High Heaven Vintners - (United States)

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High Heaven Vintners have their home base in Columbia Valley the largest appellation of Washington State where they have been active for more than 100 years. Their philosophy for obtaining great wines is: "after first understanding how to grow amazing grapes, we set out to make the best wine". The vineyards are located in the "rain shadow" of the Cascade Mountains. They provide a natural barrier that protects the vineyards against rain and extreme conditions and ensure a dry and sunny climate, ideal for the grape grower. Moreover, people work organically everywhere and to the highest quality standards, proving that not only are top wines made in California. High Heaven tastes as it sounds ... Heavenly!

About the winery 

Washington State U.S.A.
picture of Columbia Valley - Cloud Mountain
Straw, golden yellow, color. The nose immediately reveals aromas of fresh apples, pears, nectarine and pineapple. Fine creamy, notions of brioche reveal themselves. The taste confirms with fresh citrus tones, pastries and a hint of caramel. The mouthfeel is nice and round and juicy. This velvety feeling is continued in the lively, fresh final.
Washington State U.S.A.
picture of Columbia Valley - Cloud Mountain
Straw, golden yellow, color. The nose immediately reveals aromas of fresh apples, pears, nectarine and pineapple. Fine creamy, notions of brioche reveal themselves. The taste confirms with fresh citrus tones, pastries and a hint of caramel. The mouthfeel is nice and round and juicy. This velvety feeling is continued in the lively, fresh final.
Washington State U.S.A.
picture of Columbia Valley Roaming Elk
Almost purple color with ruby red sparkle. Delicate nose with a nice balance between the pure fruit and impressions of herbs. Lavender, violet, raspberry and strawberry in combination with spicy notes such as pepper, smoky aromas and cedar. Nice and full and lively mouthfeel that ends in a pleasant and smooth final that stays nice and fresh.
Washington State U.S.A.
picture of Columbia Valley Roaming Elk
Almost purple color with ruby red sparkle. Delicate nose with a nice balance between the pure fruit and impressions of herbs. Lavender, violet, raspberry and strawberry in combination with spicy notes such as pepper, smoky aromas and cedar. Nice and full and lively mouthfeel that ends in a pleasant and smooth final that stays nice and fresh.
Washington State U.S.A.
picture of Columbia Valley - Majestic Pines
Beautiful, shiny, deep, cherry red color. Lush aromas of red and especially black fruit such as black currants, cassis and cherries prove how punishment the concentration in this region can be. After a little air, herbs and a hint of dark chocolate emerge. The mouth is rich and lush and is accompanied by notions of tobacco, nutmeg and wooden barrels.