This was gifted me, as I’m a displaced Oregonian. My first glass was fruity & tart. I gave it a day or two and had another glass. With time to air out, it provided a plummy earthy fragrance. The first sips had a dry fruity taste of dark cherries, plums, and sweet grapes. Smooth tannins & fresh northwestern soils. I usually like a touch of pepper or a strong spicy kick of excitement from my cabs (without the tartness), but this was pleasant & refreshing. — 4 months ago
Soft on the palate. There is a woodsy, grassy taste. Light fruits, spices, and subtle leathery flavor. Drinkable and appropriate for the price. — a year ago
25% Cabernet Sauvignon
15% Cabernet Franc
Heavy fruit aromas, but not “fruity sweet”. Raspberries, currants, vanilla. Also, hints of chocolate, bold earthiness. Dry, legs, with a leathery finish. Nice price under $20.
— a year ago
Nice dark spicy red. Perfect with a peppered sirloin. — 10 months ago
Initial aromas of grass & minerals. Crisp & fresh splash upon the palate. Citrusy, flowery, with hints of peach, apricot, & limestone. Great for price.
12% ALC — a year ago
I love Cabs. I live for a great Cab. This is not a great Cab. It’s drinkable. But, I wouldn’t want another glass. Which is problematic when I have an entire bottle. Luckily I have other bottles I’m willing to open. I will say this would be great for cooking or creating a fruity iced beverage. Thus, it serves an important purpose. — a year ago
Black cherry, plum, oak. Smooth. Great with appetizers. — 10 months ago
Not bad. I highly recommend opening and letting it breathe for an extended period of time. The more time it had, the better it was. Dark, rich plums, deep soil & earthy texture. A great wine with a hearty meal or on a cold night. — a year ago
Easy sip with mildly sweet fruits, subtly oak, earthy hints of the vineyard. Great wine to have on a warm day outside. — a year ago