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Seventy Five Wine Co. (Tuck Beckstoffer) Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (California)
Seventy Five Wine Co. (Tuck Beckstoffer) Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (California)
Retail Price: $25.00
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The 2012 vintage of The Seventy Five Wine Company Cabernet Sauvignon is a testament of just how great a vintage 2012 was in California. On the nose you are instantly drawn to aromas of spring flowers, blackberries and dry cedar. At its heart are layers upon layers of exotic, warm, voluptuous flavors that showcase freshly ground espresso beans, plums, raspberries and sweet toasted oak. The finish exposes wonderfully integrated acid, balanced fruit tannins and oak. This is one for the ages.
Beaulieu Vineyard BV Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (Napa Valley, California)
Beaulieu Vineyard BV Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (Napa Valley, California)
Retail Price: $37.00
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Notes from the Winemaker (2013 Vintage):
Our 2013 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon reflects the superb vintage with its deep, saturated blackberry, black cherry and ripe plum aromas and plush, saturated flavors. Hints of violet, toast and mocha add complexity. “I especially like the pronounced dark-fruit expression in this vintage,” says Winemaker Domenica Totty. “For the second year, Napa Valley experienced abundant sunshine—tempered by just the right amount of nightly fog—that ripened the grapes slowly and fully, followed by an easy, unrushed harvest with no threat of rain. In tasting our final blend, I find the ample, mature tannins provide supple structure and rich texture for the mouthfilling flavors. Nicely integrated toasty oak nuances add a little spiciness to the aromas and lingering finish. The growing season gave us a big, generous Napa Valley Cab that’s approachable and delicious now, yet promises cellar worthiness.”