Creamy and sumptuous, with notes of dark cherry and melted brown sugar. Spiced sandalwood, blackberry, and cassis intertwine with dark chocolate to create a luxurious mouthfeel.
Warm and savory, this cabernet is focused on its mineral-infused tannins, rich and detailed, with a green floral highlight. It’s tight, spicy and cool, a partner for curried goat.
This deep purple colored Cabernet Sauvignon opens with a black currant, cedar and blackberry bouquet. On the palate, this wine is full bodied, balanced and quite smooth. The flavor profile is black currant, cedar and black plum blend with hints of cinnamon, red raspberry, herbal tea and faint crushed stone. The finish is dry and its well-managed tannins build up and then drift away nicely.
From vineyards in the mountains above the Alexander Valley, this wine has the volcanic undertones of Mayacamas-grown fruit. It’s a powerful, earthy red with flavors of fresh blueberries, and cool forest-floor notes of moss and mushrooms. Michael Kowalski of Miraval in Lenox, Mass., found the tannins mouthwatering in their baker’s chocolate grip, suggesting a match with “tomato-based eggplant anything, or a steak with green salsa verde.”