I had great experience with their estate Merlot, and this reserve cab is quite impressive as well.
The initially shy nose slowly reveals black and blue berries, cedar, pencil lead, incense, cocoa, and hint of crushed rocks. The slightly ripe palate is round yet delicate, showing its classy with well woven streaking acidity and mellow tannins.
100% Cab from two vineyards from HHH, raised in 100% French oak barrel (45% new) for 20 months. — 12 days ago
A red colored white. Tastes like blackberry. — 3 days ago
I loved this Washington cab. It pours a dark rust red. The fruit is full with cherries and raspberries. The finish is short and not notable. But besides that I thought it was outstanding. This is beyond just a daily drinker. It accompanied the prime New York steak we had with it very well. On sale at Pavilions it was a steal for $10. — 17 days ago
Vanilla and black cherry notes. Very smooth and easy to drink. Lots of tannins. — a month ago
V15. Very nice. Soft toast and citrus nose. Creamy, stone fruit. Smooth, wet rock finish. Well balanced — 8 days ago
Nose: apple cider, floral, taste: apple, some butter, balanced stronger acidity, vanilla, — 11 days ago