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The sensational 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Rutherford comes from clone 4 and the old Georges III Vineyard now owned by Beckstoffer. This is a floral, earthy wine with a dense purple color and a big, sweet, complex nose that follows through on the palate with loads of kirsch liqueur, black currants, dusty soil undertones, some cedar wood and spicy oak. Opaque purple, full-bodied, and generously endowed, it can be drunk over the next 15-20 years.
2016 Cabernet Sauvignon (Coombsville) is superb. Dark, powerful, and savory, full-bodied, it packs a serious punch. The near-perfect 2016 growing season started early, saw ideal weather conditions throughout and wrapped up as the valley's first significant fall rainstorm arrived on October 14. Thanks to a relatively steady and mild July and August and then a series of warm days at the end of the growing season, vineyards were able to progress to perfect ripeness. Wines from the 2016 vintage are now quietly developing in cellars throughout Napa Valley and vintners are pinching themselves and smiling for the gift it appears Mother Nature has given them: a fifth consecutive vintage of stellar quality Napa Valley wines.
An elegant wine with aromatics of sweet white flowers, this expression of Sauvignon Blanc is powerful, and anything but typical. Barrel fermentation and aging lends a touch of sweetness, textured mouthfeel and a dry finish, while weaving an intricate and seductive blend of herbs, ripe white peach, and a touch of pineapple. Aging for 14 months in 100% French Oak makes this Sauvignon Blanc rich and pleasing to the palate, with a smooth creamy texture balanced with a hint of spice and refreshing acidity.
The sensational 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Rutherford comes from clone 4 and the old Georges III Vineyard now owned by Beckstoffer. This is a floral, earthy wine with a dense purple color and a big, sweet, complex nose that follows through on the palate with loads of kirsch liqueur, black currants, dusty soil undertones, some cedar wood and spicy oak. Opaque purple, full-bodied, and generously endowed, it can be drunk over the next 15-20 years.
The 2017 Patel Sauvignon Blanc is a gorgeous, distinctive white built on textural breadth and volume. Aging on the lees in 100% light-toast Ermitage barrels lends lovely shades of nuance to the fruit, which primarily comes from the McGah vineyard in Rutherford. Zesty lemon peel combines with savory sage, mint, tomato leaf and a hint of well-integrated new oak in this super-expressive, inviting Sauvignon Blanc from Raj Patel.
The wine is very elegant with aromas of apricot, peach, carmel and honey, is balanced by a bright acidity, nice weight mid-palate,with copious amounts of apricot and peach that lingers to a crisp finish.
A deep ruby color with purple undertones, the aromas are vibrant, yet deep with an array of violets, blackberry, chocolate, cardamom and sweet toasted oak. The silky tannins and bold body frame the fruit, chocolate, and oak on the palate that linger through the wines lengthy and seamless finish.
The 2016 Malbec has aroma's of Blueberry, Blackberry, & vanilla spice: The dark inky color frames the wine in the glass, while on the palate the full mouthfeel and balanced acidity meshes with the blueberry cherry and vanilla,and the layers of Opulent tannins linger on the palate for more than 30 seconds. this Malbec is very approachable now and will cellar for 10-15 years.
The 2016 St. Helena Cab has a beautiful nose of crushed violets, dark chocolate, blackberry and cherry, slight anise and rose petals, a full-bodied palate offers a rich layer of savory spices, blueberry, a hint of vanilla bean and chocolate, the balance of acid and supple tannin structure with a long lasting finish makes this a wine to enjoy today or lay down for 10 years.
Very well balanced. The 2014 "Nobility" is delicately layered with aromas and flavors of honey, apricot, vanilla, pear, toasty oak, fig, tobacco, and a balanced acidity that carries through to a rich, honeyed finish.
The nose opens to dark fruits of plum, black cherry, and cassis married with an earthy essence of mushroom. With time these will make way to notes of baking spices and cedar. The palate is full, with a generous mouthfeel, showcasing layers of plum, blueberry, blackberry, and toasted almonds, while spiced with cola, tobacco, and mint. The harmonizing acidity provides lift and a refreshing counterbalance to the chalky Coombsville tannins. This wine will retain its vibrancy as it ages, while developing deeper layers and expanding into a more velvety palate, and rewarding patience with a beautiful, earthy bouquet.