Dusted Valley Vintners

Boomtown Cabernet Sauvignon

8.688 ratings
8.72 pro ratings
Columbia Valley, Oregon/Washington, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon
Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Pasta, Venison, Tomato-Based, Potato, Pork, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Mushrooms, Beef, Lamb, Chili & Hot Spicy
Top Notes For
Christian A. Mendoza

Darker at the end, but smooth

Darker at the end, but smooth

Feb 11th, 2018
Justin Hart

Boomtown Cab is a very decent “daily drinker”. Smokey, black cherry and cola notes are strong and linger for a bit. A little light o. The palette but that is to be expected at this price point. Mmm...

Boomtown Cab is a very decent “daily drinker”. Smokey, black cherry and cola notes are strong and linger for a bit. A little light o. The palette but that is to be expected at this price point. Mmm...

Jan 25th, 2018
Wendy Davis

Toine had this at Swirl. A little bitter on the finish.

Toine had this at Swirl. A little bitter on the finish.

Jan 6th, 2018
Serter

Boomtown. The name says it all.

Boomtown. The name says it all.

Oct 7th, 2017
Daragh Hoey

Not my speed, but well made. Tastes a lot better than it smells. Where the nose is plush and overbearing (the usual jammy Cabernet), it tastes like a bitter and acidic expression of the same fruits. That makes it a little more enjoyable for me. A gift from sweet friends.

Not my speed, but well made. Tastes a lot better than it smells. Where the nose is plush and overbearing (the usual jammy Cabernet), it tastes like a bitter and acidic expression of the same fruits. That makes it a little more enjoyable for me. A gift from sweet friends.

Feb 23rd, 2017
Haley Landry

Delicious

Delicious

Dec 29th, 2016
Lynn Onstad

Really liked

Really liked

Sep 6th, 2016
James Re

This is a beautiful and well balanced Cabernet. It presents a deep rich vibrant velvet color releasing a sent that I'd say is almost perfect. It rises from the glass just a slight bit jammy upfront with black fruits, cherries, vannilla and some mild oak, not really complex but amazing as it is. First taste reveals blackberries, dark cherries and blueberries. After sipping on it for a bit(about an hour in) I pull out a some baking spices and crushed bay leaf. It's a little more earthy now I'd say. It's body is medium +. Tannins are silky. Mild-medium acidity. It has a nice long relaxed finish. I drank this one quite late in the day and ended having the rest the next day, it got even smoother. It's a prefect wine to go with a savory meal made up of red meats or even hearty root vegtable based soups. This is a go to for a cab, well worth the price.

This is a beautiful and well balanced Cabernet. It presents a deep rich vibrant velvet color releasing a sent that I'd say is almost perfect. It rises from the glass just a slight bit jammy upfront with black fruits, cherries, vannilla and some mild oak, not really complex but amazing as it is. First taste reveals blackberries, dark cherries and blueberries. After sipping on it for a bit(about an hour in) I pull out a some baking spices and crushed bay leaf. It's a little more earthy now I'd say. It's body is medium +. Tannins are silky. Mild-medium acidity. It has a nice long relaxed finish. I drank this one quite late in the day and ended having the rest the next day, it got even smoother. It's a prefect wine to go with a savory meal made up of red meats or even hearty root vegtable based soups. This is a go to for a cab, well worth the price.

Jan 22nd, 2016
Jace Frenzy

The nose is incredible. Fruity, jammy, spicy, vanilla, blueberry pie with buttery crust. Palate is silky with soft tannins and notes of vibrant red and black fruit, cherries, blackberries and dates. Slight herbal undertones of bay leaf and thyme. Oak presence intensifies after an hour or so. This is Thanksgiving in a glass. The short finish is balanced with black fruits and savory herbs. Really tasty, easy drinking Cab that's a nice change of pace from a traditional Cab.

The nose is incredible. Fruity, jammy, spicy, vanilla, blueberry pie with buttery crust. Palate is silky with soft tannins and notes of vibrant red and black fruit, cherries, blackberries and dates. Slight herbal undertones of bay leaf and thyme. Oak presence intensifies after an hour or so. This is Thanksgiving in a glass. The short finish is balanced with black fruits and savory herbs. Really tasty, easy drinking Cab that's a nice change of pace from a traditional Cab.

Jan 18th, 2016
Robert Vance

One of the best Merlots I've had in a long time

One of the best Merlots I've had in a long time

Jan 12th, 2016