Seven Falls Cellars was inspired by a series of seven waterfalls flowing through the Wahluke Slope (Native American for "Watering Hole") in eastern Washington. This is new wine country as wine regions go – Wahluke Slope was established an American Viticultural Area in just 2005. Eastern Washington receives little rainfall and is a warm, if not hot, climate for classical wine grapes. Rapids Red is grown in an ancient flood plain with deep alluvial soils. The result is very ripe grapes, which is certiainly identifiable in the wine.
Washington Red blend of: Syrah (59%), Merlot (35%), Cinsault (6%)