(From 2013 Vintage) The fruit for the 2008 vintage was picked between September 13th and October 14th, 2008, with an average Brix at Harvest of 25.52. After 7-9 days of fermentation on the skins, the resulting wine was pressed and finished fermentation in Stainless Steel tanks. The wine was then aged on new and used French and American Oak for 4-6 months.
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At first taste there was a slight effervesce, a carbonated mouth feel. As it opened the fruit came through nicely. My guests commented on how much they enjoyed this wine.
don't buy. flat bouquet, good legs, bitter bite and after taste
tastes old like an antique/ a little French
Great cab for the price.
min bouquet very mellow