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Silver Oak 2016 Napa Cabernet

  • 94 Points - Wilfred Wong
  • Socially Rated 4+ / 5 ⭐

One of the best vintages coming from Napa Valley's world famous Silver Oak. A four decade old winery that has helped Napa Valley establish itself as the finest wine producing region in the world. Don’t miss the Final Case!

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ABOUT THIS WINE
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Our 2016 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is comprised of 78.9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 3.5% Cabernet Franc, 2.3% Petit Verdot and 0.3% Malbec. In early 2017, the final blend was transferred to American oak barrels from our cooperage, The Oak, where it aged for 24 months. Of these barrels, 84% were new, providing a layered expression of bay leaf, coconut and vanilla to our wine. Blending before barrel aging—a signature of our winemaking style—allows blends to be based on the inherent qualities of their vineyard components before oak influence. Vintage to vintage, the resulting Cabernets emerge integrated and ready to drink upon release.

Blend: 78.9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 3.5% Cabernet Franc, 2.3% Petit Verdot, & .3% Malbec

Alcohol: 14.2%
94 POINTS - "This shows up with generous aromas and flavors of blackcurrant, dill, coconut, and oak." - Wilfred Wong
Deep ruby in color, the 2016 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is an opulent wine with notes of cassis, ripe raspberry, toasted coconut and shiitake mushroom. This wine has a rich entry, depth through the mid-palate, great structure without being heavy and exceptional length on the finish. Fresh cherry flavors balanced with floral notes and a subtle hint of black pepper add a beautiful complexity. Plush tannins lend to its ageworthiness. Given proper cellaring conditions, this wine will show beautifully through 2040.
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