Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2018

Don’t have time to do an adequate review, but an awesome awesome red wine. So refined🍷🍷🍷🍷 — 25 days ago

Alex, Shay and 11 others liked this


Novicium Napa Valley Red Bordeaux Blend 2017

Primal beast! — 2 months ago

Tom, Shay and 27 others liked this
Gunja Gargeshwari

Gunja Gargeshwari

@Eric - was it too early? Debating cracking one open to give it a try!

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Definitely too early by at least 2 years. I hadn’t had it before so was interested in trying a young one.

Booker Vineyard

Vertigo Paso Robles Grenache Blend 2015

This is so plush and well balanced...the nose is restrained with light tea leaves and pencil lead, followed by silky dark fruits, menthol, and delicate spice that flow seamlessly across the palate...finishes long with tannins that grip just enough to let you know they are there, but not so much to disrupt the satisfying continuum of flavor.... — 7 months ago

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Continuum Estate Vineyard Proprietary Red Blend 2011

Color has become brickish, tannins still awake, still has fruit notes but fading, 1 hour decant — a month ago

Rob, Eric and 4 others liked this

Domaine Roulot

Les Tessons Clos de Mon Plaisir Meursault Chardonnay 2005

2021/4/3 with steamed rock oysters and tagliatelle with baby scallops. This poured a deep yellow, and opened with rather nutty aromas. The inevitable reaction is to agonize over premature oxidation. But, with air and time, youth crept back - as it so often does. There were pungent minerals, buttery pastries and creamy stone fruits. And after all, this is a villages wine from 2005. In the end, I didn’t think was “prematurely” oxidized and enjoyed it a lot. As usual, oxidation (or maturity) is on a continuum. And at this point, I’d rather focus on actually savoring every last bottle of Burgundy I have from the great villages and producers, because the way things have gone with prices, I don’t know how many more I’ll get to enjoy. — 2 months ago

Tenuta San Guido

Bolgheri Sassicaia Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc 2015

Mike R

Oh baby and I don’t mean maybe - winner winner chicken dinner - with the WNH gang on a Sunday night Italian IGT tasting via super Tuscan - this wine became commercially available wine in 1968 and since then it has risen quickly in fame - the 2015 as well as the 2016 are getting ridiculous scores from critics - like Bordeaux first growth scores - 97 plus from all - yes it a baby and as such I double decanted - i have more and I have much older vintages so this was my attempt to see what the hype was

Well the hype is real - patience is rewarded - 4 hour decant and every glass got better - in hour six this was incredible and went from a 9.5 to the 9.7 I gave it - 85% cab with 15% CF - reminds me of a great Bordeaux or great Napa blend like Continuum maybe a 2010 vintage as far as taste but leaves there and goes further - chiseled tannins integrated in a rich supple deep ruby color pushing red blue and black fruits elegantly- this could easily go another 30-40 years - and it will get better - in ten years this is 9.8 or higher - my face is broken from smiling so much!
— a year ago

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@Philip Deibel can’t wait to when we can do like old times and crack open some really fun and good wine brother
WC Fields

WC Fields

Makes me want to crack open my ‘08 and ‘10. Great note.
Philip Deibel

Philip Deibel

@Mike R absolutely Mike!


Novicium Proprietary Napa Valley Red Blend 2011

Another example of a good wine made in a tough year. — a month ago

Shay, Deborah and 3 others liked this

TOR Kenward Family Wines

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

1hr+ decant. Dark red color. Lively nose and wine with baking spices, dark fruit, graphite, and a little tobacco/cigar box. Finish was a little short, but had a lovely texture. Very similar to the ‘10 Continuum we had as well. I loved both! — 18 days ago

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Mondavi Sage Mountain Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2014

Tobacco and loamy earth, saddle leather. Cedary dark red fruit and some Asian spice. Black cherry. Long, long finish. Outstanding bordering on profound. — 6 months ago

Keaton, Shay and 28 others liked this
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Love THAT Border!!!

Petree Cellars

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Nice bottle thats not over extracted, first time having this 👍🏼
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$50.00 on K&L. Normally $75-80.00

Winery Notes: "Blueberry, black current, fresh herbs, talcum and mint are the primary components with lesser notes of iron and violets. Vibrant freshness in the mouth with full, supple tannins. Composition: 92% Cabernet Sauvignon & 8% Petit Verdot. Fruit is sourced from Stagecoach Vineyard, Coombsville, Mount Veeder & Spring Mountain. Aged for 21 months in French Oak (50% new). Winemaker: Kurt Niznik (Ex-Continuum). A total of 536 cases were produced.
— a year ago

Severn, Tom and 25 others liked this


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Paul T- Huntington Beach

Paul T- Huntington Beach

Definitely a steak wine or hold for awhile.