Latta Kind Stranger Cabernet Malbec
Kentucky native Andrew Latta landed in Washington State 15 years ago after a globe-trotting wine apprenticeship tour, and in 2011, founded Latta Wines to showcase his signature style. In recent years Andrew has seen the national landscape shift and feels it's as important as ever to be a real kind stranger in the world. So he started the Kind Stranger line, proceeds of which benefit Mary’s Place at the local level in Seattle and the International Rescue Committee on a broader scale. Click the links to see the important work they do.
Latta Kind Stranger Cabernet 2018
85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Malbec
Washington Cabernet vines grown in basalt derived gravel on the shoulders of Red Mountain give excellent depth, intense fruit and ample structure from this awesome site. Weinbau’s 30 year old Malbec vines pile on the concentration and spice notes. Fermented whole berry with indigenous yeasts. Basket pressed to barrel for 20 months, 15% new french oak mostly 500L