Full-bodied Napa Cab from the Caymus family...wine son of Caymus founder. Lot 2, recent vintage, blend of Napa Cab vineyards. Big palate, balanced but rich, smooth, great with steaks. Intentionally a bit fruit-forward, a bit like many big Pinots. Not nearly as prosaic as some raters would have you think...would buy again. — 8 days ago
Mmmm... another boozy bonanza but the alcohol was so well integrated. A giant bouquet as expected and luxurious flavors of brown sugar and dried black cherries. Acid-heads rejoice! — 7 months ago
Flavorful cabernet that starts with spice and notes of tobacco and ends with a fruity bonanza. Recommend to let wine aerate before drinking. — 2 years ago
E: I may even like this more than my favorite (Bonanza). — 19 days ago
Anbefalt av Green Bonanza. — 6 months ago
Green pepper bonanza — a year ago
Solid 9.2. Slight notes of apple in the back. I drank a shitload first. Lots of spiced rum. this was great transition. Ate with corn. Would do again. Raspberry bonanza. Slight apple. Drink this shit. — 2 years ago
Haven’t had this vintage in 5 years., and the extra 5 years of aging makes a difference.
I also had the 1994 exactly a year ago, and it’s even better than that.
Great value considering how aged it is. Smooth. Berry bonanza.
I play a game with my wife where she picks a bottle from my cabinet while I grill a steak (in this case, a 1.25kg dry aged porterhouse) and I blind taste the wine and tell her what it is. We made a bet that if I got the correct bottle (out of over 50) that she had to go and spend $150 on a bottle. If I got it wrong, I couldn’t shop at the LCBO for two weeks (that’s like a year for anyone else).
I guessed old world. Spanish. Approx 10 years old... but thought it was a 2010 Cune Gran Reserva.
— 4 months ago
A departure for Thanksgiving. Gritty, berry forward with cranberry meets blackberry bonanza. — a year ago
Pear/Apple bonanza and finishes like a 57 yellow corvette, gooooood. — 2 years ago