Typifies your basic California Cab at this price, with its gentle, soft mouthfeel and ripe blackberry, cherry and vanilla flavors. The other particulars are that it’s low in alcohol and slightly sugary.
Berry aromas come in front of a tart pie cherry and rhubarb palate. The feel is tight and acidic, so it lacks for mouthfeel and cries out for food. As a bistro or supermarket buy it offers the most potential.
The aromas are a touch on the funky side with notes of mushy compost pile and rotting cherries. The mouth shows more sour red fruit and rhubarb flavors. Decent if you don’t mind strong leafy/foliage characteristics.