Thirsty Thursday!!

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Time: 04:00pm - 08:00pm

Type: Wine Tasting

Location: The Wine Cabinet

Event Free


(All purchases must be accompanied by a credit card.)



Washington State
86% Cabernet Sauvignon,12% Petite Verdot, 2% Malbec

We have been excited by the many great values coming out of Washington State
and this one will not disappoint!
A softer style Cabernet with just enough bottle age to make it delightful and interesting!

90 Points Wine Spectator #82, Top 100
“Sleek and well-defined, with expressive black cherry
and savory spice flavors that finish with polished tannins.
Drink now through 2023.”


 Our Thoughts......

Bursting fruit-forward aromatics of red and dark cherries introduce flavors of fresh blackberries, currants and alluring aromatics of black pepper and charred oak. Dark fruits introduce notes of cherry and sweet fresh tobacco on the palate. Medium-bodied and balanced with a supple tannic structure that are soft on the finish.

FOOD PAIRINGS Foods: Pair with grilled meats, vegetables, 
Blue cheese,  veal, dark chocolate or simply enjoy by the glass.

 Elsewhere at $19.00
Our Regular price $17.99


Special Sale Price Only 

$15.00 a bottle  
  $78.00 for six! ($13)
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703-668-WINE (9463)

A bit about Pendulum

With its steady swinging arc and undeniable precision, a pendulum indicates balance and consistency in a perpetually evolving environment. The grapes in Pendulum adapt to changing external forces and are crafted to achieve a complex and elegant wine balanced to perfection. With every vintage,Pendulum reflects the harmony of the unique terroir of Washington State’s Columbia Valley.
Columbia Valley is the umbrella AVA under which many of the state’s sub-AVAs fall. While it contains 99% of wine grapes grown in Washington State, 6,851 of its acres are unique to the Columbia Valley and don’t overlap another sub-AVA in the state. Located on latitudes between 46 and 48 degrees north, with climates that are perfect for ripening wine grapes, The Columbia Valley is reliably dry with none of the disease and rot that plague the Old World. With low rainfall (about nine inches annually), long and warm sunny days in the peak of summer, and a diurnal shift (day-to-night temperature differences of more than 40°F) that locks in acids for great flavor and balance, this largest and most diverse viticultural region in Washington state offers a full artist’s palette of varieties for our winemaking team.