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Tenor Wines

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At Tenor wines, we produce only the finest expressions of single varietals during a vintage. In addition to these single varietals, one premier blend is composed. Our vision at Tenor is to shape wines that deliver finesse, refinement, power and grace


Our Wines

  • 2010 Sauvignon Blanc

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Harvest golden in color, and a nose that overflows with starfruit, pineapples, guava, exotic spices and lacings of grapefruit and gooseberry. When swirled, massive amounts of pineapple, peaches and nectarine rise from the glass. The palate is dense and concentrated with a rich mixture of ripe yellow fruits and spicy oak. A multitude of textures intermingle with crisp minerality, incredible presence and bright acidity. And a silky finish lingers, adding a final touch of elegance to the incredible, almost indescribable attributes of this wine.

      • Sauvignon Blanc
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2009 Tenor Cabernet Sauvignon

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 2009 Tenor Cabernet Sauvignon

      • Cabernet Sauvignon
      • over $75
      • Columbia Valley
  • 2009 Tenor Malbec

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 2009 Tenor Malbec

      • Malbec
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2011 Tenor Sauvignon Blanc

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 2011 Tenor Sauvignon Blanc

      • Sauvignon Blanc
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2010 Tenor Chardonnay

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 2010 Tenor Chardonnay

      • Chardonnay
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2007 "1:1" (one-of-one)

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Initially, the nose fills with strawberries, blackberries and currants. A heady mix of heavenly caramel, crème de cassis, Asian spices and deep plum soon follows. A superb example of how the nose of a blended wine can offer everything. Swirling reveals a richness of fruit that is flawlessly ripe and perfectly balanced. The palate is rich and creamy, a simultaneity of grace and power. Fruit, spice, plus highly refined and well integrated tannins complete the experience. And the finish never ends. Above all else, balance and completeness continue to be the hallmarks of this remarkable red blend.

      • Blend - Bordeaux Style Red
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • Tenor Merlot

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Tenor Merlot transcends the soft, one-dimensional qualities often associated with this varietal to reveal its world-class attributes. This wine exhibits drive, with the exotic aromatics and structure needed to fulfill even the most avid Cabernet lover’s desire for substance. A wine to age -- not just gracefully, but extraordinarily.

      • Merlot
      • $30 - $50
      • Columbia Valley
  • 2008 Merlot

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Strawberry infused with rich, heavy currant. The fruit is tightly bound with caramel and vanilla tones, chased by an underlayment of sandalwood and scorched earth. Swirling releases torrents of red berry fruit, virtually perfect in ripeness. The palate is packed with veins of dense fruit and superfine tannins. Displaying an exceptional balance between texture and acidity, this wine offers early drinking pleasure coupled with sufficient vigor and backbone to age gracefully for ten to fifteen years. A feminine wine that harbors underlying masculine power and strength.

      • Merlot
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • Plum jam, currants, espresso, vanilla bean, crème de cassis and dark spice. Swirled, the wine shows big, dark and dense, exhibiting an abundance of black fruit bound up by dark barrel tones. A nose this intense usually implies a powerhouse of structure, yet the wine displays uncanny restraint. Yes, this wine is big. But it owes its volume to density and texture rather than to structure alone. This wine envelops, exciting every part of the palate with tannins more refined than Cabernets of this size typically exhibit. A graceful, complex wine, it will be virtually irresistible during the first five years of aging. But those who procure sufficient stocks to last six to ten years will be amply rewarded when the subtleties residing within this exceptional elixir finally emerge.

      • Cabernet Sauvignon
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2009 1:1

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • 2009 1:1

      • Blend - Bordeaux Style Red
      • over $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.
  • 2008 Syrah

    • Overview

    • Tasting Notes

    • A still nose of clove, mild orange zest and baking spice, intertwined with plums and currants. A quick swirl releases a wealth of blackberry and cassis, rich and ripe yet polished. The nose overwhelms with regal, sophisticated fruit. The palate exhibits a luxurious, creamy texture that is both elegant and superbly balanced. Traces of smoked meat and citrus zest complement the exceptional acidity, keeping the wine from becoming overbearing and leading to an incredibly long finish. A testament to texture, balance and refinement.

      • Syrah
      • $50 - $75
      • Columbia Valley
      • No Tasting Notes currently listed.

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