Beringer Vineyards

Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

8.91888 ratings
8.887 pro ratings
Knights Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon
Top Notes For
Rob B
9.0

One of my new fav go-tos

One of my new fav go-tos

Dec 26th, 2019
Renato Hoyle

Still holding up well. Nice wine. Well made.

Still holding up well. Nice wine. Well made.

Sep 13th, 2018
Ainsley Clement

Clear, medium, garnet.
Clean, medium, eucalyptus and mint with cedar notes.
Dry
Medium acidity, medium tannin and body. Good length

Clear, medium, garnet.
Clean, medium, eucalyptus and mint with cedar notes.
Dry
Medium acidity, medium tannin and body. Good length

Jul 7th, 2018
Rob B
9.0

From Kyoto to Fort Lauderdale, still 👌🏻

From Kyoto to Fort Lauderdale, still 👌🏻

Apr 21st, 2018
"Odedi"

Deep, dark ruby in color with a purplish rim.

Great nose of cherries, strawberries, vanilla, cloves, honey, cedar, forest floor, curves, green pepper, spices, licorice, black-currant and black pepper.

Full bodied and elegant with nice legs and high acidity.

Dry and tart on the palate with cherries, strawberries, plums, pomegranate, black currants, earth, oak, vanilla, licorice, black pepper and herbs.

Sour finish with huge, angular tannins.

Still very young and austere, but would be great in 3 to 5 years, yet I still enjoyed it with my filet mignon.

Needs an hour to open up, which I didn't have, unfortunately.

14.3% alcohol by volume.

Deep, dark ruby in color with a purplish rim.

Great nose of cherries, strawberries, vanilla, cloves, honey, cedar, forest floor, curves, green pepper, spices, licorice, black-currant and black pepper.

Full bodied and elegant with nice legs and high acidity.

Dry and tart on the palate with cherries, strawberries, plums, pomegranate, black currants, earth, oak, vanilla, licorice, black pepper and herbs.

Sour finish with huge, angular tannins.

Still very young and austere, but would be great in 3 to 5 years, yet I still enjoyed it with my filet mignon.

Needs an hour to open up, which I didn't have, unfortunately.

14.3% alcohol by volume.

5 people found it helpfulDec 3rd, 2015
Jeff Shapiro

Blueberry, pepper, leather, pomegranate, cocoa and cassis. This is an elegant cab from a label known by all. Drinks like a $40 bottle.

Blueberry, pepper, leather, pomegranate, cocoa and cassis. This is an elegant cab from a label known by all. Drinks like a $40 bottle.

5 people found it helpfulNov 22nd, 2015
Ryan Watson

This is what I expect a Cab to taste like when I close my eyes and imagine one. From the nose to the finish this is an excellent choice for the price and on it's own merit.

This is what I expect a Cab to taste like when I close my eyes and imagine one. From the nose to the finish this is an excellent choice for the price and on it's own merit.

5 people found it helpfulAug 14th, 2014
Rob Landsness

Brand Ambassador/Agent Jeffrey Davis Signature Selections

7.6

A classic, with BBQ :)

A classic, with BBQ :)

5 people found it helpfulApr 20th, 2014
Jamie Franklin

Great value cab! Good dark berry and bramble up front with firm medium tannins on the finish. A great value cab, with all the markings of a typical great cab at a fantastic price.

Great value cab! Good dark berry and bramble up front with firm medium tannins on the finish. A great value cab, with all the markings of a typical great cab at a fantastic price.

3 people found it helpfulJan 17th, 2015
Ed Matthews

I grabbed this bottle for giggles. The last time I tasted this was at Beringer with Ed Sbragia a couple decades ago. Non-existent nose, slight funk or barnyard on the attack, followed by cassis. Lighter weight than I remember and a little simple. Structure is great with nice acidity and supple tannins. Getting better as it gets some oxygen.

I grabbed this bottle for giggles. The last time I tasted this was at Beringer with Ed Sbragia a couple decades ago. Non-existent nose, slight funk or barnyard on the attack, followed by cassis. Lighter weight than I remember and a little simple. Structure is great with nice acidity and supple tannins. Getting better as it gets some oxygen.

3 people found it helpfulOct 13th, 2014