Heitz Cellar

Martha's Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

9.31134 ratings
9.3365 pro ratings
Napa Valley, California, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon
Top Notes For
Greg Gregory

OMG this bottle gave new meaning to the minty characteristics this wine is known for. Perfect bottle and truly a worthy contender against any first growth. Refined, structured, and elegant. Find one, drink it.

OMG this bottle gave new meaning to the minty characteristics this wine is known for. Perfect bottle and truly a worthy contender against any first growth. Refined, structured, and elegant. Find one, drink it.

Jan 15th, 2019
Bryce Bannatyne

New Jersey Sales Representative Martin Scott Wines, Ltd

9.4

#magnumlyfe #1992 #marthasvineyard

#magnumlyfe #1992 #marthasvineyard

Dec 21st, 2018
Ara Aslanian

Beautiful wine, still has plenty of potential. Amazing to drink by itself,

Beautiful wine, still has plenty of potential. Amazing to drink by itself,

Nov 26th, 2018
Chris McClellan

Wow..had this wine a few times now...deep purple still...some leather, tobacco, mod tannins, and great acid still holding together. Blackcherry. This could easily go another 10 years...

Wow..had this wine a few times now...deep purple still...some leather, tobacco, mod tannins, and great acid still holding together. Blackcherry. This could easily go another 10 years...

Nov 21st, 2018
Shay A
9.5

Part 1 of the final and main event for the Fall WNH. The most spectacular lineup of wines I’ve ever seen, and an overall wonderful ending to an amazing trip with fantastic people.

One of my contributions. I think I surprised myself at claiming it needed 30-45mins of air as well as needing to be brought down from room temp to closer to cellar temp. This is a gorgeous wine, and a wonderful creation from the Heitz team. Underripe black fruit and plum on the nose, giving way to an herbal/earthy blackberry pie note. Seamless and well balanced on the palate showing red and black fruit, dark cocoa dusted bay leaf and older fig. A touch of their signature eucalyptus on the finish. Many years to go.

Part 1 of the final and main event for the Fall WNH. The most spectacular lineup of wines I’ve ever seen, and an overall wonderful ending to an amazing trip with fantastic people.

One of my contributions. I think I surprised myself at claiming it needed 30-45mins of air as well as needing to be brought down from room temp to closer to cellar temp. This is a gorgeous wine, and a wonderful creation from the Heitz team. Underripe black fruit and plum on the nose, giving way to an herbal/earthy blackberry pie note. Seamless and well balanced on the palate showing red and black fruit, dark cocoa dusted bay leaf and older fig. A touch of their signature eucalyptus on the finish. Many years to go.

Nov 13th, 2018
Ben Spicer

From Mag

From Mag

Oct 28th, 2018
Bill Bender

Special night at the ghost table at Muriel’s in New Orleans French Quarter. Dark cassis fruit, loads of viscosity and depth, rather than the usual eucalyptus I identified bay leaf, a pine quality and menthol.

Special night at the ghost table at Muriel’s in New Orleans French Quarter. Dark cassis fruit, loads of viscosity and depth, rather than the usual eucalyptus I identified bay leaf, a pine quality and menthol.

Oct 19th, 2018
Greg Gregory

Not as good as past bottles, but still a beautiful wine.

Not as good as past bottles, but still a beautiful wine.

Sep 16th, 2018
Charles Antin

Senior Wine Specialist/Auctioneer Zachys

9.3

Pure menthol and eucalyptus. So unique.

Pure menthol and eucalyptus. So unique.

Aug 8th, 2018
Martin G Rivard

The last time I had one of these was at a Wine Nerd Heard event when we side a vertical tasting of the 70,74 & 85. The 05 was so good that we killed 2 bottles πŸ™ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™Œ

The last time I had one of these was at a Wine Nerd Heard event when we side a vertical tasting of the 70,74 & 85. The 05 was so good that we killed 2 bottles πŸ™ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™Œ

Aug 4th, 2018