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“Make a great Cab”
Review of Amavi Cellars

Amavi Cellars
Ranked #6 of 112 things to do in Walla Walla
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Owner description: A small, estate winery featuring Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Semmillon, and Cabernet Franc Rose. We specialize in 100% estate wines for under $30.
Reviewed 8 January 2014

My brother prefers their cab over all other winery's in the valley. I too have enjoyed their wines although I prefer whites.

Thank Gregg B
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Reviewed 1 December 2013

We have been visiting this winery for 15+ years and have been very pleased with the quality of wines we selected. The tasting room staff members are knowledgeable about the wines and attentive to us. During our most recent visit, we were especially pleased with the 2012 Semillon white wine and left with several bottles of that wine. We also have several vintages of their Syrah in storage and have opened them and found that they have aged exceedingly well. Definitely will continue to make this a stop during future visits to the Walla Walla winery area.

Thank GigliRomano
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

This winery does not offer very many varieties of wines to try, but has a knowledgeable staff and they are friendly enough. Good reds, as most of Walla Walla has. Expect to pay $25 or so per bottle

Thank bmonson
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Reviewed 14 June 2013

We tasted the 2009 Cab and was impressed enough to buy a couple of bottles. Stored them in our 144 wine fridge and decided to open a bottle for our guest. OMG ! The taste was strong and bitter. Opened the other bottle and in disbelief, it was BAD also. Needless to say, both bottles went down the drain. To pay over $30 for a bad wine out of the bottle is sickening. But TWO ! We won't be buying anymore Amavi wine. Too many other good wineries in Washington.

Thank DRDU
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

We stopped here as part of a 5 stop wine tour/birthday celebration and had the greatest time, not to mention the best wines! They were prepared for our sizable group (13) but not the racaus group, I'm sure...they sat us in a private room (maybe for a reason...) where the wine server joined right in the fun and the rest of the tasting room wish they could...the building is gorgeous and the view of the Bue Mountains is stunning! What a great time!

Thank salukigirl57
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