– San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
A classic example of Sonoma Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine shows aromas of red cherries and cassis, cedar, earth and savory dried herbs. It has a sweet fruit entry with firm tannins and an extended finish which lingers well after the wine has been finished.
Library WinesThe 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon is deep and dark, reminiscent of black cherries, with hues of black and purple. On the palate, this wine shows rich flavors of blackberries, cassis, chocolate with a hint of toasty oak. These dark flavors produce a sumptuous and velvety mouth feel that combine with soft sturdy tannins to deliver a long, smooth satisfying finish. View Information Sheet$95.00
Library Wines“94 POINTS” - Sonoma Sommelier “92 POINTS” - Affairs of the Vine The 2009 Estate Cabernet greets the palate with rich and robust flavors of black cherries, plums, cassis, followed by oak notes of cedar, sandalwood and vanilla. The dark flavors produce a velvety and dense texture mouth feel that combine with soft sturdy tannins, followed by a long silky smooth finish. View Information Sheet$125.00
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