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Pine Ridge Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley
$49.99 USD
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Wine Details

Vineyard

Pine Ridge

Style

Red

Wine Description

(From 2013 Vintage) Ruby red in color, this wine presents an effusive nose that swirls with layered aromas of fresh red raspberry, black cherry and ripe red plum, enchanting the senses with hints of fragrant dried lavender, cardamom spice and cassis. Sumptuous and elegant, the palate opens with red cherry and juicy blackberry that join with impressions of baking spice and berry cola. The complex array of flavors lasts through the long finish, framed by round tannins and integrated oak.

Winemaker's Notes

Swirling with layered aromas of fresh red raspberry, blackberry pie and ripe cassis, this deep ruby wine enraptures the senses with fragrant dried violet, gingersnap, dark cocoa and sweet basil impressions. Plush and exuberant, the palate opens with red cherry, juicy boysenberry and red plum fruits that intermingle with hints of cinnamon stick and graham cracker pie crust. The complex array of flavors lasts through the lingering finish, framed by velvety tannins and echoes of cherry cordial and roasted espresso bean.

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    Great steak house wine. Enjoyed strip steaks, risotto and roasted cauliflower with my lovely wife at home. Rich (black cherry, hint of chocolate and maybe tobacco) velvety full bodied wine meant to be paired with steak. Also drank well on its own after dinner. Can't wait for the next bottle!

    about 1 year
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    Pine ridge operates in a very narrow band of performance. Stable and predictable, like a good railroad stock. Square in the middle of expectations for a good cab.

    over 1 year
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    At the Pine Ridge vineyard in Napa today.

    almost 2 years
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    Nice fruity flavor

    6 months
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    John I.

    Good

    17 days
Expert Reviews
  • Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines
    (From 2002 Vintage) 11% Merlot; 5% Cabernet Franc; 2% Petit Verdot; 2% Malbec. Rich in oak and high in cassis-like aromas despite not being as effusively fruity as it is rich and outgoing, this wine is nicely full and supple in its early palatal impressions before firming up as it goes. Its well-focused, medium-depth flavors hold well into the finish, and, all in all, this one looks to have lots to offer now and over the next half decade or more.