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2004 Cabernet Sauvignon

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SKU: 04CSNV
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Already beginning to mellow, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon features soft, silky tannins that are luscious on your palate. Although smooth and well-balanced in its youth, this wine shows complexity that will allow it to age for many years to come.

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2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Specs
Vintage
2004
Varietal
Cabernet Sauvignon
Appellation
Napa Valley
Harvest Date
September 4 - 20, 2004
Aging
Aged in new and used (50/50) French oak by Seguin-Moreau and Taransaud for 18 months Medium toast
Alcohol %
13.9
Winemaker Notes
An exceptional Cabernet; a depth of earth, spice, and fruit layered with natural flavors creates a wine that is particularly harmonious and compelling. The nose exemplifies notes of black currant, cassis, black cherry, cedar, anise, and smoky black tea. The well-balanced earthiness of the wine reflects the natural LMR terroir, full of forest floor, peat, and dried herbs. Already beginning to mellow, the soft, silky tannins are luscious on your palate. Although smooth and well-balanced in its youth, this wine shows complexity that will allow it to age for many years to come. - Ashley Heisey
Food Pairing Notes
Excellent with grass-fed Highland beef, lamb, or roasted game
Tasting Notes
“The wine has a beautiful, complex briary nose with aromas of blackberry, fresh thyme, tart cherry and leather. Its intense perfume keeps drawing you back to the glass by the nose. Imagine it paired with crisp skin of squab, wild and jasime rice with dried cranberries and toasted almonds, winter baby roots, squab-cabernet jus.”
—Vincent Nattress, Executive Chef, Meadowood Napa Valley

"This Cabernet is deep and rich with dark cherry flavors and hints of tobacco and dark chocolate. Wonderful when paired with braised beef shoulder from Long Meadow Ranch."
—Todd Humphries, Chef & Co-Owner, Martini House
Other Notes
2,750 cases