon and 2015 Old Hwy white