Myriad Cellars

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

9.47 ratings
9.43 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
Patrick Derdeyn

Looked back at my note from a few weeks ago and it captures it perfectly. As @Leah Smith would say it just has that “Mike Smith Magic”. So true.

Looked back at my note from a few weeks ago and it captures it perfectly. As @Leah Smith would say it just has that “Mike Smith Magic”. So true.

Oct 29th, 2018
Patrick Derdeyn

Popped In anticipation of this weeks release. These are just ridiculously good and they always show a certain characteristic that is immediately identifiable as Myriad, the best way I can describe it is “weightless”. The wine glides over the palate like pure liquid velvet with everything in great balance. Rich dark fruit, ever present acidity, a kiss of oak, and tannins that have already softened a bit at this early stage.

Popped In anticipation of this weeks release. These are just ridiculously good and they always show a certain characteristic that is immediately identifiable as Myriad, the best way I can describe it is “weightless”. The wine glides over the palate like pure liquid velvet with everything in great balance. Rich dark fruit, ever present acidity, a kiss of oak, and tannins that have already softened a bit at this early stage.

Aug 5th, 2018
Isaac Pirolo

I’m completely ashamed to say this is my first Myriad. Maybe I can hide it in a second post after midnight on a Saturday night.

Anyways, in terms of Napa Valley economics, $65 for this is a ridiculously absurd deal. Mocha, cassis, currant, with grilled meat, and it’s all tightly woven together with Rutherford Dust. Balance. Length. Savoriness.

What’s hard to articulate in a tasting note, though, is the incredible flavor intensity. This is wine in HD and Surround Sound. My man crush on
@Mike Smith has reached new heights. Do yourself a favor and signup for the mailing list at myriadcellars.com

I’m completely ashamed to say this is my first Myriad. Maybe I can hide it in a second post after midnight on a Saturday night.

Anyways, in terms of Napa Valley economics, $65 for this is a ridiculously absurd deal. Mocha, cassis, currant, with grilled meat, and it’s all tightly woven together with Rutherford Dust. Balance. Length. Savoriness.

What’s hard to articulate in a tasting note, though, is the incredible flavor intensity. This is wine in HD and Surround Sound. My man crush on
@Mike Smith has reached new heights. Do yourself a favor and signup for the mailing list at myriadcellars.com

Aug 5th, 2018
TheSkip

Hey @Delectable Wine, this is my #1 wine of the year. Just sayin.

Hey @Delectable Wine, this is my #1 wine of the year. Just sayin.

Jan 1st, 2019
Paul Treadway Huntington Beacher Bum

Came in last week, finally blew off the dust & opened one.
Wine Advocate 91 seems a little low for me. I thought it was better than Cross Barn by Hobbs & Vineyard 29 Cru.

Came in last week, finally blew off the dust & opened one.
Wine Advocate 91 seems a little low for me. I thought it was better than Cross Barn by Hobbs & Vineyard 29 Cru.

Nov 4th, 2017
David Suna

David had this 5 months ago

David had this 5 months ago

Sep 1st, 2018
Tim McCarthy

Tim had this 7 months ago

Tim had this 7 months ago

Jun 29th, 2018