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Burgess 2015 Napa Cabernet

  • 93 Points - Vinous
  • 90 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

A deep dark ruby color cab sourced from the western & eastern slopes of Howell Mt. Complex notes of black currants, cassis, violets & herbs with a hint of cherry. Light barrel spice and cedar aromas. Soft, lush mouthfeel, with rich texture & tannins.

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About This Wine
The Burgess Cellars' hillside vineyards are on the steep slopes of Howell Mountain. The various exposures result in grapes that complement one another and build a complex and delicious wine. Soils range from volcanic ash to rocky marine sediments, this, combined with mature vines and skilled wine making give us a complex and elegant wine. Fermented in stainless steel. Aged 22 months in 15% new French Oak Barrique, 85% neutral French Oak Barrique.

Blend: 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot, & 2% Malbec

Alcohol: 14.5%
93 POINTS - "The 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley) is absolutely delicious. Ripe, radiant and seductive, the 2015 is going to be nearly impossible to resist young. Even so, there is plenty of structural underpinning beneath all of the fruit. Sweet floral notes develop in the glass, adding lift, but above all else, the 2015 is a wine of textural voluptuousness, all in a silky, mid-weight style that is hugely appealing." - Vinous

90 POINTS - "Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon is scented of baked berries, mulberries and kirsch with hints of espresso, black soil and tree bark. Full, rich and spicy in the mouth with slightly hard, chewy tannins, it finishes long and earthy." - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Gorgeous black fruit, gravel, violets, black cherry, anise, juicy palate with nice stucture and velvety tannins along with chocolate flavors. Finishes with very elegant bittersweet tannins.
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