Hundred Acre Vineyard

Few and Far Between Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

9.584 ratings
9.316 pro ratings
Napa Valley, California, 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
Alex Lallos

Owner No Limit Fine Wines, Private Wine Consultant

9.5

Yummy. Defined by clean ripe fruit. Pure velvet. Dark and rich. One of the best hundred acre I’ve tried. Perfect age

Yummy. Defined by clean ripe fruit. Pure velvet. Dark and rich. One of the best hundred acre I’ve tried. Perfect age

Jan 28th, 2020
Whitney Bouck

A near perfect wine...smooth and elegant, full bodied with very mellow tannins. A soft finish. Very elegant and totally delicious.

A near perfect wine...smooth and elegant, full bodied with very mellow tannins. A soft finish. Very elegant and totally delicious.

Feb 18th, 2019
Shay A
9.8

Yup. This happened. My first Hundred Acre and I believe this is the highest rated wine I've posted on here. Last night was the monthly WTF wine group meeting that focused on whites and lighter reds. After most everyone left, Kobi busted this bad boy out!

WOW. If I had to describe this wine in one word, it would be elixir. At pop and pour, this wine was alive with a rush of blue and black fruits, sandalwood and liqueur. As a 2010, the tannins were still very present but in no way harsh. Stunning texture and weight on the palate...toasted oak, milk chocolate, espresso and blueberry explosion. The finish went on for a minute plus. We drank from the decanter over the next hour and all the elements above just increased in intensity.

Who knows when I'll get to try another Hundred Acre (won't be opening mine for a while), but I'll be stoked whenever I get to revisit this amazing wine again.

Yup. This happened. My first Hundred Acre and I believe this is the highest rated wine I've posted on here. Last night was the monthly WTF wine group meeting that focused on whites and lighter reds. After most everyone left, Kobi busted this bad boy out!

WOW. If I had to describe this wine in one word, it would be elixir. At pop and pour, this wine was alive with a rush of blue and black fruits, sandalwood and liqueur. As a 2010, the tannins were still very present but in no way harsh. Stunning texture and weight on the palate...toasted oak, milk chocolate, espresso and blueberry explosion. The finish went on for a minute plus. We drank from the decanter over the next hour and all the elements above just increased in intensity.

Who knows when I'll get to try another Hundred Acre (won't be opening mine for a while), but I'll be stoked whenever I get to revisit this amazing wine again.

1 person found it helpfulMar 29th, 2017
Martin G Rivard

Another Jayson Woodbridge masterpiece! Opulent dark fruit., a nose you can smell from across the room and what a full lush mouthfeel. Winner., winner chicken dinner! Or all by itself would be just as good!!

Another Jayson Woodbridge masterpiece! Opulent dark fruit., a nose you can smell from across the room and what a full lush mouthfeel. Winner., winner chicken dinner! Or all by itself would be just as good!!

Jun 24th, 2016
Martin G Rivard

2011 few and far between Cabernet.
This was a great way to come over the top of the 07 Shiraz. WOTN between the 2.

2011 few and far between Cabernet.
This was a great way to come over the top of the 07 Shiraz. WOTN between the 2.

May 7th, 2016
Max Thieriot

Co-Founder of Senses Wines

9.8

Wow. That's all

Wow. That's all

May 8th, 2015
Katherine Bordelon

Court of Master Sommelier Guild member

9.9

Always a show off. Beautiful wine from our friends at Hundred Acre.

Always a show off. Beautiful wine from our friends at Hundred Acre.

Mar 2nd, 2015
Trey Burton

Bold and heavy... happy New Years

Bold and heavy... happy New Years

Jan 1st, 2020
Blair Campomizzi

A little smoky initially but the dark fruit did show through. A little cab franc added some spice.

A little smoky initially but the dark fruit did show through. A little cab franc added some spice.

Sep 27th, 2019
Ryan Breen

Aromatics of dark fruit. Taste: licorice, menthol, tobacco. Medium tannins that help an iron linger with strong alcohol. Incredible wine de force.

Aromatics of dark fruit. Taste: licorice, menthol, tobacco. Medium tannins that help an iron linger with strong alcohol. Incredible wine de force.

Mar 22nd, 2019