Amizetta Vineyards

Amizetta Vineyards

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Dust on the nose. Big red fruit, vanilla, dust on palate. Delicious. — 3 months ago

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Amizetta Vineyards

Napa Valley Petit Verdot 2015

Slight chalk and soft tannins, full body. Soy sauce, espresso aromas with blackberries and a little spice and vanilla. — a year ago

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Amizetta Vineyards

Estate Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

The nose is beautiful, expressive, open, cocoa, dark choco. The palate is lush, with well integrated oak on the mid and finish. Has density with subtle tannins. Fun wine to pop with good people. — 5 years ago

Amizetta Vineyards

Napa Valley Merlot 2014

Another great example of Napa Valley Merlot at its best. Great red fruit, vanilla and nutmeg hints on the nose. Lots of blueberry, raspberry, chocolate covered cherries and baking spices on the palate. Very well integrated with tannins that are ripe but not over-powering. I love their Merlot and only wish they made more of it. — 5 years ago

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Amizetta Vineyards

Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2018

Almost drinks more like a cab sauv. Not a dry finish. It’s a delicious wine, but not for a typical Franc drinker — 8 months ago

Amizetta Vineyards

Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Amazing CA sauv blanc. Light, smooth. — a year ago

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Wm. Harrison Vineyards & Winery (William Harrison)

Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2014

Playing a little catch-up.... Tasted alongside a 2016 Amizetta cabernet franc. In comparison, this is definitely the thoroughbred. Made for long term aging, this wine displayed incredible astringency from start to finish. Had a wonderful black cherry and rhubarb front, a little bit heated to the middle with some dried herb and allspice. Lots of wildflowers on the nose and entry. The finish was quite astringent with lots of stiff youthful oak tannin. If this was open for about two hours, it would have killed. So, for those that choose to open this one now, give it a fairly long time to breathe. Better yet, keep it in the cellar for about 3 or 4 years. — 2 years ago

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