Juicy and ripe. You can taste the sun in every sip of the blackberry, blueberry and black cherry flavors. The wine is balanced and supple, maybe too soft, but that’s nitpicking. It’s Sierra-esque in its rugged, briary way.
Fully ripened fruit, from four vineyards in four counties, comes together seamlessly to to produce this flavorful red wine. It’s juicy and filled with berry flavors that taste dry, but finish sweet. This country wine is soft and a little short on finesse.
A completely average wine, with jammy flavors of red and black cherry, spice, and a hint of tarry earth. Tastes soft and mellow, with a thick, syrupy texture. There’s nothing wrong with it, but it’s pricey for what you get.
From Nevada County, this wine is full of black currant flavors and dry tannins. The trick, of course, is to get Cabernet to taste fancy and pedigreed. No sense buying a rustic Cabernet at any price—we have Zin for that.