Wine Spectator, Top Pick for the 12 Outstanding Reds for Autumn Sipping 10/13/2022
Wine Spectator Insider Weekly, Editor’s Most Exciting New Wines 10/19/2022

2019 Result of a Crush, The Unnamed Series Bordeaux Style Blend, Walla Walla Valley $28

Expressive and multilayered, with vibrant red currant, black olive, violet and licorice tones that build polish and richness toward refined tannins. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Drink now through 2030. —T.F. (94 pts)

Wine Spectator, October Issue 2022

2018 Result of a Crush, The Unnamed Series Syrah, Walla Walla Valley $28

A compelling red, savory and generous, with lively blueberry, smoked meat, grilled anise and cracked pepper flavors that expand and flesh out toward fine-grained tannins.  Drink now through 2030. 275 cases made. (94 pts)

Jeb Dunnuck, July 7th 2022

2019 Result of a Crush, The Unnamed Series ~ Merlot, Cabernet Sauv & Cabernet Franc

From the team at Reynvaan and a blend of 42% Merlot, 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 20% Cabernet Franc, the 2019 Merlot The Unnamed Series /Cab Sauv/Cab Franc sports a ruby/plum hue to go with some classic Rocks notes of mulled plums, blueberries, lavender, iron, and tapenade. These all carry to a medium to full-bodied, round, lush, textured wine with ripe tannins, loads of fruit, and just a character-filled, balanced style to enjoy over the coming 7-8 years. Maturity 2022 – 2030 (92 pts)

Jeb Dunnuck, April 15th 2020

2017 Result of a Crush, The Unnamed Series ~ Cabernet Sauv & Cabernet Franc

An 80/20 split of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, the value-priced 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon / Cabernet Franc The Unnamed Series has rocking Rocks-like aromas of tobacco, cured meats, leafy herbs, chocolate, and assorted dark fruits. These give way to a plump, beautifully textured, seamless wine that drinks well above its humble price point! Enjoy bottles over the coming 7-8 years or so. Maturity 2020-2028. (91 pts)

Wine Spectator, May 31st 2019

2016 Result of a Crush Christmas Cuvée

Vibrant huckleberry and violet aromas open to impeccably structured blueberry, stony mineral and grilled meat flavors that finish with refined tannins. Best from 2020 through 2026. 405 cases made. (93 pts)

Wine Spectator, June 30th 2016

2013 Result of a Crush Christmas Cuvée

This meaty style folds in a layer of plum and berry fruit to bring the savory aspects into a lovely balance. Rich and expressive through the fine-grained finish. Syrah and Viognier. Drink now through 2023. 400 cases made. (91 pts)

Wine Spectator, August 31st 2015

2012 Result of a Crush

Supple, lithe and expressive, this taut version plays plum and currant fruit against peppery, tangy notes as the finish lingers enticingly. Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Viognier. Drink now through 2020. 850 cases made. (92 pts)

Seattle Weekly News, March 13th 2014

The Daily Drink: Result of a Crush’s Red Table Wine

Link to article here, January 20th 2014

Experts Pick Washington Reds to Watch

Link to article here

Jameson Fink, January 2nd 2014

What is the Result of a Crush? A Noteworthy Washington Syrah

Link to article here

Wine Press Northwest, December 22nd 2013

Nom de Vine: Result of a Crush

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Sean Sullivan, Washington Wine Report, October 11th 2013

Result of a Crush Red Table Wine NV

Jumps straight out of the glass with saline, earthy funk, ash, and savory notes. The palate is fresh and elegant in style – my guess would be that there is a good chunk of 2011 fruit in here – but still with good depth and intensity of flavors and length on the finish. For those looking for an entry level Rocks wine to see what all the fuss is about, look no further. Drinks better on the second day than the first. 14.5% alcohol. Sample provided by winery. (**** – Excellent)

Full Pull Wines, June 17th 2013

NV Result of a Crush Red Table Wine

Link to article here