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The Scholar & Mason Cabernet Sauvignon is aromatically expressive with notes of dark cherries, ripe plum, menthol and pencil shavings. The structure is supple and generous with long, elegant tannins and balanced acidity. The finish is concentrated with currant, dark forest fruit, charcuterie and cedar spice.
The Cerro Anon Gran Reserva is made up of 80% Tempranillo with the balance Garnacha, Mazuelo, and Graciano with 2 years of aging in new oak. It offers great complexity, a nicely proportioned figure, layered fruit, and considerable elegance. It over-delivers in a very big way.
Charbono is one of the lost grape varieties – almost. Recent reports indicate there are only about 70 acres of this variety in existence, half of this in Napa county. The original cuttings were imported to Calistoga in the Napa Valley from the Savoie region in the French Alps in
The Malbec provides mouth-filling, roundness and aromas of red jams. The Cabernet Sauvignon gives a silky structure, a particular character and spicy notes. The Merlot offers notes of black fruit, finesse and elegance. It is a round wine in mouth with personality all of its own. The smoky aftertaste is
Intense red and black fruit aromas that remind of ripe cherries and plums dominate the bouquet. Well-integrated nuances of sweet spices, caramel, and vanilla complement the ripe fruit. An elegant, full-bodied wine with sweet, pleasant tannins that linger on the palate. Serve with grilled red meats or sausages, or even
Dark purple color with violet shades, Rapsodia presents intense notes of ripe plums, cassis cream and black fruits. The delicate floral notes typical of the area together with mineral flavors and sweet spices give great complexity and long persistence in mouth. It has the exact balance between fruit and wooden
Bouquet is complex and distinctive with hints of spices, pepper, cedar-wood, tobacco and forest berry fruits. Taste is dry, warm, refined and elegant, with lots of sweet tannins and a long, clean and fruity finish. Thanks to a longer ageing, it becomes even more precious and softer. Excellent with tasty
The packed and succulent palate elegantly expresses complex liquorice and peppery notes together with jammy fruit, all underpinned by firm and abundant tannins. Well-structured and beautifully balanced, it reflects the charm and depth of this very fine vintage, leading into a long and warm finish underpinned by cedarwood and bitter
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a style that reflects modern Oakville. Aromas of red fruits and notes of sweet, lush oak. Richness of juicy black tartarian cherry. A well-structured wine with round, soft and forward tannins. Full bodied with incredible balance; this wine will drink well for the next 10 years.
2006 was definitely a vintage that rewarded the growers and winemakers who exercised patience. The wine has a great diversity of aromas and flavors including raspberry jam, blackberry, peach blossom, lavender, cocoa and dark chocolate, coffee berry, cinnamon, brown sugar, molasses and vanilla. The level of extraction and the structure
This smooth and aromatic Storypoint Chardonnay embraces the variety’s incredible fruit character. Flavors and aromas of ripe green apple, pear and white peach are enriched on plush palate by notes of citrus, honeysuckle and tropical melon, while subtle hints of vanilla, caramel and toasted oak linger on the silky and
Primary aromas of baked apple and pear juxtaposed with the smoky, toasty aromas of the moderate oak. Silky on the palate, with a balanced, even impression and green apple-like acidity. Creamy, biscuity finish from the extended lees contact. Called “impeccably crafted” by a certain well-known wine writer, this balanced, elegant
The Opus One 2011 has fresh aromas of bright red fruits, herbes de provence, bay leaf and cassis which give way to subtler notes of black tea and white pepper. The wine’s round tannins and creamy texture envelop the familiar flavors of fresh cherry, cranberry, and boysenberry with a touch