Surprisingly good for the price, this Cab appeals for its dryness and elegance. With pleasant blackberry, blueberry and smoke flavors, its tannins are firm, leading to a long, sweet finish. Production was just under 1,500 cases.
This wine would be a great value even for more money. It’s bone dry, soft and extremely balanced, with cherry, black currant, plum and carob flavors that are grounded with a nice, sweet edge of fresh herbs and tobacco.
Smooth and dry, with appealing flavors of blackberries, cherries, currants and cedar, and a fine, spicy finish. Shows amazing style and elegance for the price. A real sommelier’s bargain, with 2,853 cases produced.
Lots of forward, ripe blackberry and cherry fruit in this wine, with oak adding richer notes of smoky vanilla and caramel. With smooth tannins and a dry finish, it provides a lot more pleasure than you’d expect at this price.